Circa 1736, this beautifully restored kitchen house, known as the Jacob Motte Carriage House, blends history, location and privacy. Built on land purchased from Robert Tradd, Jacob Motte, the prominent Huguenot and one-time royal treasurer, constructed the home in an early Georgian style. The ground level of the home includes an intimate living room with a kitchen house sized fireplace, complete with original baking oven and updated remote controlled gas logs. The dining area, well appointed gourmet kitchen and a half bathroom can also be found downstairs. Three ground level doors offer direct access to the patio area for dining or entertaining. The kitchen is equipped with stone countertops, integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator / double freezer drawers, dual pullout Fisher & Paykel dishwashers, built-in Viking gas cooktop and separate built-in Viking oven. The second floor includes the master suite, gas log fireplace, walk in closets, master bathroom - equipped with spa jets, and laundry area. The third floor includes two bedrooms, a gas log fireplace and a full bathroom. Attic space can be utilized for additional storage. Beautiful heart pine flooring runs throughout the home and the second and third floor full bathrooms are tiled. Access the kitchen house and private landscaped courtyard through the separate gate located on the right side of the front residence. Copper gutters & downspouts, a slate roof and a gas lantern next to the front door complement the exterior of the home. This South of Broad home is a must see.