This colonial revival beachblock home in Margate was built in 1941
This spacious Margate home was built in 1941.
Original hardwood floors extend through the formal dining room.
The large master bedroom has a view of the ocean at the end of Thurlow Avenue.
The living room is spacious with a built-in bookshelf.
The kitchen has granite counters and stainless steel appliances.
An original oak staircase ascends from a spacious center hall.
By Dave Enscoe, Advertising Department
Bu Dave Enscoe, Advertising Department
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