Country style meets city living in this picturesque Seminole Heights 1946 concrete block abode located just across the street from the Historic District. Why is that significant? Because you get to rub shoulders with the fancy historic district; however you don’t have to suffer under the strict rules they have if you want to remodel the exterior of your home! The split rail log fence and slash pines set the tone of rustic charm as you drive into this property. This home sits waaaay back on the lot so you can enjoy your privacy and restful relaxation. The property here is HUGE!! In fact it measures 97’ x 280’! So come on in and step inside to find a big welcoming foyer with terrazzo floors and original tongue in groove pine paneled ceiling. Beyond is your perfect living room with a big cozy wood burning fireplace surrounded in slate rock that echoes the soft earthy colors of the Grand Canyon. Keep on going to see your lovely dining room with deep long views of your backyard, while the galley kitchen offers up a unique barrel style roof. Down the hall are 3 generous sized guest rooms with more vintage panelling, original doors and hardware. At the very end of the home is where I think you should locate your master bedroom with it’s soaring beamed ceilings and private access to your backyard. I think you’ll agree it would make a stunning retreat. You’ll also love the polished concrete floors (2019), new roof (2015) and new a/c (2016) and brand new paint job inside and out. Room sizes approx, call now!


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