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House of the Day: Bravely wallpapered historic home asking $700,000

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SPONSORED by Janney Roofing: This four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is located at 635 E. Amelia Street [GMap], just three blocks away from Lake Eola.

THIS POST WAS SPONSORED BY JANNEY ROOFING, WHICH IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE ACTUAL LISTING

This 2,796 SF home was built in 1925 and features lots of its original charm and character, from its white picket fence to its bold floral wallpaper in the living room. The home features formal living and dining rooms, a breakfast nook, laundry room, and plenty of storage.

Original features include oak and heart pine flooring, a gas fireplace, renovated and re-glazed windows, and updates that include two-zone HVAC system with air purification, electrical, plumbing, foam-insulated attic, and fiberglass insulated exterior.

The kitchen has a pantry and a farmhouse sink and lots of natural light.

And the allegedly fully-finished attic/fourth bedroom (doesn’t look like it in the photo) could be used as a theater/hobby room or home office and has its own ensuite bathroom and storage space. Or some sort of sexy black tent as seen below.

The asking price is $700,000.

Click HERE for more information.

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SPONSORED by Janney Roofing: This four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is located at 635 E. Amelia Street [GMap], just three blocks away from Lake Eola.

THIS POST WAS SPONSORED BY JANNEY ROOFING, WHICH IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE ACTUAL LISTING

This 2,796 SF home was built in 1925 and features lots of its original charm and character, from its white picket fence to its bold floral wallpaper in the living room. The home features formal living and dining rooms, a breakfast nook, laundry room, and plenty of storage.

Original features include oak and heart pine flooring, a gas fireplace, renovated and re-glazed windows, and updates that include two-zone HVAC system with air purification, electrical, plumbing, foam-insulated attic, and fiberglass insulated exterior.

The kitchen has a pantry and a farmhouse sink and lots of natural light.

And the allegedly fully-finished attic/fourth bedroom (doesn’t look like it in the photo) could be used as a theater/hobby room or home office and has its own ensuite bathroom and storage space. Or some sort of sexy black tent as seen below.

The asking price is $700,000.

Click HERE for more information.