Own a part of Southport history and enjoy expansive views of the Cape Fear River. According to The Acrchitecture of Southport by Carl Lounsbury, this property probably dates from the very early 19th Century and is likely the oldest surviving home in Southport. Know as the Walker-Pyke house, this gracious and historically significant home features 2 large living areas, a separate dining room, kitchen, a brick floored sunroom, 3 bedrooms and 2 &1/2 baths. Heart of pine flooring and 6 fireplaces provide just some of the historic charm. The kitchen features Thermador range and Sub-Zero refrigerator. The sunroom overlooks a fenced courtyard with koi pond and fountain, a brick grill and a storage building. There is a fireplace in the master bedroom and the ensuite master bath featrues include another fireplace, claw foot tub and walk in shower. Additional features include in wall central vacuum, and irrigation for landscaping. Watch the ships, sailboats and shrimp boats and enjoy views of both the Bald Head and Oak Island lighthouses from your Southport home.
Listing courtesy of Margaret Rudd & Associates, Inc., Realtors.
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