There is something special about this property. It evokes a summer place in the country, yet within 3 blocks one finds the town square, the library, the arts center, restaurants, a drug store with a soda fountain, ice cream parlor, coffee shops, playhouse theater, parks, tennis courts and boutiques. It would be hard to find a more picturesque village center than the blocks around 115 W 3rd South Street. This is a superb walking location. The circa 1861 house has that wonderful patina that endows historic houses with irreplaceable warmth. High beadboard ceilings, heart pine floors, four fireplaces, and handsome woodwork have been carefully preserved. Recently, the kitchen was completely redesigned with ship lap, pine cupboards and lively painted floor. Restored with rich, historic colors and appropriate sensitivity for the Greek Revival period, all rooms are spacious and light, including a grand entrance hall that sets the standard for the rest of the house. Tall, original pocket doors and several sets of French doors open the rooms, or easily adjust for privacy and quiet. Excellent outdoor space includes the large wraparound entry porch, a sun deck off of the kitchen, a bricked courtyard, a carport and workshop, and over a third of an acre of land. The garden is filled with a variety of hydrangeas, azaleas, berry bushes and fruit trees including blueberry, satsuma, pomegranate, grapefruit, loquat, and lime. 115 W 3rd S is truly the best of both worlds, a lovely retreat in the heart of the historic downtown district. ***Huge attic could be converted to extra square footage. Magazine article featuring the house, floorplan, and Summerville Arts and Music Calendar in documents.