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House of the Day: 2/2 Pool home with bomb shelter asking $475,000

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SPONSORED FBC Mortgage: This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is located at 1818 Palm Lane [GMap] in the Beeman Park neighborhood of Audubon Park.

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

The 1,652 SF home was allegedly designed and built by the original owner, who allegedly studied at the Frank Lloyd School of Architecture in Sarasota in the 1950’s, which isn’t too hard to believe when you see all of the glass and wood, and sliding walls used throughout the beautiful building.

The kitchen has been updated with a wine bar and more storage and overlooks a large living area with a triple-sided fireplace.

The master bedroom has its own shower room and sliders that open to a private garden and the home is surrounded by more garden areas that provide added privacy to the home with a buffer of green.

The home also comes with a fully-equipped bomb shelter that has bunk beds, a water pump, and ventilation. Which is important.

Other features include a newer kitchen, new insulation, recent duct work, an irrigation well pump, a screened-in lanai, and a pool.

The asking price is $475,000.

Click HERE for the Zillow listing.

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SPONSORED FBC Mortgage: This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is located at 1818 Palm Lane [GMap] in the Beeman Park neighborhood of Audubon Park.

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

The 1,652 SF home was allegedly designed and built by the original owner, who allegedly studied at the Frank Lloyd School of Architecture in Sarasota in the 1950’s, which isn’t too hard to believe when you see all of the glass and wood, and sliding walls used throughout the beautiful building.

The kitchen has been updated with a wine bar and more storage and overlooks a large living area with a triple-sided fireplace.

The master bedroom has its own shower room and sliders that open to a private garden and the home is surrounded by more garden areas that provide added privacy to the home with a buffer of green.

The home also comes with a fully-equipped bomb shelter that has bunk beds, a water pump, and ventilation. Which is important.

Other features include a newer kitchen, new insulation, recent duct work, an irrigation well pump, a screened-in lanai, and a pool.

The asking price is $475,000.

Click HERE for the Zillow listing.