This house, built in 1920, has been substantially renovated. It consists of four bedrooms, a dining room, a large family area, two bathrooms, and a full kitchen. The living space consists of over 2000 square feet. The ceilings are 10 foot, which makes the property seem even larger. The property has a front porch, a side enclosed porch with an adjacent wood deck, and a small deck at the rear of the building which facilitates the rear entrance. If this property is unavailable or you want something smaller check out our other property: vrbo 442643.
The area has a history of railroads, civil rights, artists, television and filmmakers. The property has all of the benefits of downtown Wilmington, being in walking distance of all popular attractions, while residing in a neighborhood that is slightly removed from the intense nightlife, crowd and noise. The property is surrounded by attractive, newly built, mixed use condominuims, but differs from most neighboring residences in that it retains the charm of the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. Its proximity to the Brooklyn Arts Center, St Thomas Preservation Hall and Grace United Methodist Church, popular wedding venues, makes the property particularly attractive for wedding parties. The property is large and is able to sleep more persons than most vacation rentals, making it a less expensive option for large parties who otherwise would occupy several hotel rooms.
Has all of the relaxing feel of living in an earlier era -- perhaps the 1920s -- but with our modern conveniences, including a dishwasher and granite kitchen counter tops. The front porch has a swing which allows one to drink in the activity of N 4th Street. The rooms are open and spacious -- conducive to fellowship. Nearby neighborhood establishments, such as Folks, a coffee shop, and the Goat and Compass, a small neighborhood pub, quickly make one feel a part of the neighborhood.