SPONSORED: A brand-new four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home at 1305 E. Gore Street [GMap] in Delaney Park has just hit the market. If you’re lucky enough to be the new owner, you could be taking in the views of Lake Emerald and Lake Davis from the front porch of this 3,753 SF (2,993 SF under air) single-family home in one of Downtown South’s prettiest neighborhoods.

The bottom level features a spacious, open floorplan with a two-story family room that overlooks the back patio and sprawling backyard, which is just begging for a pool. The kitchen showcases beautiful white cabinetry, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, double-oven, gas cooktop and a large center island with pendant lights and plenty of seating. The downstairs also has an additional room that can easily be used as an office, living room, or formal dining room.

The master bedroom is also n the ground floor and is equipped with sliding glass doors that open directly to the back patio. The master bath has white cabinetry that echoes the kitchen, Carrera marble-style tiles, granite countertops, dual sinks, a frameless glass shower, and a spa tub.

The additional bedrooms are all located upstairs, one of which has its own en suite bathroom and walk-in closet. The upstairs also has a 12×14 loft area and a large laundry room.

The home has an attached two-car garage, new fence and landscaping, security system, irrigation, and ceramic tile and wood tile flooring in all living areas.

This home is located within walking distance to 903 Mills Market, Lake Davis, Lake Emerald, Thornton Park, and Downtown Orlando..

The asking price is $579,900.

To see the original listing or to schedule a tour, click HERE, or contact Julie Bowyer, Keller Williams at the Parks, at 407-758-0153 or [email protected] An open house is scheduled for this Sunday, July 17 from 1 to 3 p.m.

 

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  1. DowntownGuy  Just like at the corner of Summerlin and Kaley, cute little shake shingle house torn down and two Waterford Lakes house went up.

    Also, all the beautiful old Live Oaks on the property were destroyed to squeeze two houses on the lot – but hey, the Mayor says we’re the Tree City!

  2. We notice that a lot, apparently anything south of downtown, from the hospitals east to about Bumby is “Delaney Park”

  3. Kinda’ bland for a great neighborhood like that. I don’t understand why builders don’t respect the personality of a neighborhood when they build something like this.

  4. This is not in Delaney Park. The neighborhood is Lake Davis /Greenwood. Delaney Park is west of Summerlin.

  5. It looks like a suburban tract home with upgraded kitchen/bath features. Decent place if you’re the type of person that would want to live somewhere like Lake Nona, but the draw to Delaney Park is the charm of the well-built and detailed homes that have graced the neighborhood for decades. This looks like something a contractor designed to make a quick buck.