Seller says bring all reasonable offers. Mid-Century Modern 3 Bed, 2 Bath home with 2 bed, 1 bath Mother-in-law suite (not counted in heated sq ft of main house) Off street parking, covered breezeway and gated back courtyard. Sits on a corner lot in Brookwood Historic District. The original portion of the main house is This rare Lustron House is a unique mid-century home constructed of enameled steel panels in 1949. This is thought to be one of only two Lustron homes built in Wilmington. These homes were the invention of Carl Strandlund, founder of Lustron Corp. In addition , A sunroom with a sliding glass doors bring in tons of natural light and opens to a lovely fenced in courtyard which provides privacy and relaxation after a long days work. The main house has a covered carport and breezeway that connects to a large detached workshop and additional storage room. Above the storage room is a 2 bedroom 1 bath Mother-in-law suite with wood floors and tongue and groove wooden panel walls. The Mother-in-law suite has a one car off street parking space. Two blocks from Wallace Park. Convenient to downtown and centrally located in Wilmington.
Listing courtesy of Lucas And Associates Realtors Inc.. Selling Office: Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage.
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