313 Evans Street
Built in 1908, this gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath historic home was set for demolition after a tree fell through the back half during Hurricane Michael in October of 2018. Private, preservation-minded investors at Killer Investments purchased the home, nicknamed it Lil Gray, and are currently restoring it back to its former beauty with careful attention to historical details. You simply must see this home yourself to appreciate it’s spacious, light-filled rooms. The top floor has 10 foot ceilings, but the bottom floor boasts 12 foot ceilings! The original pressed metal roof on both the original portion of the home and the original two car garage (with walk up loft!) is likely nearing its 100th birthday, but it has been rigorously inspected, has no leaks, and is being sealed to ensure it stays that way. Brand new, high-end pressed metal shingles are being used on the recent addition to ensure historical accuracy. The bottom floor contains a jewel box of a powder room tucked away under the stairs, while the upstairs guest bath holds the original clawfoot tub. The tub will truly shine with all new polished nickel hardware! The roofline was raised in the addition to accommodate a brand new master bath where once was just a small, dark closet. Now, cathedral-like ceilings and a wall of windows set the stage for a free-standing, insulated soaking tub with rainfall shower head. His and Hers vanities, a separate WC, and additional walk-in closet complete the Master Suite. Beneath all the beauty, there is all new plumbing and electrical throughout.
This charming Victorian located in the beautiful downtown Historic District of Bainbridge will be the only turn-key historic home in town, and will be listed for sale upon completion… stay tuned for updates!