Historic House Listings

Love the front door! Circa 1926 in Clearwater, Florida. $389,500

May 24, 2020

Love that front entryway! How beautiful is the glow through the stained glass! This home was built in 1926. It is located on .57 acres in Clearwater, Florida. The front door is hand carved. The home has red oak and tiled floors. There are original doors with original hardware. There is a detached two car garage with a guest suite above it. The home has two wine cellars. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,740 square feet. $389,500

Contact JAROSLAW Karbowski: 480-206-4041

From the Zillow listing:

 

Nestled among majestic oaks, pine trees and songbirds in the heart of Glenwood Estates, this 2,400 Sq Ft, 1926 American Craftsman home with Mediterranean flair, is a “Hidden Gem”. Impressive by day; a spectacular presence at night. Light glows through the front bank of assorted, glass panes surrounding the door and front of the 20′ wide foyer. Through the carved wood door, an arched doorway reveals glistening red oak hardwood floors throughout. Reflected light from glass chandeliers mounted in the vaulted barrel ceiling hints of the soirĂ©es of yore. Original interior glass knobs/locks on solid wood doors complement newer touches of floor- to-ceiling cabinetry in most rooms. A quaint 342 Sq Ft au pair/in-law suite above a 2-car garage. Have fun exploring; there is much to take in on first glimpse. Find two wine cellars and built-in cedar chests in the great room, original attic fans, 56 hiding-in-plain sight bottle storage in the kitchen. This unique triple lot (205′ x 120′) is .56 acres and can support up to four separate residences. Location is key…17 miles to Tampa International Airport and 1.5 miles to Downtown Clearwater, the Boat Marina and Clearwater Ferry that will whisk you to renowned, expansive, world famous beaches. No words can describe the enduring quality of this magnificent home and estate. If you are looking for privacy, immersion in nature’s energy, a safe and quiet neighborhood, or possibly creating a larger compound, you have found it. Open your imagination as the possibilities abound. Schedule a showing ASAP before this gem slips away.

 

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