Beautifully Renovated 1903 Craftsman Home Asks $699K in Rome, Georgia
$699,000 | Built 1903 | 5 Beds | 3 Baths | 0.1 Acres
Constructed in 1903 and showcasing a beautiful and unique renovation, this Craftsman home is on the market for $699,000 in Rome, Georgia. Listing details: One-of-a-kind craftsman home with incredible custom renovation in the heart of downtown! On the main level, the front porch has room to entertain. The living room with coffered ceilings, restored 24-pane windows, and a brick fireplace flows into a dining space and custom kitchen. The downstairs bedroom has a closet and fireplace. A full bathroom has a copper tub, custom tile, and a stone vessel sink. Upstairs, a bedroom with fireplace overlooks a garden. Opening out onto the 2nd-story porch, a wet bar space could be easily converted into another bedroom. A central bathroom has custom tile and a clawfoot tub. The master suite is a dream! This unfinished space will ultimately be a two-level suite on the 3rd and 4th floors of the home.
It will have one full bath with custom tile and a half bath as well. A separate sitting room and office are also included in this massive master suite. A hidden covered balcony on the 4th floor is a stargazer’s dream, offering vistas of Saddle Mountain and all of East Rome. Outisde, a huge deck overlooks the back yard which will be professionally landscaped. The deck delivers an unobstructed view of the home’s imposing immediate next-door neighbor: the City Clocktower. This home has been lovingly restored and now ready for you to leave your mark as part of the next chapter in its history! The basement is a fully separate dwelling. The charming guest apartment has a fully equipped kitchenette, living space, and a full bath with a custom tile shower. The listing price includes a fully finished master suite and a professionally landscaped yard. However, the home could be purchased prior to completion if desired. This one-of-a-kind home is on the market for $699,000 with Jeb Arp of Toles, Temple, & Wright. Photography by Andy Edwards.