Historic House Listings

Off market. The Cain Home, Circa 1940. On 1.6 acres in Florida. $274,000

December 1, 2021

Love the screened in porches! This home has kind of a rustic feel to it. The Cain Home was built in 1940. It is located on 1.6 acres in High Springs, Florida. The home features three decks and porches, hardwood floors, built-ins, wood walls, french doors and wood ceilings. The property has fruit trees, pecan trees and a spacious fenced in backyard. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,493 square feet. $274,000

Contact the property owner: 352-233-0169

From the Zillow listing:


Come see the historic ‘Cain’ home located in beautiful High Springs, Florida. It is country living at its best with urban amenities. This newly renovated home is perfect for the professional as it is located only 18 miles from the University of Florida, 19 miles from Shand’s Hospital, 14 miles from North Florida Regional Medical Center, and less than 5 minutes from Publix, restaurants, Santa Fe High School, and I-75. This metal roofed home is situated on 1.66 acres that are completely fenced (perfect for pets and small children) and includes a smaller privacy fenced area to keep a closer eye on the little one’s. The home features a brand new expanded kitchen area with cabinets waiting to be finished in the new buyers preferred staining color or painted, all stainless steel appliances will be included in the purchase, a large peninsula bar (perfect for bar stools) overlooks a large living room with fireplace featuring new stone work, a den with built-ins and a door leading to the screened in front porch, a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom, a newly renovated second bathroom, and two additional large sized bedrooms one of which offers access to the two-tiered fully screened deck located at the back of the home. The outside of the home features three (that’s right, three) decks located off the the front, side, and back doors. The 1.66 acre lot features a gated fenced entry, large mature trees including two fruit trees and two pecan trees, and a barn large enough for two vehicles as well as all your toys. The barn can also be used for a potential work space, or simply as it was intended for smaller animals – like goats or sheep, or maybe even converted into a mother-in-law quarters. The home is being sold ‘as is.’


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