Welcome to 127 Broad St. This wonderful home was built circa 1920. Though many things have been modernized over time, this old home has lost none of its early 20th century charm. From the numerous fire places, beautiful hard wood flooring, transom windows above most doorways, and the lead fleur-del-lis’ used in the muntin above the entrance door, the details in this home radiate an inviting charm that cannot be replicated in new homes. As you enter, you will notice the abundance of natural lighting from the many windows in the living and dining room. The natural lighting truly helps the gorgeous wood floor shine to its full potential. The living and dining rooms are separated by a wonderful double side, brick fireplace. The large kitchen features a breakfast nook that can easily double as a home office. There is a brick pass through island which was once used as the original stove in the 1920’s. There is a large mud room/laundry room located off the kitchen. There is also a true basement located under the home, a rare feature for the area. The basement would make a wonderful wine cellar. The master suite is located on the first floor. The master features large beautiful bay windows to allow the sun to gently greet you in the morning. There is even a fireplace to keep you warm at night. The master bath features a double vanity, jet tub, and separate shower stall. What really makes the master bedroom special is the spectacular walk-in closet that is large enough to easily store even the largest shopper’s wardrobe. And if that closet isn’t large enough the is a second, smaller walk-in closet. Upstairs you will find two bedrooms, each with their own fireplace. They both share a beautiful hall bath. The hall bath was wonderful hand painted wall finishes. As you walk around the house you will notice a side entrance. This is for the separate apartment attached to the house. Enter the apartment, you walk into a lovely eat in kitchen. Off the kitchen is a large living room with fireplace. The two apartment bedrooms share a full hall bath. This would be great for an in-law suite or for older children to have privacy. Or add a door way or two to connect the apartment back to the main home. After viewing the home, be sure to walk the few steps to Front St and the Harborwalk. You will be amazed at all the new shops and restaurants that have opened over the past few years. All measurements are approximate and should be verified by the purchaser.
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