SPONSORED: This 2,268 SF four-bedroom, three-bath bungalow in the Lake Eola Heights Historic District sits in one of the most desired spots in Downtown Orlando and is only a short walk from Lake Eola Park, the Central Business District, and the hip Thornton Park Main Street District – billed as the “downtown for grownups.” 

Originally built in 1925 this charming residence, located at 428 Highland Avenue [GMap], has 2,200 SF of original hardwood floors, nine-inch baseboards, crown molding, and a wood-burning fireplace. The historic home boasts updated plumbing, electric and air conditioning, a front porch, a metal roof, four-car driveway, a fenced-in back yard, and an adorable garden shed. The master suite features a large closet and bathroom with its own Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. 

The asking price is $475,000. 

For more information, contact Cristian Michaels, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate – Winter Park at 407-716-7487 or [email protected] Click HERE for a virtual tour or attend an open house this Sunday, January 8 between 1 and 4 p.m.

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14 COMMENTS

  1. I hear you, Shawn. Until 31 July, I lived in Winter Park, but I had to return back home to Rhode Island for the foreseeable future. The money they want for the house in this post would get me a rather stately home in a wealthy neighborhood here. The square footage would be significantly larger also. When I referred to somebody not being in their right mind for paying this kind of money for a house like this wasn’t intended to offend anyone, it just means that I’m very shocked to get so little bang for a buck when compared to what that money gets up here.

  2. Wherever you live, Ray, there is someone who thinks you “aren’t in your right mind” for paying whatever you paid for your home. It’s all a question of preference and income/wealth, both of which inform each other.

  3. By the standards that I judge the size of homes based upon where I grew up, this house is very small for that kind of money.

  4. Lake Eola Heights is absolutely gorgeous and I would love to live there, but the home prices there are just stupid. I can’t even imagine anybody in their right mind paying that kind of money for houses that are that small.

  5. Man, i love living downtown… but will never get over these insane prices. I moved from Oviedo, and near $500k would buy you a damn block of homes there. lol

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