If you have been searching for a historic home with character but that lives well for today’s lifestyles, you will find it at 214 Prince St. With almost 4,000 square feet of space on four levels, this home built in 1787 on Old Town’s distinguished Gentry Row will surprise and delight. The location is unmatched, just one block away from shops, restaurants, and the river. There are twelve-foot ceilings, 7 working fireplaces (3 gas), antique heart of pine floors, paneled moldings, and raised paneled wainscoting. Perfectly restored, renovated and expanded one enters this home to find a gracious living room followed by an entertainment sized dining room that features a portrait deeded with the house of Mordecai Miller who married the original builder of the home. A large spectacular kitchen completes the entertainment spaces and features two skylights and french doors to the flagstone patio. The light is exceptional for a row home! The upper levels hosts 4 bedrooms with 3.5 baths and a canopied deck. Casual living is completed in the full height lower level. The comfortable family room has half-hewn wood beams, an exercise room, and storage. This is a unique find, a home you will treasure just like everyone homeowner since 1787.
Old Town | Gentry Row