SPONSORED: This adorable yellow 1,152 SF 1940’s bungalow sits on a corner lot in the Mount Vernon Heights neighborhood (Colonialtown North), close to Fern Creek Elementary [GMap].

The home was renovated this year, with a new roof, exterior siding and insulation, ceiling insulation, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, windows, updated plaster on walls and ceilings. It also has new lighting (tons of recessed lights) and ceiling fans. The flooring is ebony stained wood and all of the interior doors are pine. The new kitchen has custom cabinets and quartz counter tops with Whirlpool Gold appliances.

The freshly laid zoysia lawn features a brand new irrigation system.

The enlarged bathroom features a completely refurbished original tub, built-in custom cabinet for storage, floor-to-ceiling subway tile, and a pedestal sink with an antique mirror.

The Large 12×12 flex room can be used as office, TV room, or guest room.

The asking price is $350,000.

For more information click HERE or contact Maddie Heinen, 407-252-5916

 

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. … the home is beautiful and i don’t doubt the quality craftsmanship one bit; however, do you believe the home will appraise at list price? hopefully it does! 🙂

  2. Hi Alex, owners here. We understand, however, the house is essentially a new home. The house was is MUCH worse shape than anyone anticipated and needed a ton of work. You are paying for seriously quality craftsmanship, new everything, and warranties also 🙂