Edgewood Drive wasn’t always the bustling residential throughway that it is today. Before it was home to eateries, green spaces, and hundreds of homes, the drive sat mostly bare until developers broke ground on one home in 1925. Today, Edgewood Drive’s earliest home is up for sale.
751 E. Edgewood Dr. | $585,000
3 bed | 2 bath | 2,529 sqft
Listing agent: Christine Ehlenbeck, Keller Williams Realty
This historic home is going to go fast, and once it’s gone, it probably won’t hit the market again for a while. Since 1925, it’s only changed hands twice, and we can see why.
Despite being nearly a century old, this home has an updated kitchen with tons of counter space and, dare we say, Lakeland’s most charming breakfast nook. We love to see modern luxuries like those, but we’re equally obsessed with the home’s historic charm — peep those exposed beams and the fireplace in the primary bedroom.
If you’ve ever wanted to channel your inner HGTV star, there’s something for you, too. Situated on the spacious .45-acre lot is a detached garage with a secondary residence on the upper level. This loft-style living space comes complete with a kitchenette and a full bath, both primed for your creative vision and some updated fixtures.
Here are a few more things we can’t stop talking about:
- Spacious screened-in porch with floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides
- Stained barn doors on the three-car garage
- Updated bathroom fixtures
- All of the green space afforded by this “double lot”
- The quarter-circle window brings some old-world charm to the secondary residence.
So, what are you waiting for? Check out the full listing and get in touch with the listing agent.
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