Historic House Listings

So cute in Ocala, Florida. Love the backyard oasis. Circa 1890. $229,000

December 30, 2020

Cute house! Love the backyard with the patio, deck and koi pond! This home was built in 1890. It is located in Ocala, Florida. The home is situated in the Ocala Historic District and is within walking distance to downtown shops, restaurants and art galleries. This home features hardwood floors, built-ins, ceiling medalions, multiple fireplaces and crown molding. One thing I would change is the tile in the foyer. Just doesn’t look right to me. I would also make some paint changes. There is a detached carriage house with plenty of storage. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,858 square feet. $229,000

Contact Amber Nardino with Ocala Realty World: 850-843-2739

From the Zillow listing:


Located in Ocala’s Historic District, this lovely 1890 home and carriage house offer wonderful history and upgrades in recent years that respect the homes character and age. This prime location is just blocks away from Ocala’s Downtown Square where you can enjoy walking to some of the finest restaurants, entertainment, art galleries and shops. Both home & carriage house which was formerly used for office & workshop, were completely re-plumbed and also insulated & wired in the 90s. The home also comes with Orkin termite protection which can be transferred to new owner. The kitchen offers Quartz countertops w/ refaced & painted cabinets. The brick courtyard and Koi pond are out back. There are 3 AC units with downstairs unit and heat pump replaced in 2011. The upstairs guest Bathfitter tub was installed in 2015. The original Sanborn map is available for your viewing. Do not let this opportunity to own a piece of Ocala history pass you by! Additional upgrades and updates include customized closets, re-tile for hearth, Ocala Fiber for internet, updated Appliances – fridge 2019, convectional microwave 2020, all new wood lattice on exterior of home, living room remodeled with new medallion and chandelier, AC vents ran to all upstairs rooms.


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