Truly a unique find in the heart of historic Annapolis, 53 Fleet Street is an iconic "carriage house" that was formerly used as industrial space. Originally built in 1860, the original wood structure was entirely rebuilt using masonry between 1927 and 1930. Only decorative wood beams survive from the original structure. The building has been a warehouse and factory, a mechanic's garage, a short-term rental, and most recently a full-time residence. It features an over-sized one-car garage with plenty of room for a car as well as space for a motorcycle, scooter, workbench and tools. It has brick flooring, LED lighting, and wall-to-wall adjustable shelving. Such a meticulously maintained and well-outfitted garage is a rare and highly coveted feature in a city home, especially in downtown Annapolis. The residence, accessed from the street or through the garage, features 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, kitchen with a living / dining area, and private fenced patio and garden. The back wall between the kitchen area and patio has large glass doors that open out - ideal for entertaining in warmer months and letting in natural light all year long. Sited at the corner of Fleet and East Streets, it's just a block from the Annapolis city dock, Market House, and State Capitol - and only a step further to Maryland Avenue and Main Street. Perfect for a full-time residence or weekend get-away in beautiful historic Annapolis. Seller-owned furnishings convey. Newer HVAC and hot water heater. See virtual tour in video link.
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