This three-bedroom, four-bath home is nestled in the historic Lake Lawsona/Fern Creek neighborhood at 1612 E. Washington Street [GMap] near beautiful Dickson Azalea Park.

Built in 2010, this 3,802 SF home was designed as a nod to the nearby historic bungalows by architect David Runnels and constructed by Posada Custom Homes.

As you enter through the front you are greeted by an expansive porch overlooking a beautifully landscaped yard.

The chef’s kitchen is the heart of the home and boasts a prep island, gourmet appliances, and a farm sink, and opens to the great room. Other details include exposed beams, oak floors throughout the first floor, and specialty tiles surrounding the hearth.

The dining room is framed by angled pillars and built-in cabinetry. A paneled study could function as a private retreat or home office, and also features a hidden safe room.

A large bonus room with its own bath is located upstairs and could easily be transitioned into a fourth bedroom. Also upstairs is a finished and insulated attic space.

The home features dual-zoned HVAC, thermal windows, central vacuum, tankless water heaters, and a low maintenance yard for efficient cleanups and maintenance. A port-cochere provides convenient and sheltered access to the kitchen, pantry, and laundry room in case of afternoon showers.

The rear covered patio has its own outdoor summer kitchen and garden complete with a fountain for entertaining.

This home is within convenient walking distance to Lake Eola, a quick bike ride to the Milk District or Downtown Orlando, as well as Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center and the Amway Center.

The asking price is $969,000.

Click HERE to see the listing or contact John Cordero, Coldwell Banker, 407-474-9720 or [email protected] to arrange a tour.

Brendan O'Connor

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