Set in the heart of the historic district, The Georgian House is one of Annapolis oldest homes. Built in 1747 (tax records shows 1704) and frequented by many influential members of society, including signers of the Declaration of Independence, the home features many modern upgrades yet retains every bit of its old world elegance. Step from the cobblestone street onto original red pine flooring in the gracious entry hall flanked by parlor, living and dining rooms, country kitchen, mudroom, office and main level bedroom suite. Five bedrooms and Five gleaming tile bathrooms feature sixteen-inch walls that evoke the atmosphere of a romantic retreat. Two of the lofty bedrooms are nestled in the rafters with the original, exposed wood beams making this house a walk through time. The intimate garden features brick patio, mature trees, wisteria arbor, and well-maintained landscaping. Conveniently located moments away from the State Capitol building, Naval Academy, Annapolis City Marina, and Annapolis Yacht Club, plus historic attractions and bustling Main Street social scene. Owners have invested over $250,000 in upgrades, including sprinkler system, heating and air conditioning systems, exterior shutters, and much, much more. Turnkey, fully licensed bed and breakfast business sold separately.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Executive.