The historic Captain Charlie Swan house was built in 1911. Cap'n Charlie was keeper of the Cape Fear Lighthouse on Smith ''Bald Head'' Island from the day the lighthouse was put into use in 1903 to the day he retired in 1933. This is one of the most original historic homes in Southport, sitting on a large double lot that has rear access from Hillcrest St. Included are original interior doors, most of the original flooring, woodwork & bead board ceilings. The entry hall was designed to look like the shape of a lighthouse. Dining room has built in china closet and ''gossip'' window. Original newel post & railing. Wired garage/shed. Screened back porch and lots of yard space w/ room to park a boat & maybe an RV. Make this yours & keep a part of Southport history alive!
Listing courtesy of Southport Realty, Inc..
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