Travel back in time to the early 1800’s when this Colonial Style house was one of the early homes built in downtown Georgetown. It would be home to the 1st President of Georgetown College and later serve as a Union outpost during the Civil War. Still carrying original features like the brick wall topped with wrought iron and a freestanding servants quarters, the home maintains the craftmanship that took 8 years to complete. Fast forward to today and you will find all the updates and comforts of today’s modern homes. These include 3 heating and cooling zones and a chef’s kitchen with many unique features. The first floor master bedroom includes a private bath with heated tile floors, double vanity, jacuzzi tub, and a walk-in cedar lined closet. The backyard is your own private oasis with a brick patio leading to a 20′ x 47′ inground heated pool with pool house featuring a kitchen and bathroom with a shower. If richness and elegance of a bygone era is what you want- it’s right here.