Historic House Listings

Pretty in pink! The Searcy House, Circa 1888. Being sold furnished! Four acres in Florida. $749,900

October 5, 2020

Pretty in pink! This home has been featured in ‘Florida’s Historic Victorian Homes’ and ‘Images of America – Longwood’. The Searcy House was built in 1888. It is located on 4.17 acres in Longwood, Florida. This home was also known as Magnolia Acres when they used to host weddings. Love all of the unpainted woodwork. The home is furnished with period antiques which is included in the sale. The home has a large wrap around porch, brick walkways and a stone fountain. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,125 square feet. $749,900

Contact Al Spry with Beacon Real Estate and Associates: 407-310-3064

From the Zillow listing:


Longwood Historic VICTORIAN home on over 4 ACRES on West Lake! – You won’t believe this one-of-a-kind beauty of a home until you see it! Priced to sell and absolutely gorgeous! Built in 1888, it was the very first home built in Longwood by the Searcy family. It is zoned multi-use and has been grandfathered in. The Searcy House has also served as a place for weddings when it was known as Magnolia Acres. It even features a lovely gazebo in the back where lovers have shared their vows. You’ll be instantly enchanted when you experience the over 2100 square feet of historic home space designed in the classic Victorian style and furnished with antique period and other furniture that comes with the home (with the right offer)! As you amble past the stone fountain, up the sidewalk and through the quaint front porch with rocking chairs, you’ll enter the classically designed foyer with fireplace. Prepare to be amazed at the luxurious appointments this home features! To your right is a parlor / den that is breathtaking. To your left is a formal dining room and kitchen and a family room with fireplace and bathroom, all on the first floor. Ascend the ornate wooded staircase and you will discover three bedrooms with beautiful windows and the second bathroom. Wonderful wraparound porches greet you in the front and rear of the home and you’ll discover front and rear balconies on the second floor. This home is absolutely amazing and has been featured in “Florida’s Historic Victorian Homes” and “Images of America – Longwood”. It’s historic but not registered so you have the flexibility to alter it as you see fit. Schedule your showing and make your offer today!


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