The opportunity to own an historic downtown home overlooking Edenton Bay and the Albemarle Sound is RARE! This coveted location is across the street from Queen Anne Park and the waterfront, and affords the owner the pleasure of delightful strolls downtown and incredible bay breezes.
The exquisite Brown-Elliott home, built in 1903, was the first of notable Colonial Revival architect Frank Fred Muth’s residences built in Edenton. This fine home features many characteristics typical of his style including a center hall with featured stairway, and trademark stained glass windows on the landing and front door. Other period details include “fan” style mullions, generous mouldings, 10’ ceilings, and interior transom windows. Hardwood floors are throughout.
The first floor offers large connecting formal living and dining rooms, a kitchen with a dry bar and ice machine, a bedroom suite, and a wonderful family room addition on the rear of the home that was added in 2001. There are four bedrooms upstairs, including a fabulous large master suite. The master bedroom features tray ceilings, a spacious bath and an incredible walk-in closet. A private rear stairway allows easy direct access to the downstairs.
This home boasts a seamless combination of historic character and modern living conveniences, offered in one of Edenton’s finest locations. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity!