Wrought with history and rich with luxury, the most prominent structure was built in 1818 as the community general store and post office. Details of this storied property are to be featured in a book of historic general stores, slated to be released in the fall of 2018 by Mike Roth and Stan White. On a level half-acre parcel surrounded by farmland and dotted by centuries-old trees, the original covered front porch anchors the home. There is more than ample parking to the rear, as well as a massive garage and workshop. Entering, one encounters the great room, finished in reclaimed barn wood flooring in keeping with the period. The kitchen is open, finished in granite over distressed custom cabinetry with brushed nickel and stainless accents and appliances and undermount sink. There is kitchen counter seating as well. Adjacent, the dining area is bright, surrounded by windows and a door to the front patio. Characterized by flexibly used spaces, bright, open hallways, and period-appropriate accents, this property is a one-of-a-kind Southern End charmer.