Welcome home! That’s exactly how you’ll feel as you enter this beautifully restored Queen Ann style home on the picturesque Hughes Street. Local tradition, per the Historic Preservation survey, says that Hughes Street is one of the older streets in Cape May and could have been a cow path on the tavern keeper, Memucan Hughes’s plantation during the Revolutionary War. This property is being currently being used as a single-family property but does maintain it’s duplex zoning with the accessory kitchen on the second floor. You’ll be impressed with all of the outdoor living spaces, attention to detail throughout and full basement that could have many uses. New HVAC throughout the entire property, tankless hot-water heater, refinished original hardwood floors, first floor master bedroom and so much more! New to come is a new refrigerator and dishwasher in the kitchen. The first floor consists of a living room, dining room, master bedroom with attached full bathroom and a walk-in closet. The access to the basement is before you enter the kitchen. At the rear of the property is a family room with a newly added full bathroom. Off the back of the first floor is a deck that overlooks the private back yard. The second floor offers three bedrooms and a hallway bathroom. There’s a laundry closet and the accessory kitchen. Off the kitchen is a very spacious covered deck. The third floor offers 4 bedrooms, a newly remodeled full bathroom and access to the upstairs deck off the back of the house. This home is not located in a flood zone, but the homeowners do maintain flood insurance for $800 a year. Currently being rented as an 8 Bedroom, 4 Bathroom home for $9,000 per week during peak season weeks. This is a contributing property in the Historic District. There is one on street parking spot that is maintained via a yearly parking permit with the City of Cape May.
This listing is provided courtesy of COASTLINE REALTY, LLC
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