Circa 1856 Amet Lougarre home has been rescued from the immediate danger it was facing of being lost forever and is looking for the right person to continue its journey. In the last year a 1970’s addition in terrible condition was removed from the home, heavy dormers added in the 1930’s that were pushing down on the front porch were also removed, restructuring and roof decking was done, and a new architectural shingle roof was installed. Entire front porch framing and decking was rebuilt, repairs were done to exterior walls and siding. All Victorian era cypress rails, bracketing and corbels restored and recreated with 100+ year old -Old growth Cypress. Finished off with two fresh coats of historically accurate Sherwin Williams super paint. This solid cypress home was rewired and plumbed in the late 1970s-early 1980’s with copper Romex and copper/PVC. Utilities are on and functioning in the home. 3+ bedrooms and 3 baths. Interior features 3 sets of double mahogany doors in center foyer, staircase room and to rear den and kitchen. Main bedroom and 2 baths downstairs, 2 bedrooms and a bath as well as office/additional living area upstairs. Rear kitchen has custom cabinets and Corian solid surface countertops, Jenn Aire cooktop and grill, double oven, and a warming drawer, in working order. Rear den with fireplace has cypress plank walls, upstairs bedrooms feature pecky cypress plank walls as well. Additional decorative/gas log fireplaces are located in living room and main bedroom. Home will need some updates and repairs to its interior, has older HVAC that has not been tested and 2 older water heaters. Possibilities here for a residence, bed and breakfast, or office/light commercial uses.
Situated on approximately 3/4 of an acre with Oaks, magnolias, Japanese magnolia, 100+ year old Camelia’s, and a Catawba tree. Home is located in a designated Cultural District.