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A sunny and welcoming colonial home, Circa 1822, is tucked away in the Historic District. The home was originally located on the street front, but in 1938 Margaret Thackray Weems relocated it to its current, private site at the rear of 214-218 King George St. Her husband, U.S. Naval Officer Philip Van Horn Weems, was an inventor of navigational instruments and methods for the military. In 2016, the kitchen was remodeled to include a large granite-top, centerpiece island with hand-crafted cabinets and drawers on walls. The Half Bath was also remodeled. The third bedroom doubles as a sitting room, studio, office. Winter view of Naval Academy Chapel Dome from owners' bedroom. Access to the house is down the right of way between 2010 and 2014 King George St. The house is now sold As Is while waiting for its new owners.

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Listed by Lindra L Best of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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