|Welcome to Sweet Mango Manor, a 1925 Airplane Bungalow, featured on CNBC’s American Dream. This historically designated two-story home known as the Kicklighter House, has been lovingly restored by a local artist to capture the magic of Sarasota. A wide front porch, enclosed with windows for year round enjoyment, leads into the living room with its high ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, and vintage built-ins. The home has a natural flow for entertaining, as the dining room and kitchen both have glass doors to a covered patio that opens into the stunning gardens (Florida-Friendly, bird friendly and pesticide-free for the enjoyment and health of all). The master bedroom is separated from the living spaces by a hallway with a guest bath, and features an en-suite bathroom with details that provide a bit of glamour to greeting the day. There is a second bedroom on the first floor, currently used as an office, which also opens onto the front porch. Upstairs, two bright, airy bedrooms share a full bathroom with quirky vintage details. The plumbing and electrical are all updated, and the historic 4/1 windows restored to function beautifully. A cleverly designed guest studio nestled behind the garage has its own private patio space, making it perfect for rental, visiting family or an office. From this treasured hallmark of the Central Cocoanut neighborhood, sitting across the street from the park, playground, and the Historical Society, you can walk to restaurants, markets, shops, and the bay front. This property is a gardener’s dream with an African Tulip Tree, Kaffir Lime, Lychee Tree, Aristolochia vine, Rickrack Cactus, Orchids, Bromeliads, and more.