House of the Day: Charming Colonial estate asking $950,000

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SPONSORED: This charming lakefront colonial estate was built in 1923 and measures in at 1.31-acres, with 5,435 SF of living space. 

Located at 930 Appleton Avenue [GMap] South of Downtown, this four bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom single-family home also comes with a detached one-bedroom/one bath apartment above the three-car garage and an In-law suite on the main level of the home with walk-in shower.

The large formal living room in the main house features a wood-burning fireplace, separate formal dining room, and an updated kitchen with granite countertops, mahogany cabinets, and space for a large table. It also has an industrial cabinet depth refrigerator, a six-burner gas Thermador cooktop, and wide-door double ovens. 

The master bedroom boasts a private balcony overlooking the lake and a 15×13-foot walk-in closet with a luxury bathroom complete with steam shower, jetted tub, and a bidet. 

There are two additional bedrooms in the upstairs with their own Jack and Jill bathrooms and a basement that could easily house a future wine cellar. 

One wing of the main floor includes a wonderful cherry wood paneled library with built-in shelves, a cozy sunroom for your morning coffee, and In-law suite with walk-in shower.  The other wing is where you’ll find a spacious family room with vaulted ceilings and French doors that lead to an expansive brick porch along the back of the house where you’ll find the hot tub.

The yard is fully fenced in and extends out to Lake Gem Mary, with plenty of space for a pool. 

The home is ideally located between Downtown Orlando and the Orlando International Airport and is in the new Pershing K-8 and Boone High School Districts. 

The current asking price is $950,000. 

Click HERE to see the listing or contact Stacy R. Coburn, Keller Williams Realty, 407-690-6738 for more information. Open houses will be hosted 4-6 p.m. August 22, 4-6 p.m. August 24, and 1-3 p.m. August 26.

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