Grand, Antebellum home circa 1835 in Summerville's gorgeous historic district highlighted by a full veranda and draped in old oaks. This residence has been home to noted writers and artists over the years.Sited on nearly an acre lot, the owners built a phenomenal gentleman's workshop that is over 3,000 sq ft. and could be finished off into 2 cottages or used for many crafts. The owners added a long galley kitchen with incredible cabinet and count space. As one of the oldest homes in the FlowerTown, 516 Central has been added onto over the generations and has been recently re-roofed, fully painted interior, and a new HVAC downstairs. Every room in the home is a sumptuous size with high ceilings and phenomenal, original hardwood floors. As a typical "old Summerville" home, one enters from the full front porch into a wide central hall with a flowing entrance into the Drawing Room and the huge Dining Room. Elevated from the street, the home has majestic curb appeal, and one senses that you are going back in time. Doors, trim casings, woodwork are mostly original thru-out. Written about in "Porch Rocker Recollections". This is a must see for the discerning Buyer.
Year Built: 1835
Foundation: Crawl Space
Exterior: Aluminum Siding
Misc Ext: Deck, Porch - Full Front, Some Storm Wnd/Doors, Stoop, Storage/Outbuilding, Workshop
Msc Intr: Ceilings - 9'+, Window Treatments - All, Ceiling - Smooth, Walk-In Closets
Lot Desc: High, Wooded, .5 - 1 Acre
Desclocation: Bedroom, Dining Room, Gas Logs, Great Room, Living Room, Three +
Green: Tankless Water Heater
Stories: 2 Stories
Rooms: Formal Living, Foyer, Great, Media, Office, Separate Dining, Study, Utility
Utilities / HVAC
Heat: Heat Pump
Water Sewer: Public Sewer, Public Water
Courtesy of listing office Miler Properties, Inc.