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GEORGETOWN – Do you remember when you found that?

116 Saint James St, Georgetown

Whether it was your spouse, the vehicle you always dreamed of, or maybe even that dream vacation, there is an uncontrollable feeling that makes your jaw drop, your eyes widen and you stare in admiration. Now, I’m not one of those material things, but this house at 116 Saint James St. in Georgetown could actually be my “one”.

116 Saint James St, Georgetown

More than a century old, this absolutely gorgeous property known as the FM Brickman House is an absolute gem in the historic Georgetown area. The curb shows its timeless architecture with slender white columns, a beautiful, durable stone structure and an elegant wooden door with a half-panel made of beveled glass. The spacious covered porch is an added bonus for entertaining guests.

Open the front door and you will be greeted by the classic stained wooden stairs that lead upstairs. The covers accentuate the detailed ceilings beautifully and two stained glass panes line the doors to the left and right of the foyer.

The spacious dining area offers space for a dining table with eight seats and two china cabinets with floor-to-ceiling curtains that invite plenty of sunlight. An additional dining area has a seating area for six with additional cupboards. The house again has a lovely sitting area with floor to ceiling curtains for the windows that surround and illuminate the room.

116 Saint James St, Georgetown

The kitchen is equipped at the turn of the century with a gas stove and an extractor hood, a small breakfast table and a simple sink with a sink. The closet space is modest and extends over a second kitchen area which also houses a smaller single sink.

The Carolina room is one of the most relaxing I’ve seen on the market in the past six months. This welcoming space is surrounded by windows and inviting, perfect for a good Saturday afternoon book or a large get-together with friends.

The master bedroom is spacious and has four windows and a simple but classic ceiling light.

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The three-bedroom, three-bath home is 300 square feet and is listed by Peace Sotheby’s for $ 995,000.

The master bath is small and is believed to have retained its original design. The stand-up shower, the stool and the sink with a wash basin are surrounded by modern fittings that make it functional and quaint.

116 Saint James St, Georgetown

Step out onto the balcony on the second floor and be mesmerized by the view of the beautiful historic district next to the towering tree in the front yard, which is covered in Spanish moss.

There are so many smaller rooms that add so much charm to this lovely home.

Like many properties before, the backyard stole my heart. The brick terrace and the perfectly landscaped garden offer a whole new appreciation for this property. The covered, screened-in brick patio is an extra gift in this home. But don’t think the goodies end there. The brick outdoor fireplace gives this property a unique touch for any buyer who loves the outdoors.

The courtyard extends even further and includes a lawn and a mother-in-law suite.

I’m not a big gamer, but I’ve played some of the big jackpot lottery games lately. And if I win, you’ll all know my new address: 116 Saint James St. in Georgetown. Just don’t tell my mother-in-law about the suite.

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