Circa 1858 Historical District Home, a rare opportunity to own a piece of Anderson’s history.
Stately Antebellum Wilhite House was built by Dr. Philip Wilhite, famous for using ether for the first time as an anesthesia for surgery.
The home has a desirable location enabling sidewalk access to downtown social and business activities.
Attention to detail with extensive moldings throughout, hardwood flooring, bead board ceilings/walls (some heights 10’+), eight fireplaces (decorative), two magnificent front and rear staircases, chandeliers, and claw foot tubs all reflect the opulence of the era.
Modern conveniences abound with granite counter tops, stainless appliances, breakfast room, walk in showers, double vanities and an amply sized laundry.
Unique feature for a 100+ year old home is the full bedroom and bathroom on the first floor.
Galley style kitchen is oversized at almost 500 square feet, large workspace area and walk in panty.
Formal living and dining rooms, a beautiful parlor/music room and and guest half bath complete the main floor living space.
Second floor location for owners suite as well as 3 additional bedrooms; all with private full bathrooms.
Two bedrooms require accessing through one to reach other; perfect for play area, home office or care worker.
Master bedroom finishes are stunning with its’ sitting area, detailed wood ceiling and a deep soaking tub.
Loft lounging area gives one access to an exterior balcony overlooking McDuffie Street.
Home finished with large windows, custom window treatments and abundant natural light throughout.
Exterior areas have additional sitting areas with large patio and wrap around porch.
Home is surrounded by stately trees and a wrought iron fence.
Home being sold complete with all furniture, appliances and furnishings.
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