SPONSORED: Freshly built in 2016, this new 3,062 SF single-family home in Wadeview Park is now on the market.

The four bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, two story home features custom woodwork, an attached two-car garage, solid stone counters, and inside utility. It comes equipped with a built-in oven, dishwasher, disposal, microwave oven, refrigerator, range and range hood.

The great room, and bonus room (the perfect den, library, or office space) have ten foot ceilings with windows that overlook the yard on both sides.

The master bedroom, located on the second floor, has a vaulted/cathedral ceiling, plenty of natural lighting, and beautiful, dark stained flooring. The game room and all of the other bedrooms are also located on the second floor.

The home, located at 2108 Delaney Avenue, is only a block away from the great greenspace at Wadeview Park and minutes away from the Sodo Shopping Center [GMap] in the Blankner and Boone school districts.

The asking price for this home is $649,000.

To see the original listing click HERE. For more information, contact Eric Rollings, Realtor, Mainframe Real Estate, 407-256-2470.

There are two open houses scheduled for August 27 and August 28, from 1-4 p.m.


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  1. Everything was “supported by the market”…..until the bubble burst, so that is not a good indicator. While $212/ft may not be too bad if it is not in need of reno, but most homes in downtown that range need substantial reno. $260/ft is more likely in places like Audobon Park.

  2. To be fair, it’s a huge place. $212/sqft isn’t really bubble territory, ~$200/sqft has been the going rate in downtown neighborhoods for the past 3-4 years and is being supported by the market.

  3. haha I hear you, but some realtors out there want to share their product with our readership, and we’re here to help. And our intended demo is people living downtown Jason N. Lee!

  4. I see a bubble pop again for the downtown area. Prices back to the over-inflated pre-meltdown range. People never learn.