Historic House Listings

Victorian cottage in Pensacola, Florida. Circa 1897. $325,000

January 19, 2021

Beautiful tile surrounds on the fireplaces! This victorian cottage was built in 1897. It is located on .19 acres in Pensacola, Florida. The home has great jib windows, transom windows, built-ins, solid wood doors with original hardware. This home has five fireplaces! Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,000 square feet. $325,000

Contact Bobbi Godwin with Connell and Company Realty

From the Zillow listing:


Queen Anne oozing charm & ready for restoration in North Hill Historic District. Zoned PR2 so single/multi residential and certain commercial possibilities….has been an antique store since the mid ’80’s. Inviting covered front porch, lots of Gingerbread trim, high ceilings with wonderful original hardwood floors and millwork., transoms, 5 fireplaces, pocket windows, built-in glassfront cabinets. Nice floor plan–back interior staircase walk up to attic space ready for expansion…possibly 2 more bedrooms bath and bonus area. Both bedrooms on main floor have adjoining baths. Master (back) BR has large closet plus perfect area to have walk in closet/dressing area to the bathroom. Kitchen previously used as lamp repair workroom so needs a total renovation. Sprinkler w/ well. Curb cut for driveway to have off street parking or possible add’n of garage in back. Roof 2009, A/C compressor approx. 2 yrs. Beautiful grounds with native plants, camellias, fish pond….just needs lots of TLC. Great potential for renovation and restoration of original features throughout. Both baths and kitchen need renovation, scrape, paint, refinish floors etc. needed. Has been in full operation as store until mid 2020. Has “the bones” and features to be brought back to an adorable Victorian Cottage. Being sold “As Is”, Beautiful neighborhood of Historic homes walkable to downtown events and shopping. Active voluntary neighborhood association. Walk or bike to Alabama Square park and meet your neighbors while children play.


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