It’s possible that the home gets torn down, in which case someone might only be interested in the village property’s land value, which offers proximity Main Street and is about 2 miles north of the ocean at Cryder Beach.
The interiors offer an open floorplan, high ceilings, skylights, and a wood-burning fireplace. While the kitchen will likely need a total gut, the living room already has white walls and hardwood floors, which will make it easier to update.
The home is nearly 200 years old, having been originally built in 1820. While it’s been renovated and restored, some of the older features can still be found throughout the home, including wide-plank flooring and the six fireplaces.