SPONSORED: This beautifully upgraded four bedroom, three bath pool home, is located in the historic downtown neighborhood of Lake Eola Heights at 722 E. Concord Street [GMap].

This home, originally built in 1938, is a perfect example of all the wonderful things that people love about historic homes, but with the modern amenities that you’re looking for. The kitchen features solid wood cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a gas range.

The 2,119 SF home, also has gorgeous hardwood floors, a wood burning fireplace, lots of windows and natural light, and a sizable basement, which is a rarity in Florida.

One of the three generously sized downstairs bedrooms features an en-suite bath, which could easily be used as a second master suite, and the two large living areas and formal dining room are bright and airy.

The private and spacious 2nd floor master suite has a spectacular master bath, with Carrera marble, dual vanities with tasteful fixtures, and a built-in wardrobe with lots of extra storage.

The fenced backyard is perfect for gatherings with friends and family, especially with the covered dining space. It’s also beautifully landscaped and private, with a screened porch, sparkling salt water pool, gated brick driveway and a two-car garage.

This home is just steps from everything that makes Downtown Orlando special; amazing restaurants in Thornton Park, watering holes in Ivanhoe Village and Mills 50, and a quick bike ride to the Sunday Farmer’s Market at Lake Eola. This location has it all.

See for yourself at the Open House on Sunday, July 3 from 1 to 3 p.m.

The asking price is $599,000.

To look at the original listing or to schedule a tour, click HERE, or contact Beth Hobart, Keller Williams Realty, at 407 227-8192.

Be sure to look at the photos or watch the video tour below:









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Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. Zac Alfson if I had enough money to afford that house, I would throw one hell of a party!!!

  2. Catherine, as they say… Easy come, easy go. $200,000 for the jewels? Child’s play.

  3. Danni I’ll take the whole damn thing. The pool, an actual garage, a big kitchen, more than one bathroom….U0001f49aU0001f49aU0001f49aU0001f49a

  4. Tisha Poole I was showing my gf in Dallas whatFL fancy costs. I really want that back yard

  5. hahaha … clearly just the basement. 😉 Also, noticed there’s a comma now. Yay, punctuation!