1919. It was a year of big changes in the US. This farmhouse was built during the same time that prohibition was approved and women were granted the right to vote. If these walls could talk, they would boast about the craftsmanship it takes for a home to stand so proudly, for over a century. In the heart of Rocky Point, the historic home looks like a storybook come to life. A two story farmhouse with a turquoise front door is perched atop sprawling green lawn, the one acre property draped in shade from the canopy of trees. The mature trees grant both privacy and beauty on the oldest street in Rocky Point. A full length, covered front porch is begging for a jug of sweet tea, wooden rockers, and laughing friends. Your favorite spot is bound to be the porch swing hanging from the ceiling. Everything about this home is just charming. You can feel the incredible history of it before you even walk through the front doors. At 101 years old, this is the house people are talking about when they say ''they just don't make 'em like this anymore.'' Intricate tongue and groove ceiling details set the tone. Starting with the hanging lantern in the spacious entryway, all the little details point to history. Original hardwood floors span the entire residence, including upstairs under the newer carpet. The entryway is spacious enough to fit a hall-tree to store shoes and jackets. A lantern style pendant hangs from the white wood ceiling. To one side is the staircase and on the other is the sweetest sitting room. The living room features soft blue-grey walls, oversized windows, a planked ceiling, and crown molding. A vintage white-washed brick fireplace and intricate mantle make a gorgeous focal point.
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