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House of the Day: Cool 2/1 pocket home asking $249,000

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SPONSORED by FBC Mortgage: This two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is located at 2107 E. Amelia Street [GMap] in Colonialtown South, just a few seconds away from Milk District staples like Beefy King, Stasio’s Italian Deli, and Bad As’s Sandwich.

THIS POST WAS SPONSORED BY FBC MORTGAGE, WHICH IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE ACTUAL LISTING

The 987 SF home was built in 1956 by Donald Slover, a realtor and builder who moved to Orlando from Columbus, Kansas in 1937. He joined the Orlando Police Department in 1945 and owned three poultry farms and a nursery before retiring. He served in the Navy and was a Mason, Shriner, lifetime member of the V.F.W. and belonged to the Moose Lodge before passing on November 11, 2007. The home bares a historical marker with his name.

The block home sits on a 6,886 SF lot and boasts a large backyard with a detached storage shed. Original fixtures include solid wood kitchen cabinets, overhead light fixtures, original tub and bathroom tile, and terrazzo floors.

The asking price is $249,000.

Click HERE to see the Zillow listing.

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SPONSORED by FBC Mortgage: This two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is located at 2107 E. Amelia Street [GMap] in Colonialtown South, just a few seconds away from Milk District staples like Beefy King, Stasio’s Italian Deli, and Bad As’s Sandwich.

THIS POST WAS SPONSORED BY FBC MORTGAGE, WHICH IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE ACTUAL LISTING

The 987 SF home was built in 1956 by Donald Slover, a realtor and builder who moved to Orlando from Columbus, Kansas in 1937. He joined the Orlando Police Department in 1945 and owned three poultry farms and a nursery before retiring. He served in the Navy and was a Mason, Shriner, lifetime member of the V.F.W. and belonged to the Moose Lodge before passing on November 11, 2007. The home bares a historical marker with his name.

The block home sits on a 6,886 SF lot and boasts a large backyard with a detached storage shed. Original fixtures include solid wood kitchen cabinets, overhead light fixtures, original tub and bathroom tile, and terrazzo floors.

The asking price is $249,000.

Click HERE to see the Zillow listing.