Serving the Greater Philadelphia Region & Jersey Shore
Courtesy of: KELLER WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL
Days On Market: 388
Year Build: 1890
Square Footage: 6,180 Sq ft
Total Baths: 11
Full Baths: 10
Half Baths: 1
Address: 504 S MORRIS ST
Nestled at the head of Oxford Town Creek and docks, just off the Tred Avon River and down the tree-lined street from the Bellevue Oxford Ferry, you'll discover a most amazing historic property. Built circa 1890, this colonial residence is on one of the oldest streets in America. While the rest of the world bustles about elbow to elbow, this is the peaceful enclave of living you've been romanticizing about for years but in your case, it can become a reality! This grand Victorian 6000+ square foot residence boasts 7 large and fully furnished bedrooms and baths, plus a 2 bedroom 2 bath suite with living room and kitchenette, a large office suite, a ballroom sized great room, private dining room, wood plank floors, original tin type ceilings, a culinary master-chef's kitchen, bar, and pantry. When you enter from the extra wide front veranda, your senses will tingle as though you entered a Herman Melville novel maritime tavern and inn. Oxford is the place where James Michner wrote "Chesapeake." Your senses aren't playing tricks on you. With minimum effort, you could re-enliven this wonderful full service Inn into the most magnificent residence on the eastern shore. You would be the bell of the ball around town. Recreate the tradition of glamorous style or continue to operate this grand mansion by giving comfort, food, and drink to weary and grateful travelers the world over. There's only one thing to consider- why are you waiting?
Courtesy of: KELLER WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL Listing information provided courtesy of the Bright MLS. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, and it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. The data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Updated: 1st February, 2023 2:12 AM (UTC)
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