Built in 1910, this charming bungalow is located in the heart of the historic district, just a few blocks from the entertainment mecca of downtown Sanford. This historic home has all the beauty & charm you could ask for, including hardwood floors & plantation shutters. As you walk up to this beautifully landscaped home, you enter the circular paver walkway at the street and walk down the lushly landscaped pathway amid towering oaks, meandering around the side porch, past the back porch to the paver driveway at the rear of the property. Upon entering the home, you walk into the beautiful living room with 12-foot high, wood planked ceilings and floors, which match the woodwork throughout the home, passing through glass French doors into the dining room. The eat-in kitchen has been newly renovated with new cabinets, Calacatta Gold Quartz countertops and new luxury vinyl tile which replicates the beauty of this period-style home. The 200 square foot master suite has a spacious sitting room, master bathroom and a private entrance that leads to the back porch. There are two other bedrooms in this historic home that carry the same charm as the rest of the home. The property has its own irrigation system which means you will never have to lift a finger to water the lush landscaping. This home offers the distinction of 1910 with the luxuries of modern day. Zoned SC-3, Special Commercial – mixed use residential & general commercial use
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