This four-bedroom, three-bath home measures in at 3,010 SF and is located at 440 Cherokee Drive [GMap], in the Historic Lake Cherokee District.

The home was designed by renowned local architect Chalmers Yielding who was inspired by Key West aesthetics and open loft styles in New York.

The home features a professional kitchen, large transom windows with five-inch transoms, and French doors to bring the outside in. The main rooms have views of the nearby lake and there is a 1,400 SF wraparound porch to enjoy the beautiful yard.

The floors are made from 125-year old reclaimed and re-purposed heart of pine.

The home is a short walk away from Delaney Park, community baseball fields, Thornton Park, and Downtown.

The asking price is $825,000 and just had a $10,000 price reduction.

Click HERE to see the listing and more photos.

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