This unique historic home is known to local islanders as ”the coffee roasters house.” Built around 1905 by island carpenter John Snead, this eclectic property features 2 bedrooms and one full bathroom. Throughout the home you’ll notice original hardwood flooring, intricate trim and molding, along with certain artistic touches. A lovely set of French Doors leads to the living room, a space that is currently the roasting headquarters for Smith Island Beans. Upstairs, from each of the two bedrooms, views of the water and surrounding wetlands are most spectacular. The property is situated on almost a half acre, which also includes two sheds. This home will speak to a particular soul, someone who appreciates all of its subtle nuances. It has personality, charm and plenty of character. A simple, ole 19th century stick built home on an island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. The island itself has a sense of timelessness, a feeling of forgottenness. You will know if this unique island home is meant for you. Smith Island, not just a destination, but a state of mind…..