Rarely is such a unique property on a double sized lot available in the heart of St. Pete. A stately home plus a separate studio building in back provides at least 6 or potentially 7 bedrooms, & 4 baths. An added bonus is the large swimming pool, so rare but highly desirable in this busy but trendy urban neighborhood! Coveted CRT-1 zoning provides many diverse potential uses: a group or family housing compound; residence/business/work/office combine, or it’s the perfect location for a Bed and Breakfast operation. Located in the Historic Kenwood “cottage” neighborhood, it’s just a block from the Grand Central’s districts hip taverns, restaurants, and galleries. The ground floor of the main house includes a large reception area office, large family living room with beautiful fireplace and volume tin ceilings. Also downstairs is a large separate dining room with beautiful oak flooring throughout, Kitchen, and one full bath. Upstairs there are 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 full baths as well as a bonus room that could be used as an office or another sleeping room. The separate air conditioned rear building presently has a studio apartment in addition to two bedrooms and a bath, a kitchen/eating area, and ample storage. The property includes a side lot with an attractive swimming pool area. An outside Tiki bar and fence enclosure make this an urban oasis for living, work and enjoyment.
Listing courtesy of FOREVER FLORIDA REAL ESTATE.
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