A coastal house in Santa Rosa Beach, an antique rowhouse in Savannah and a two-bedroom condominium in Wilmington.
Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. | $1.299 Million
A 2019 house with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, on a 0.2-acre lot
This house is near 30A, a 24-mile span of road along the Gulf Coast that connects Santa Rosa Beach to other popular beach communities, including Rosemary Beach, Seaside and Seacrest. It is less than a mile from a public access point to a beach with white sand and gentle surf, and a 10-minute drive from a Publix supermarket and several casual seafood restaurants.
Pensacola International Airport is about 90 minutes away. Driving to Tallahassee or Mobile, Ala., takes about two and a half hours.
Size: 1,810 square feet
Price per square foot: $718
Indoors: Steps lead up from the front yard to a wide covered porch with a ceiling fan.
The front door opens into a living and dining area with white shiplap walls, bleached oak floors, exposed ceiling beams, a fireplace and access to a screened porch on the side of the house. This space is furnished with a white sofa, a dining table and chairs; like all of the other furnishings, they come with the house.
The adjacent kitchen, which is open to the living and dining area, has a large center island, stainless steel appliances, white cabinetry, open shelves and walls finished in white tile.
The primary suite is off a hallway extending from the kitchen. The bedroom has enough space for a queen-size bed; the bathroom has a double vanity and a soaking tub that sits under backyard-facing windows. A powder room and a laundry room with access to the screened porch are off the same hallway.
Stairs in the living area lead to the other two bedrooms on the second floor, both of which have built-in shelving and closets. They share a bathroom with black-and-white tile floors and a combined tub and shower.
Outdoor space: The screened porch can be reached from the living area, the laundry room or the front porch. It functions as an outdoor living and dining space, with a ceiling fan to combat heat. The front and rear yards are neatly landscaped with grass. A carport offers one covered parking spot; there is room for another car in the driveway.
Taxes: $8,022 (estimated)
Contact: Lisa LaFlure and Anna LaNeve, Scenic Sotheby’s International Realty, 850-685-3408; sothebysrealty.com
Savannah, Ga. | $1.295 Million
A circa 1900 rowhouse with two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest apartment, on a 0.1-acre lot
This house is in the Historic Landmark District, less than a mile from the riverfront. It is a few blocks from Troup Square, a small park, and from the childhood home of Flannery O’Connor, now a museum dedicated to the writer’s life and work. The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, a Gothic Revival church, and Colonial Park Cemetery, established in the 18th century, are three blocks away.
The property is half a mile from the admissions building of Savannah College of Art and Design and within walking distance of other buildings associated with the school. Driving to Charleston takes about two hours. Atlanta is four hours away.
Size: 1,791 square feet
Price per square foot: $723
Indoors: A flight of stairs leads up from the brick sidewalk to the entrance, sheltered by a simple portico.
The front door opens into a foyer with paneled walls and a staircase to the second level. To the right is a living room with street-facing windows and a fireplace that has an imposing marble surround.
Through a wide doorway with original pocket doors is a dining room with a matching marble-clad fireplace. This space is open to an updated kitchen with windows overlooking the back patio, quartzite counters and stainless steel appliances, including an electric range. A powder room is also in this part of the house.
Both bedrooms are on the second floor. The primary bedroom has built-in cabinetry, another marble-clad fireplace and a full bathroom with marble mosaic floors. It shares the bathroom and access to a covered balcony overlooking the neighborhood with the second bedroom.
The guest apartment, which has its own entrance, occupies the ground level. It includes a bedroom and sitting room with exposed-brick walls, a full bathroom and a stacked washer and dryer.
Outdoor space: The brick patio behind the house is enclosed by a wood fence and landscaped with mature trees and garden beds that incorporate an antique bathtub repurposed as a planter. The property comes with off-street parking for two cars.
Taxes: $12,564 (estimated)
Contact: Taavo Roos, Seabolt Real Estate, 912-429-6729; seaboltbrokers.idxbroker.com
Wilmington, Del. | $1.295 Million
A two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in a 1918 mill building converted into a five-unit condominium
This condominium is in a building that sits on Brandywine Creek, with water views from most of the main rooms. It is about 10 minutes from downtown and less than a mile from Delaware Art Museum and Rockford Park, a green space of more than 100 acres with walking trails and an off-leash dog area.
Little Italy and the bustling Trolley Square neighborhood are five minutes away by car. The Amtrak station and Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, focusing on the history of American décor, are 10 minutes away. Driving to Philadelphia takes about 45 minutes.
Size: 2,252 square feet
Price per square foot: $575
Indoors: The apartment’s double front doors open into a long hall with oak floors terminating in an open living space with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony facing the creek.
The sitting area, at the near end of this space, is anchored by a sleek gas fireplace. The kitchen, at the far end, has a large island; glossy black custom-made cabinetry; quartzite counters; stainless steel appliances; a separate wet bar with a wine refrigerator; and access to a walk-in pantry. There is enough space between the kitchen and the sitting area for a dining table and a second lounge area.
The primary suite, off the living area, includes a bedroom with room for a king-size bed; a separate sitting room; a large walk-in closet; two sets of glass doors that open to Juliet balconies; and a bathroom with a walk-in shower.
The other bedroom, off the foyer, has an en suite bathroom with a separate shower room and water closet. Also off the foyer are a home office and a laundry room that can be reached from the primary suite as well.
Outdoor space: The balcony off the living room, overlooking the creek, is shaded by a remote-controlled awning and big enough to hold a small table and chairs. This home comes with two parking spots, as well as storage space in a shared basement.
Taxes: $5,472 (estimated) and a $331 monthly homeowner association fee
Contact: Victoria Dickinson, Patterson-Schwartz, Greenville, 302-429-4500; vdickinsonassociates.com
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