Once owned by the Lieutenant Governor of Florida this Mission inspired Mediterranean Revival is one of the finest restored, renovated and updated historical homes in the Old Northeast. Ideally situated on a premiere tree lined brick street with no access from 4th Street and original hex block sidewalk and walkway. The most recent alterations and restorations were done by the current owners with an impeccable eye for space, design and decor to give this home all of the modern comforts of today's living. Gorgeous foyer entry of windows, the first floor is open and spacious with the original oak hardwood floors throughout. Each room downstairs looks out to the surrounding yard where every detail of landscape has been enhanced with water-fountains, pergola's, trellis's, and manicured landscape within a fenced yard. The outdoor spaces serve as additional "rooms" and have hosted parties of 40+. The kitchen has been updated and opens to the over-sized family room addition with double doors to the outdoor space. The master has been upgraded to a large en-suite with walk-in closet, gorgeous double sink vanity, walk-in shower and separate tub. 3 more bedrooms upstairs including guest en-suite. Updated wiring, new roof (2012), new AC upstairs (2015). Exterior and interior paint in the past 2 years, 2 car garage and parking pad off alley can hold 4 more cars. No flood insurance is required. If you want history, style, form and function, this is your house!
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