231 King Street, also known as the James A. Bowley House, is extremely rich with history. James Bowley was the great nephew, of Harriet Tubman, who helped to emancipate Bowley in 1850. Bowley, who was born in Maryland, moved to this location in Georgetown in 1870, where he lived with his wife, Laura Clark, until 1880. The current owner of this historic property, purchased and began extensive renovations in 2018. The lot, which is just under a quarter of an acre, is within the historic district and under the Architectural Review Board (ARB) guidelines for any exterior modifications. The current renovations have been approved by the ARB and are available, along with blue prints, engineering plans, and surveys. This property is unique in that all the exterior changes and repairs have been completed, and the interior is yours to make your own. Current plans include a downstairs master suite with large double closets, ample area for both a tub and walk in shower, an open kitchen, spacious dining room and a large living area. An additional master suite is located on the second floor, as well as a third bedroom and a full hall bath. The third floor has plenty of room for storage, a bonus room or fourth bedroom if needed.
Listing courtesy of Going Coastal Realty , Lauren Call.
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