Historic House Listings

Featured in movie, ‘Rosewood’. Five acres in Florida. Circa 1935. $399,900

May 24, 2020

This home was featured extensively in the Warner Brothers movie, ‘Rosewood’. This home was built in 1935. It is located on 4.99 acres in Eustis, Florida. There are hardwood floors throughout the home. The home has a lot of natural light, a beautiful front door with leaded glass and a large wrap around porch. The property also has a second home which was used as the general store in the 1997 movie. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,981 square feet. $399,900

Contact Nancy Lezotte with Keller Williams: 407-907-7671

From the Zillow listing:


Here’s your chance to own the amazing home featured throughout the 1997 Warner Brothers film ROSEWOOD! Step back in time with this beautiful turn of the century Victorian home located in historic Eustis. Quality features like high ceilings, large fireplaces and a beautifully flowing floor plan are just as desirable today as they were when this nearly 3,000 sf home was originally built. The owners have spared no expense restoring the home to its original glory. Tasteful updates include new wood flooring, kitchen, bathrooms, plumbing and electric, fixtures, and appliances. Downstairs you’ll find a half bath and the large open kitchen with eat-in space as well as an open dining room with an abundance of natural light. The large living room downstairs is beautifully preserved and features French doors and a beautifully restored fireplace that will leave you feeling like you just stepped onto the movie set. Upstairs you will find 4 bedrooms. The 2 bedrooms off the upstairs living space share a Jack and Jill bathroom, which has the potential to become a large master suite. The second bath features dual sinks and original claw foot tub/ shower. Enjoy a cool Florida breeze by relaxing on the wrap around front porch or sip your morning coffee on the upstairs balcony overlooking the gorgeous fully fenced pasture. There is ample parking with a 3 car garage and covered parking (pole barn) for an RV or boat. This property also features a second home (the general store in the movie) that with a little work could be used as a guest house or office–water and electric available. Owners previously used as a tack room due to the proximity to the horse stables. Yes…this nearly 5 acre property is zoned for horses. Does it get any better? This property is a dream come true!


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