Built in 1892, this quintessential Cape May home is located in the heart of the historic district. The home has had upgrades to its kitchen and baths, yet retains original beachside cottage character. Nine foot ceilings on the first floor, wood floors, French doors and original wood doors are a few of the features that add architectural interest. The entry area is welcoming and casual (lots of space for beach gear) and leads to a light filled sunporch. Cozy living room and ample dining room create easy entertaining space. The stylish, hardworking kitchen features Kitchen Aid appliances and a large wine fridge. Upstairs there are three sunny bedrooms with white painted wood floors and a renovated tile bath. The corner lot is fenced, and the property has two off-street parking spots, as well as two yards and a back deck with gas grill.