Listed on the National Register of Historic places, the Jeremiah Cuttino house located at 702 Prince Street stands on the northeastern corner of Prince and Screen Streets. A coveted location with oak lined streets just a block from the waterfront of historic Seaport Georgetown SC. The original home constructed in 1740 situated directly on the corner features a parlor and den (now dining room) downstairs and two bedrooms and hallway upstairs.
The hand-hewn timbers and hand-wrought rose head nails are indicative of architecture of this era. The 1850 addition remains as does the master bedroom addition in 2007. Original flooring, mantles, moldings, doors, and windows will stir the historical appetite in anyone! The modern conveniences of first floor living spaces, spacious back porch overlooking the perfectly manicured lawn and garden will call you home.
A total of four bedrooms, formal living and dining room, two casual living spaces, one downstairs and one upstairs, three and one half baths, detached workshop or playhouse. The wonderful yard will take you back to the time when Mrs. Alsop owned the property in the early 1900s .Julian Stevenson Bolick writes in his Georgetown Houselore “She is an energetic Gardner and in spite of the small yard has made and laid off one of the most attractive small gardens in town.” Do not wait to see this gem of a property. Truly like no other.
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