Located in Orlando’s trendy Lake Eola Heights district, this 5,839 sq ft home was built in 1909 and refreshed in 2008 including the addition of a 2000+ sqft basement and 800 sqft of covered outdoor areas. The home’s renovation earned it the 2007 Aurora Award winner in the HBA’s Orlando Parade of Homes.
Framed with gas lanterns and a grand front porch, this historic home, which features a mix of Victorian and Colonial Revival, is a blend of elegance and contemporary amenities. An elevator connects the 3 levels of living spaces.
The four-bedroom home has a guest suite on the main floor; a master suite on the upper level and two more beds with en suite baths on the upper level as well as a detached studio apartment. Every room is completely wired and cabled for future audio and video needs and currently the entire home is pipped with an audio Bose System. The kitchen, with stainless steel appliances has a center island, breakfast bar, walk-in pantry and wine cooler and overlooks the family room.
The basement includes a 1500-bottle capacity wine cellar, a workout room and a fame room.
The outdoor courtyard oasis, with brick pavers, large gas fireplace, and tiled fountain is a perfect backdrop for entertaining. This home is listed for $1.298 million with Fannie Hillman and Associates, Inc. and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.
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