The Fisher House, circa 1921, was meticulously taken apart and renovated starting in 2006. Over the course of the year the owner transformed this 2900 sq feet run-down bungalow into the 4200+ square foot masterpiece that it is today. This combines early 20th century charm with modern day features including updated electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems. Take for example that each of the original windows were painstakingly rebuilt. Save energy with the 80 gallon solar powered water heater. Brand new roof with TPO liner! State of the art kitchen with marble counter tops and GE Commercial Gas Range. The entire interior and exterior was recently painted, all carpet is new and two of the downstairs bedrooms feature en-suite full baths making it perfect for guests. If entertaining is your thing, the wet bar and 38x20 bonus room currently being used as a music studio will certainly meet your needs. The outdoor space is generous and low maintenance. Storage shed and sub-grade wine cellar a plus. Truly one of the best examples of a Historic Restoration with a modern twist in all of Carolina Heights and Winoca. Walk to Burnt Mill Park, New Hanover High School, The Soda Pop District and more.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty.
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