Imagine Downtown Raleigh in the year of 1915; automobiles were still in their infancy and the sounds of horse and buggies clattering down cobblestone streets was commonplace. This home at 310 N. East Street was brand new then and is just as charming 104 years later! Upon arrival, you're greeted by a covered front porch and a National Register of Historic Places plaque. Open the solid wood front door and once inside you'll immediately notice the tall ceilings, original hardwood floors and the natural light that graces the living spaces. A sprawling, 15x14 family room shares a back-to-back fireplace with a formal dining room. A conveniently-located kitchen features copious amounts of cabinetry, exposed dark wooden shelves, a farmhouse style sink and brand new flooring. The bathroom has been treated to a retro-style rejuvenation with new fixtures, medicine cabinet and flooring, but it retains the timeless, original clawfoot tub. The master bedroom measures a whopping 15x13 and a wall of shelving (no closet). Don't miss the private, shaded backyard that is equally perfect for summer evening parties or lounging in a hammock!
Historic Home: This charming home is on the National Register of Historic Places
Availability: Available for immediate occupancy
Parking: Ample street parking as well as a brick parking pad for a smaller vehicle
No Carpet: Original hardwoods and vinyl throughout - no carpet anywhere
Lease Term: 12 month minimum lease term, longer term leases available
Location: Amazing, urban locale minutes from Fayetteville Street, Glenwood South and more