This four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home was originally built by Kiehl and Stevens, Inc. in 1925 and is a National Historic site, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

The 5,628 SF S. Howard Atha House sits on nearly an acre of land, sandwiched between West Smith and Princeton Streets at 1101 W. Princeton Street [GMap]. The home has access to both streets in the front and rear of the property.

S. Howard Atha was the name of one of the founders of Orlando real estate firm, Cooper-Atha-Barr (CABCO).

The main house boasts an abundance of Colonial Revival details, including a decorative fireplace and loads of custom-built features.

The kitchen is spacious, and combined with the formal dining room and wine room, is ideal for entertaining guests.

The home is surrounded by lovingly cared-for gardens, including scenic structures and meandering paths that lead to a poolside dining pergola and a large cabana house with full-bath and kitchen.

There is also a three-car carriage house with its own office, and a on-bedroom/one-bath studio suite on the second floor.

The home is just blocks away from the shopping and restaurants on Edgewater Drive, but is tucked away from the busy streets behind ornate shrubbery and a cast iron fence.

The asking price is $1,899,000.

Click HERE to see the listing or to arrange a tour, or contact Danial Natoli, Real Estate Professional, Sotheby’s International Realty.

Brendan O'Connor

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