This Victorian house stands out in the Historic District of Jacksonville, in a friendly neighborhood with tall trees and green spaces. Natural light pours into every room, onto original unpainted woodwork, period fixtures, brass, and copper. The interior woodwork, including the built in cabinet in the dining room, is richly and expertly decorated. The house was built in 1895 by a well known lumberman, Fontaine Andrews, to show case his vast selection of beautiful woods and building materials. The 10 rooms include 5 large bedrooms, with big closet areas, large rooms on the main floor including a library, a completely renovated eat in kitchen, with custom cherry cabinets. There are 3 updated baths. The owners have lovingly maintained this historic house and updated it for convenience and comfort; all the while maintaining the historic integrity. The home has a beautiful wrap around front porch, a sleeping porch, a large yard and gardens that bloom from March through October. Wired for broadband.
Updated on May 25, 2021 at 12:06 pm