A charming home with a unique story to tell. Located in the center of Georgetown, 619 Prince St. was 1 of 4 Victorian homes built in 1894 to be used as overflow for guests staying at the hotel across the street (the hotel building has a fantastic historical story to tell also, but will save for another day). These homes were referred to as the "Sisters" and 3 remain with much of the Victorian style and details, but 1 became a parking lot. Located in the center of activity, just 1 block from Front St., 3 lots from the old court house designed by Robert Mills, the architect of the Washington Monument, and across the street from the old Masonic Temple, a Bed and Breakfast, and a revolutionary era home. It has been divided for quite sometime into 2 apartments, one up and one down, under the present owners. Each apartment has 2 bedrooms and front and back entrances. The Georgetown area itself offers diverse cultural, recreational, culinary, educational, and religious opportunities. It was established in the early 1700's and has homes dating back to the 1737. The neighborhood has the feel of earlier times and residents are able to walk or golf cart to restaurants, boutiques, museums, churches, and parks. Five marinas can accommodate boats of all sizes. Five rivers converge ( Waccamaw, Black, Sampit, and Santee) to form Winyah Bay (a part of the intracoastal water system) offering fresh and saltwater fishing skiing, sailing and beauty unmatched. Come for a visit and stay a lifetime.
46A Georgetown Area--includes city of Georgetown
Historic District of Georgetown
Electricity Available, Sewer Available, Water Available, Cable Available, Natural Gas Available, Phone Available
Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Range, Washer
City Lot, Rectangular, Flood Zone
|Price Reduced from $395,000 to $375,000|
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