This lovely ''Colonial Revival'' home was originally built in 1889 by Captain Frederick Heinz and used as an ice cream ''saloon'' until 1895 until the property was turned into a rental. Although, built in 1895, the home has an open layout yet can also provide privacy with two 8 foot pocket doors that can be closed. Both the living room , the dining room, and sitting room have fireplaces. A beautiful bay window in the living room overlooks the front porch and street. All windows have Plantation Shutters. The beautiful trim and architectural detail as well as heart pine floors add elegance and warmth to the space. The large kitchen has an abundance of cabinets and counter space with a huge island. There are French doors that open to the walled garden and patio which provides a lovely view from the kitchen. Not to be missed is the charming half bathroom off the foyer. The master bedroom is light filled and spacious. Step out onto the balcony and enjoy watching the activity of White Point Gardens and The Battery or just read a book. The master bath has both his and hers vanities, a walk in closet, a water closet, and a glass walled shower with mosaic tiles. The second bedroom is large with two closets and a fireplace. There is another full bathroom on the second level as well as stackable washer and dryer located in a hall. There is another room that is currently used as a sitting room. The third floor provides a third bedroom and a full bathroom. There is a shared driveway between 38 and 40 with gated parking for each property.
Listing courtesy of Carolina One Real Estate.