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1110 East 8th Street
The house was built in 1890. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
Many of the original features, inlcude long-leaf pine floors, remain.  Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
The formal living room. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
The formal dining room. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
The kitchen includes modern upgrades and a breakfast nook. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 Rutherford Driftwood
Master bedroom.  Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
Master bathroom. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 Rutherford Driftwood
One of the three additional bedrooms. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
Bathroom. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 Rutherford Driftwood
The guesthouse was design by award-winning architect Emily Little.  Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
The property reportedly includes the east side's only private diving board.  Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography
1110 East 8th Street
The front porch comes with downtown views. Photo by Trevor Smith, Vivid Image Photography