HISTORIC OLD NE BUNGALOW FILLED WITH BEAUTY, CHARM & HISTORY. Located in the heart of Historic Old Northeast along a beautiful Augusta clay brick paved street, lined with stately Oak trees cloaked in Spanish moss, you will find this lovingly maintained Queen Anne bungalow. A white picket fence with a vine-draped arbor entry welcomes you up a lovely landscaped paved walking path to this well-preserved residence where pride of ownership abounds. A cozy wrought iron wrapped sitting porch with decorative fragment tile flooring lies just outside the front door and makes for an inviting place to sit and enjoy your morning coffee while taking in the sights and sounds of the day awakening around you. As you step through the entrance of this impressively delightful home, you will be captivated by the gleaming heart of pine floors and all the architectural pediments that surround you. Exuding a timeless charm, you will find vintage four-foot wainscoting in the foyer, living, and dining rooms. Ten-foot box beam ceilings accented by ornate windows, period appropriate built-ins, and intricate woodworking can be found throughout, adding to the exceptional one-of-a-kind character this home offers. Classic meets modern as you head into the kitchen where you will find a cool vintage style mixed with present-day conveniences. Frameless shaker-style cabinets accentuated by mosaic tile backsplash blend seamlessly with stainless steel appliances, gas range with hood, and granite countertops. A retro-style bathroom with soaking tub can be found off the hall that splits the two bedrooms and features lemon-colored block tile with black trim that plays perfectly off the crimson-painted walls. The two bedrooms are light, bright, and spacious, one of which features sliding glass doors that open to an outdoor paved seating area overlooking the fenced-in backyard. The original & historic detached garage has now been repurposed as a storage barn and provides an exceptional space to store all your lawn and garden supplies, bicycles, outdoor toys, and more. If that is not enough storage space, this home also features an expansive attic with plenty of headroom to store all your extra goodies and tidbits. Other notable highlights of the home include a mudroom with stackable washer and dryer, tankless water heater, rainbird irrigation system, Nest thermostat, off-street parking, and transferable termite warranty. Flanked on either side of this well-preserved charismatic home are original Sears kit houses. The home to the rear was once one of the original Pinellas county schoolhouses. The historical significance of this home, this street, and this neighborhood are immeasurable. Bordering downtown St. Petersburg, Historic Old NE holds nearly 3,000 historic buildings within its perimeter. Hosting 35 annual events, this neighborhood has one of the most active voluntary neighborhood associations and is comprised of friendly and cheerful neighbors with a love for their community. With its own delightful shopping district, several notable city landmarks, cafes, and restaurants, and close proximity to vibrant downtown, the St. Pete Pier, and the glistening waters of Tampa Bay, Historic Old NE ranks as one of the most desirable and alluring locations in St. Petersburg.
Solid Wood Cabinets
Tankless Water Heater
BB/HS Internet Available
Near Public Transit
|Elementary||North Shore Elementary-PN|
|Middle school||John Hopkins Middle-PN|
|High school||St. Petersburg High-PN|