This gracious home was built by River Pilot Julius Weeks in 1896 and provides the perfect combination of historic integrity and modern finishes and conveniences. The home retains historic charm through details including original pine flooring, the tin ceiling in the living room, and Southport Bows throughout. Located in the heart of the Yacht Basin neighborhood in Southport this home features a large open living-dining-kitchen area that opens to the screened porch. This porch overlooks a beautifully landscapped private backyard. The gourmet kitchen is spacious and there’s a big island with seating making it an inviting spot for guests to enjoy. Appliances include luxury Dacor gas cooktop and oven and warming tray. The oversized Primary Bedroom features include a custom wet bar with wine fridge and a large ensuite bath with walk-in shower plus spa tub. The bedroom leads to a private porch overlooking the well manicured landscaping in the back yard. The lot runs from Moore St. to Brunswick St., a charming alley known to Southport natives as Tin Pan Alley. The home’s detached garage is located here and there’s room for parking also. Over the garage the Crofter includes a full bath and kitchenette for your guests. You will love the many outdoor living spaces especially the welcoming wide rocking chair front porch. There is so much to love about this special home!
Updated on March 4, 2021 at 5:04 pm