This is a classic example of a Charleston Victorian home, while tax records indicate being built in 1930 it is probably closer to 1890 being part of ''Wilson's Farm''. This home has been well maintained to show most of its original architectural features while adding modern conveniences. Greeted outside by double Piazza's painted in Charleston ''Haint Blue'', they provide wonderful outdoor living space and upstairs includes a bench swing. Inside in the foyer you will see the Heart Pine flooring that is used throughout the home and notice the soaring ceilings and the beadbaord with chair railing used throughout as well. Downstairs you'll find the large LR with fireplace and lots of natural light you'll notice as another theme throughout the home.