Peggy Naruns St. Petersburg Real Estate
 
Your Luxury Waterfront Specialist

255 16th Ave NE Old Northeast (St. Petersburg, Florida, US - 33704) Built

$998,000

Northstar Realty

Peggy Naruns Peggy Naruns 727-528-7653 (Office) 727-710-1536 (Cell) Request More Info

  • Type: Residential
  • Style: 2 Story
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Garage/Parking: Double, Attached
  • Size: 2,928 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Size: 4295 sq. ft.
  • Year Built: 1925
  • Taxes: $8,153.00 (2017)
  • MLS #: U7843390

Description

Exquisitely renovated top to bottom originally built in 1922 this classic two story Old Northeast home blends both the original era and today's modern upgrades, you’re likely to forget this homes true age. When restoring this gorgeous home original wood and bricks were salvaged and reused in the final product. Inviting quintessential front porch and a masterpiece custom front door are your first fabulous impressions of whats to come! Formal front living room/office with built-in lead you into the generous family room, open kitchen, and dining room complete with a wine/beverage cooler. Inside utility room located off of the 2 car garage equipped with a large mudroom. Many upgrades including hurricane rated windows and doors as well as Icynene insulation help to make this home energy efficient in every way. The first floor is open, spacious and perfect for those who like to entertain. Wonderful back patio and room to play. Second floor is a dream come true with spacious bedrooms, envious custom closets, and updated bathrooms. The master suite with two large walk ins, huge master bathroom with dual sinks, tub and separate shower and private balcony. Surround sound with six zone access panel and LCD touch screen panels throughout house. You have to see to believe the quality and detail involved in this restoration. Located on a corner lot in one of the most coveted of St Petersburg neighborhoods only minutes from the waterfront & vibrant Downtown.

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