According to the seller, this Key West Style, Florida Cracker house was originally built in 1891 and remodeled in 1920 and again by the seller. It is on the National Historic Register of homes. Its has 11.5 foot wood ceilings, 3 large bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, living room, dinning room, large kitchen, and new washer/dryer in laundry. The kitchen and master bath has Italian porcelain floors, the other rooms have solid wood floors, and one bedroom has carpet. New dishwasher Feb 2011. New water heater, 10/2013. Completely new master bath with jet tub. Outside the house has 2 full covered porches, a formal Kitchen garden, a patio, lawn and shrub area with room for a pool. The house is one of the oldest in the Historic District. While the home has been remodeled with modern features and appliances, the seller has maintained many of the touches that make a historic home like this unique. In the kitchen you will find a short run of “Edison wiring” near the ceiling. While the wiring has been replaced, this was left for esthetic purposes and to enhance the historic feel. Likewise in the dining room, the wood slat ceiling has been preserved. The front and back porches maintain the same sense. This address earns a “WALK SCORE” of 82, VERY WALKABLE, to the downtown area with its restaurants and shops. New R-60 insulation installed in attic 3/2/13. Owner contracting new painting exterior. Reasonable offers considered.
Public Municipal Water,Public Sewer
Split Bedroom, Eating Space in Kitchen, Formal Dining Room Separate, Volume Ceilings
Solid Wood Cabinets,Ceiling Fans,Smoke Alarms
Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Washer