Tour The Bungalow

Tour The Bungalow

At the start of the 20th century, the bungalow became an American favorite. Central to the bungalow’s popularity was its simple modern living in one story. This home was built in 1923 and was lovingly restored in a project that ended in spring of 2008. It has immense character and cozy informality.

The approximately 1500-square-foot interior has 10-foot high ceilings, a massive fireplace and refinished heart pine floors. Throughout the home, you’ll find beautiful woodwork and an attention to detail.

The Bungalow is the perfect vacation spot for the serious reader—on our bookshelves you’ll find a 20-volume set of Harvard Classics World’s Greatest Literature, the entire works of William Shakespeare, as well as interesting writings on the Craftsman period and travel books relevant to Central Florida.

Note that our couples-oriented property and its antique décor is only appropriate for adults and children over the age 10.

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Bedrooms

The master bedroom has a 1920s queen-size bed and dresser which have been restored to their simplistic luster and miniature slag glass bedside table lamp. Topping this room is a 1920s brass and wood ceiling fan. This room also has a full bath.

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The second bedroom features a Wesley Allen “Marlow queen” iron bed painted in a golden brown, providing a dramatic and romantic focal point to this bedroom. The room is decorated with interesting French plates highlighting women’s fashions from earlier times and is topped by a refurbished 1920s chandelier.

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Kitchen

A classic swinging door opens to a kitchen with 33-inch 4-burner gas range and oven, Energy Star dishwasher and 22 cu. ft. refrigerator with top freezer. Basic cooking and dining utensils and supplies are provided (see list).

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Living & Dining Rooms

These two rooms are open to one another, but separated by a curved arch. The dining room window looks out on the Florida native landscaping and is framed by custom pull drapes. Antique “waterfall” ceiling lights are on display in both rooms. Above the living room’s fireplace, a collection of hand-built clay and pottery provides interest and attractiveness.

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Den

Relax on the loveseat in the den either reading a book or making use of the TV and DVD player.

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Bathrooms

A main bathroom is located centrally and has updated period features and a new tile floor. Both the main bathroom and the master bedroom bathroom include a shower/tub.

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Porch

The bungalow features a partial wrap-around porch and seating options for enjoying its views of the gardens and our neighborhood.

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Other

  • Free wifi throughout bungalow.
  • Central air conditioning and heat.
  • EnergyStar washer and dryer for two loads of laundry per week.
  • Free parking for your car in our driveway, plus free on-street parking for your guests. Please note this property does not have space for RVs.

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