The Giles House, a Historic Wilmington Landmark, was built in 1897. Though this home is equipped with all the luxuries of modern renovations, it still possesses the charm and elegance of Historic Wilmington and includes a separate garage apartment, and ample off-street parking. Like many of the homes from this era, the front foyer leads into a formal sitting room with bay window then flows into a formal dining room; both with 2 of the 6 original fireplaces. Unique to this property is an open kitchen/living room in the center of the home; followed by a butler's nook, laundry and guest suite in the rear. The grand staircase leads upstairs to three spacious bedrooms as well as a bonus sitting room attached to the master suite, complete with full master bath with double sinks, claw foot-tub, separate walk-in shower and large closet. A neighbor-shared driveway escorts you to the rear of the property where you will find parking, garage and studio apartment over the garage. This home is sharp as a tac and unlike many of the homes in downtown Wilmington, all of the desirable renovations have been complete. Schedule a showing today as 321 S 3rd St. will surely impress.
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Sweyer & Associates - Landfall. Selling Office: Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage-Cb.
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