This edition of House of the Day was inspired by a local piece in the New York Times on three special homes in California, Florida, and Montana.

All three homes are listed at, or around, $650,000.

The Florida home, is a 2,927 SF 1920s bungalow with three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. It’s in the Lake Copeland district [Gmap] in Downtown South, and the Blankner/Boone school district. The street is lined with old-growth oak trees and other beautiful bungalows.

The house was renovated in 2008 and features hardwood floors and contemporary fixtures.

To see more photos of the property, click HERE.

If interested in the property, contact Terry Diederich, P.A., Broker-Associate at 407-415-2315.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. Showed the house to a client… Beautiful! The 1.5 baths is hard to overcome. It’s pending sale now, BTW. Allison Summerford Latham

  2. Lived very close for many years,always loved that house.
    Maybe the perfect
    Fla. Home.