The brick exterior, the stucco gable overlaid by thin strips of wood, and steps that lead to the vertical panel front door, all contribute to the character and charm of this 1936 Tudor Revival home. Upon entry some of the many features you'll immediately notice are the nine-foot ceilings and wood floors throughout, built-in bookshelves, wood burning brick fireplace, and a spacious family room that leads to a dining room with chair moulding. Situated off of the master bedroom is the sunroom where the ambient windows and bookshelves, espresso ceiling and trim, and piercing green foliage all come together to provide striking contrast and brightness. This sunroom would make a perfect home office or library.Exit the sunroom and into the backyard, a path of hexagonal paving stones carries your through an expansive backyard with unlimited possibilities - a future deck for the entertainer, space for a boat or RV for the traveler, or transforming the detached garage into a woodshop or art studio for the artisan - the potential is versatile and endless.
San Marco continues to one of the cities more popular neighborhoods and is best known for its locally owned shops, dinning, scenic layout and lack of large commercial intrusion. This Flagler Avenue home is a quick walk from the popular shopping and dining district, the San Marco Square.
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Listing information last updated on September 16th, 2019 at 7:08am EDT.