2429 square feet of charm and located in the remarkable Lake Eola Heights District includes a detached GUEST HOUSE. Main house is 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with an open floor plan and TWO FLEX ROOMS offering many possibilities. Sun room off living room makes an ideal music room or library. One bedroom features an exterior door to driveway area making this ideal for a home office. Spacious dining room with custom reclaimed wood feature wall. Bonus room with NEW WOOD PLANK TILE off of the kitchen perfect for a game room, playroom or inviting room for TV viewing. Double french doors lead to the 42ft deck off the living room/dining room area making entertaining a breeze. Quality Wood Laminate flooring in main living areas. Carpet in hall and bedrooms replaced 2016. NEW ROOF install on main home March 2018 and guest house roof was replaced in 2016. Main house has an oversized 2 car garaged guest house has a 2 car garage. Extra long driveway provides ample off street parking. Guest house is 704 square feet and features 1 bedroom, living room & full kitchen. Great opportunity to Airbnb or have long term tenants help with the mortgage payment! Guest house electrical upgraded in 2017 along with electrical improvements to main home. Guest house driveway is separate from main house, separate utilities and separate address. Enjoy short walks to Lake Eola, Dandelion Cafe, Lineage coffee, Thornton Park & more! LENDER CAN USE INCOME FROM GUEST HOUSE TO QUALIFY BUYER
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