Presented for sale is the first home built in the Shore Acres community on Harbor Island. 121 Live Oak Drive was completed in 1928 as the 'Shore Acres Model Home' and designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. This historically designated structure retains an integrity of design, workmanship, materials, and serves as a reminder of the more modest beginnings that Wrightsville Beach was founded on. The interior features a bungalow type floorplan. Large covered front patio opens into a spacious living room. Beautiful original hardwood floors, original moldings, and two panel doors flow throughout. French doors lead into the dining area which spills into the rear kitchen. Three generous sized bedrooms, one full bath. The home sits on an oversized lot and a half, one of the largest lots on South Harbor Island, affording excellent parking and highly sought green space. South Harbor Island is the areas premiere residential neighborhood. Just a wedge shot away lies water access to launch a paddleboard or kayak. Fish from the bank or enjoy another spectacular sunset. The best of the coastal lifestyle awaits the next owner, ready to take 121 Live Oak Drive into another chapter of island living.
Listing courtesy of Hardee Hunt & Williams.
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