The Murray/Scott-Cain House was built circa 1899 on the bank of Jeremy Creek among numerous grand live oaks with a two-story side porch positioned to catch the coastal breeze. It proudly stands today as reminder of the history of the small fishing village of McClellanville and it's picturesque oak-lined avenues. The home is located on over 2 acres with more than 160 feet of frontage on Jeremy Creek. A dock permit is in hand to replace the former dock in disrepair with a new covered pier-head and floating dock on deep-water. Home is conveniently located a block from the local seafood markets and less than a mile to the boat landing and shops, boutiques, and restaurant in the historic district. This stately home has 5 bedrooms and 2 and a half bathrooms and is move-in ready but could always be improved upon. Many updates make the home more versatile for modern living, while the historic charm of the home remains completely in tact. Historic homes on deep-water rarely hit the market, don't let this opportunity pass you by.
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