Historic House Listings

Sold. Deal of the Day! Has a pool and a guest house! Circa 1920 in Florida. $171,900

January 4, 2020

With some elbow grease, those floors could be beautiful! This deal of the day was built in 1920. It is located on .56 acres in Umatilla, Florida. There are arched doorways, original hardwood floors and original trim. The property has a one bedroom/one bathroom guest house and an in-ground pool. The home is situated close to shopping, restaurants and two local parks. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,507 square feet. $171,900

From the Zillow listing:


BACK ON MARKET…BRING ALL OFFERS! 1920’s ESTATE – History buffs will love the real wood floors, wide baseboards, high ceilings, and picture rail to name a few. City convenience with old world charm 3 bedroom, 2 bath home built in 1920 with pride of ownership sits on just over a half acre. This home is an old fashion jewel just waiting to be polished. In addition to the satisfaction of restoring it to its original luster you’ll also have the joy of living close to work, shops, restaurants, and two wonderful parks. The wood floors need polishing but will be beautiful when done. It also boasts 9ft ceilings downstairs, picture rail, a wood fireplace in the living room with wide mantle and built-in shelving, and a spacious dining room with a window seat that includes extra storage. The kitchen has some newer cabinets with a desk area. Florida room has plaster walls, bead board ceilings, and newer insulated windows. Bonus room was used as a handicap bedroom, with easy access tile shower, and french doors leading out to an exit ramp. A beautiful wood staircase leads to the 2nd floor with three spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom is 17×13 with wood floors and walk-in closet. A second bedroom is 17 x 10 with wood floors and walk-in closet. The 2nd bathroom is on this floor as well. There is also a 10×10 basement with washer and dryer hookups, a concrete in-ground pool, and a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom cottage . Come check out this diamond in the rough and make it your showcase.


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