Historic House Listings

Deal of the Day! Has a guest house! Circa 1910 in Florida. $169,900

January 7, 2021

I love the bead board ceilings in this house! The guest house interior was a surprise. That’s right, it has a guest house! This home was built in 1910. It is located on .46 acres in Quincy, Florida. The home has original hardwood floors, unpainted bead board ceilings in some rooms, three fireplaces and crown molding. The property has a large backyard with an above ground pool and a guest house. The guest house has a full bath, kitchen and AC. The main house had a new roof and HVAC installed in 2018. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,732 square feet. $169,000

Contact Lance Clemons with Coldwell Banker Hartung: 850-643-6972

From the Zillow listing:


Come and see this beautiful historic home that was built in the early 1900’s. This house has the original hardwood floors flowing throughout the home along with tall 12 foot high hardwood ceilings. The three fireplaces are original as well and quite the eye-catcher. The spacious front porch connects to a recently built handicap accessible ramp. The kitchen has been updated with dual ovens, flat top stove, refrigerator and custom built wood cabinets. The HVAC and roof were replaced in 2018. Outside of the home features an above ground pool that was built in 2019. Also, a cottage/mother-in-law suite roughly 350 SF offers a full bath, AC and a sink with cabinets. This is a big lot and one of the few lots that connects from King St. to Franklin st.
What the seller loves about this home
three beautiful fireplaces, large rooms, crown molding throughout. Master bedroom suite with private reading/sunroom attached. Master bath with pedestal sink and new clawfoot tub. additional full bathroom with double sinks and new tub and shower enclosure. Large Kitchen with plenty of cabinet space. Mud room with washer and dryer hookups and 50 gallon hot water heater. All new windows and reconditioned interior doors. Matching door, cabinet and faucets hardware. Beautiful hardwood floors, new
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