SPONSORED: This 2,420 SF home crowns the southern lobe of beautiful Lake Sybelia in Maitland, at 1131 Audubon Way [GMap], just down the street from the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey.
This home, built in 1986, features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms and blends traditional architecture with elements like a wraparound porch, custom wood shutters, and cedar siding reminiscent of a modern farmhouse.
Recent upgrades include six-inch baseboards, crown molding, solid oak flooring, and stained-glass accents.
The kitchen was updated in 2016 and offers premium stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, and beadboard cabinet inserts to compliment the home’s farmhouse design aesthetic.
The family room, anchored by a wood-burning fireplace, extends off the kitchen and allows easy access to the backyard.
Each bedroom upstairs has custom closet systems, plush carpeting, light dimmers, and both bathrooms were updated with travertine tile, custom glass doors, and granite countertops. They also offer unobstructed views of Lake Sybelia.
The home has a fantastic outdoor living space, including a 38-foot custom pergola and a private boat dock.
The current asking price is $599,000.
An open house is scheduled for Sunday, August 19 from 2-4 p.m. The Kase Ellers team is taking part in an Open House Charity Challenge where participating open house hosts have agreed to donate at least $1 for every guest that comes through their doors for the Make A Wish Foundation and Kids Beating Cancer.