Location, Location, Location!
This Craftsman style home was built in 1910 and is a local Historical Landmark. Situated on Beach Drive
and a block from Tampa Bay, the home is in the heart of the heart of downtown. The large front porch,
adjoining sunroom, and beautifully landscaped yard invite you to relax and enjoy the charm and vibrancy
of downtown St. Petersburg while never having to leave the premises. When you do wish to venture out,
its location is within easy walking and biking distance to the many restaurants, shops, grocery stores,
museums, parks, and festivities that Beach Drive and the surrounding areas have to offer.
The current owner has lovingly restored most of the property as a single-family residence. Numerous
spacious rooms give you ample opportunity to spread out. Read a book while relaxing in the 2nd floor
Home Library. Enjoy the spa-like atmosphere of the Master Bedroom en-suite that overlooks Beach Drive
and includes a whirlpool tub and a large walk-in steam room shower.
A few areas of the home remain to be renovated, thereby giving an opportunity to the new owners to
leave their unique mark on this historical property. For example, find the basement in this home and
imagine a beautiful wine cellar naturally cooled by the earth. Architectural plans are available for review.
Call for additional details as there are too many glorious features to list! The history of the home is a story
waiting to be heard. Call to see today!
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