Just two blocks from the tranquil waters of Coffee Pot Bayou, this exquisite historic Old Northeast home is the perfect combination of modern finishes with 1920s elegance featuring high ceilings, decorative wood trim, crown moulding, custom built-ins and arched doorways. Built in 1925, this beautiful home offers a total of 3,748 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in the main home and a separate 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. A private courtyard, with wooden arched door, covered porch and bubbling fountain set the stage as you enter the home. The grand formal living room with breathtaking coffered ceilings, and stately gas fireplace offer an elegant backdrop to any gathering. Host large dinner parties in the formal living room, or enjoy a cup of coffee in the breakfast room with breakfast bar. The well designed kitchen offers custom wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, island, and walk-in pantry. Retreat with a good book to the cozy den with private entrance and bath. The second floor boasts an expansive master bedroom, with a private balcony, large closets, and master bathroom and two additional generously sized bedrooms each with ample closet space, and a full bathroom. The separate 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment is ideal for visiting family and guests complete with a living room and kitchen. New tile roof (2013), electrical updates (2011). Walk to Straub Waterfront Park and vibrant downtown St. Petersburg with fabulous restaurants, museums, and shopping.
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