After a major refurbishment project, a two-story Victorian home in the King William Historic District has hit the market for $1.9 million.
The early 1900s property's recent renovation has outfitted it with coffered ceilings, sleek and modern chandeliers and an open floor plan. As could be expected, the original hardwood floors have been restored, as has the facade's elegant millwork.
As an added bonus for entertainers, though, the five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath property features a couple of unique wine-storage locations along with multiple wet bars.
A refrigerated walk-in wine room includes wall brackets for storing bottles, and there's even a separate wine-storage area set into the floor with a see-through surface over top.
This home is listed by Austin Geyer
with JBGoodwin Realtors.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.