Living in Murray Hill, with a walk score of 94, means that you can take advantage of location, location, location. But in addition to the advantages outside the front door, this particular property also has charm within its walls.
A father/son team in Annapolis’ historic district has fully renovated the townhome, completing it in late May. Originally built in 1904 as a speculative house for Joseph R. Wilmer, who owned a boys’ prep school nearby, the property became rental housing until the late 1970s when the home first became owner-occupied.
“The home was almost in disrepair when the current owners bought it, but they saw the potential in it and gave the home the renovations it needed,” said Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Greg Beckman. “Now, it’s a beautiful, bright luxury home in the heart of the Annapolis historic district.”
Investor team Sunrise Management Group, LLC oversaw the home’s renovation, a process lasting 9 months. During the remodel, two full bathrooms were added, bringing the home a total of five bedrooms, three bathrooms and one partial bathroom.
At 3,000-square-feet, the five-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom property offers three levels of living space. Could you see yourself here?
- 63 Franklin Street, Annapolis, MD 21401 [Coldwell Banker Homes]