The John Calder Wilson House, also known as The Episcopal Rectory, built in 1829 and said to be the most perfect symmetrical house in all of Rockville: the perfect matching of the bays above and below the roof lines, the front and rear hipped roofs, the nearly perfect placing of the columns supporting the roof, and the location of the front porch. Listed on the National Historic Register with a half acre fenced lot, it is a rare and unique home, one of only fourteen waterfront properties in the Village facing the Bohicket River. Over fourteen feet off the floating dock at low tide and in just a few minutes boat ride you will pass the protected two hundred acre bird sanctuary Deveaux Bank in the mouth of the North Edisto River and then into the Atlantic Ocean.This beautiful estuary and surrounding wetlands are still pristine with wonderful adventures to be had on many barrier islands. The home does have numerous updates for your weekend and summer relaxing, including a new kitchen, updated bathrooms and roof. Relax on the grand front porch or watch the dolphins feed from the sun room, then stroll down towards the Sea Island Yacht Club to socialize with the great neighbors. Plus, there are no conservation easements on this historic site which could help the Buyer if they so chose to pursue such options.
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