Everyone loves downtown St Pete and wants to live there. Between the shopping, restaurants, museums, festivals and parks, there is always something to do. If a downtown condo is not your thing, come see this 1600+ SF, Old Northeast bungalow, complete with picket fence, front porch, brick streets, and pavered off street parking pad (for three cars!) You are a block from waterfront parks and a short 5 block (10 minute) walk to downtown. Don't just drive by though, you are going to miss the best part. There is a huge turf-scaped back yard, with a heated, salt water lap pool and mini soccer field! But wait, there is also a large composite deck that wraps around house (from family room to master bedroom) with retractable awnings that will provide shade while relaxing outdoors. Inside are even more surprises. This is a true 3/2 split plan with large master suite. There is a home office, formal living room with fireplace, a family room, and inside laundry. Home has been extensively remodeled in recent years to include hurricane upgrades and updated electric, along with both baths remodeled and a beautiful new European style kitchen (with more cabinets than at first sight.) For storage, there is a full stand up attic with pull down stairs in the hall! I could go on an on, but seeing is believing, so make your appointment today to see this fantastic home! You will fall in love. Click on the tour link above and take a "walk" through the house.
Listing courtesy of KELLER WILLIAMS ST PETE REALTY.
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