HOME IS AVAILABLE FOR $2,150,000
Circa 1892, this home has withstood the test of time and is now available for purchase for the first time in over 50 years! Known as the Hale-Seabrook house, 202 Pitt Street in one of the Old Village’s most recognizable homes. The dignified 4400 square foot estate is a blend of old and new, and is located just steps from the Pitt Street Shopping district. No historical feature has been removed.
Built by lumberman Harry Hale in 1892 the home was later sold to John G. Seabrook, who recognized its superior quality and vast potential. Mr. Seabrook hired a master carpenter and contractor to renovate the home, which was lifted and repositioned to face Pitt Street. Creating the home’s grand style, he also added the beautiful brick-lined walkway and portico, flanked by four dramatic two-story columns (which were reclaimed from a mill in Marion, SC) topped with a stunning entryway door with curved transom and sidelights. The home has been lovingly maintained and was renovated in 2005 (kitchen/ den, etc) to reflect a modern feel while maintaining the architectural history.
The traditional floor plan features a formal living room, formal dining room, updated kitchen, adjoining den, and guest bedroom on the first floor. The remaining 3 bedrooms are located upstairs, including the master suite and deck overlooking Pitt Street. There is also a finished basement with a second kitchen, built in bar plus garage doors leading to an outdoor kitchen- perfect for entertaining. You will love the traditional antique heart pine flooring, original clear cypress walls, classic crown molding, 10 foot ceilings and more!