Tour a 1904 Queen Anne Home for sale in downtown Wilmington.

WILMINGTON, N.C. (CAPE FEAR WEEKEND) -

It’s 1818...more than 2 hundred years ago...and the Cape Fear Recorder has published quite a headline...

The new house up on the hill built by Mr. William Mckay is for rent!

And it sits on one of the most pleasant and healthy sites in town here on 11 south 5th avenue in Wilmington.

Mr. Mckay moved the original structure slightly and made some changes.

Then in 1838 a doctor James berry also did renovations....requiring a petition to the historic society which we actually still have copies of.

The home went through another major remodel in 1900, this time by Daniel O’Connor...a Wilmington realtor...who paid an impressive 3-thousand 800 dollars for it.

Since then the house has been through several evolutions but each owner has made a deliberate effort to incorporate and preserve parts of the original design.

Including the current owners...who are now onto their next chapter and that means there’s a rare opportunity to take your place in Wilmington’s history.

A special thank you to Casey Roman of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage for showing us this wonderful piece of history.

This beautiful 1904 Victorian Queen Anne Home is located steps away from the Bellamy Mansion in downtown Wilmington. With over 4770 square feet this home is spacious, and meticulously restored. The Kitchen boasts a onyx stone sink, with a separate wet bar with beautiful chandeliers. This home has 7 original fireplaces, leaded glass windows, and 3 sets of pocket doors. This property is a unique find, and truly a marvelous home for new owners.

CURRENT RENOVATION COSTS: MORE THAN $420,000 INCLUDING:

Carrara marble backsplash

6 burner gas stove

built in vintage corner cabinets

custom cabinets

onyx stone sink

walnut and maple countertops

hand scraped exterior wood, repainted

updated systems

a 50 year slate roof

and operational windows

Original to the home and restored:

7 fire places

leaded glass windows

hardwoods

original staircase

pocket doors

glass doorknobs and brass hardware

oversized tubs

push button light switches

iron gate

gas lights fountains

This home is listed by:

Jeffrey G Hovis

Intracoastal Realty Corp