SPONSORED: In 1947, M.W. Heatherington, founder of Fairvilla Poultry Farm began construction on the dream home that he had envisioned for his family. The result, is this stunning four-bedroom, two bath home with bonus attic space, that sits on almost an acre-and-a-half of beautifully wooded, private land.

With details like nine-foot ceilings, transoms over the doorways, wood-burning fireplace, gorgeous milled trim from native Florida pine, frosted glass and original tiled bathrooms, this home is perfect for the historic home lover.

Originally located on a different piece of land, the entire two-story concrete block house was moved in 1986 and set on its current foundation at 3444 Heatherington Road [GMap] in Fairvilla, just west of College Park.

This historic home features plenty of upgrades, with a beautifully renovated kitchen, featuring stainless steel appliances, travertine counters and backsplash, slate floors, solid wood cabinetry, and a breakfast bar that overlooks the dining room.

The numerous closets, and converted attic provide plenty of storage space, and there are new windows and a whole host of other upgrades included throughout the house. Imagine yourself throwing fantastic parties in your grand backyard, mixing drinks at your tiki bar and hosting tournaments in your game room.

The large back porch looks out over the lush landscape, which offers you an abundance of peace and privacy. Located in an up-and-coming area, you will soon be just a short drive from the new Packing District, which brings tons of new shopping, dining and urban park space to the already popular College Park neighborhood.

The asking price is $360,000.

Click HERE to see the original listing or contact Beth Hobart, Mainframe Real Estate, at 407 227-8192. An open house will be hosted on Sunday, January 28 from noon-2 p.m. by Beth Hobart and Eddie Cooper, Mainframe Real Estate.


Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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