Enjoy all the perks of downtown living – easy walks to Lake Eola, dining, shopping and even your office – all from the coziness of this 1920’s historic Cape Cod in Lake Eola Heights. Perched on a hill and nestled in the shade of a giant oak, this home boasts one of the most memorable facades in all Orlando’s downtown neighborhoods. This precious house, with its versatile floor plan which can easily adapt to your family’s needs, will feel like home the moment you enter. Towering ceilings, a multitude of expansive windows and a rare open floor plan fill this cheery home with nature and light. Downstairs you’ll find two wood-burning fireplaces, a beautifully renovated kitchen with a butler’s pantry, gas range, island and breakfast bar. Off the living room is a sunny Florida room perfect for an office or reading nook. On the second floor you’ll find bedrooms with vintage floor-to- ceiling windows, laundry room and a cozy sitting room which seems to have you floating in the trees. A third, completely finished floor, offers the perfect spot for a child’s play area, yoga retreat or art studio. In back, you’ll find a welcoming covered porch with a view on a tropical fully-fenced courtyard with fountain. The detached 2-car garage is the perfect complement to the incredible amount of indoor storage. You’ll be proud to live and entertain in this historic home decorated with Hamptons’ flair.
Listing courtesy of ANNE ROGERS REALTY GROUP INC.
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