A short stroll down a quiet lane in Southport Village is one of Southport’s finest estates. Orginally built for John Hoyt Perry, a prominent judge in Southport, this 18 room Queen Anne style residence is an architectural masterpiece. The property encompasses a carriage house, formal gardens, pool, gazebos, greenhouse, walking trail and orchard. Impeccably restored, under the stewardship of renowned architect David Scott Parker, the estate embraces the original grandeur of the late 1800s yet has every modern amenity. Spacious public rooms with exquisite period details and finishes make entertaining fun, interesting and exciting. Whether hosting an informal dinner party or a gala event, the residence and grounds handle it effortlessly. The public rooms flow seamlessly off a dramatic foyer with ornate moldings, redwood paneling and a fabulous staircase.
Here are more photos of the Queen Anne style residence.