Welcome to the charming Allen-Woodward House (circa 1886), the 2015 recipient of the Historic Wilmington Foundation’s “Preservation Award for Rehabilitation” and one of the featured homes on the “Doors of Wilmington” postcard. It’s located 3 short blocks from the riverfront in the Historic District of downtown Wilmington. It includes rare off-street parking with a carport secured behind a remote-controlled gated access. Many updates have been made, including new exterior paint (2019), a new roof (2018), new HVAC (2015), and elevator (2015). The home maintains its original historic charm through extensive woodwork and attention to detail throughout. It features 7 fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, and heart pine flooring. The HVAC is gas downstairs and heat pump upstairs. On the first floor is the living room and gourmet kitchen, which has a gas cooktop, and built-in wall oven and microwave (stainless steel). The master suite is on the second floor and features a sitting room, walk-in closet, Jacuzzi tub, and dual vanity. This home could be 3 or 4 bedrooms (4th bedroom doesn't have a closet). The property also has a 2-story carriage house with a second-floor bedroom. The total sq.ft. is 663 (both floors are livable), but the ceiling height downstairs is shy of the 7ft requirement, so sq.ft. must be represented as 332 sq.ft. This property is located within walking distance of area shops, activities, and dining (both casual and fine).
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