Historic Tudor home located on charming tree lined and brick paved road minutes from the scenic St. Johns River and the Ravine Gardens State Park. Home is perfect for yourself or to operate as a bed and breakfast. Oversized property allows for room to build a bungalow or guest home that’s suitable for extended and multi-generational families. Current homeowners have preserved the history while making significant and exemplary upgrades to the original construction by adding elegant crown molding and baseboards throughout the home. The original hardwood floors have been refinished to a wonderful sheen that makes the home even more charming, warm and inviting. Original doors and windows have also been refinished and left to maintain the historic significance of the Master Suite is conveniently located on the first floor with walk in closets and a custom designed shoe closet that will hold up to 88 pairs of shoes!! Built in double door cabinets are in place for all of your storage. Cedar ceilings, walk-in closet for all of your wardrobe needs. Fresh Ralph Lauren paint throughout the home provides a unique palate & personality to every room in the home. The butler pantry is suitable for those looking to convert the home into a bed and breakfast. As you work your way up from the family room to the second floor via the wide and spacious stairway and through the archway, you will note that it leads to a set of beautiful folding glass doors with a bedroom that features its own wood burning fireplace. As you continue through the second floor, you will note that there are two other spacious bedrooms with wood floors and lots of windows and natural light. Additionally, there are two more full bathrooms on the second floor as well. The spacious back yard provides ample seating area to enjoy relaxing with coffee, tea and a book and there is a separate building on the property that is currently being used as a garage/storage area. Though in need of some TLC, this space can easily be converted to a guest house or in-law suite. The aesthetics and privacy of the backyard, along with the beautiful oak tree and luscious landscaping give you the feel that you are in your own private oasis.
Updated on June 24, 2022 at 11:29 am