This three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located at 907 Seville Place [GMap] by Lake Adair in College Park.
The 2,637 SF Mediterranean Revival was once home to Sixth Judicial Circuit Judge William Whitfield, who had the home built in 1928 and designed by Raymond C. Stevens, one of the oldest local construction companies in Central Florida that’s still in operation.
The home has only been sold once and that was to James Bettes, who helped found the Orlando Planning and Zoning Board in the 1940s. It features mature landscaping, beautiful architectural details like wrought iron ornamentation, small balconies, and unique windows.
Other features include exposed dark wooden beams in the family room, a pecky cypress front door, tile floors, and a basement.
The asking price is $650,000.
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