The three-story estate with five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, three half bathrooms and nine fireplaces, also features expansive porches, a media room, library, dual staircases, state of the art kitchen and high-end appliances. The basement features two separate living spaces complete with kitchens and bathrooms and totals an additional 3,700 square feet.
During World War II, the mansion housed a restaurant for a brief period, before it was used as headquarters for The Elks Club until 1969. The Dudley Mansion was later lent to the Historic Wilmington Foundation, which used the home as its headquarters until 1985.
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