1610 Osceola Street

Built c.1922 by A.F. Perry, Jr., this Tudor Revival or Cotswold Cottage style home is an adorable slice of English architecture in Florida. Features of this style include a prominent 1610 Osceola-2-Editcentral chimney and steeply sloped roof. The home has many original features including wood flooring, windows and doors.

Recent updates to the home include repainting all the interior walls, restored plaster ceilings, painted cabinets and new light fixtures. The home was previously extensively updated c.2007. One of the homeowner’s favorite features of this house is the fireplace in
the living room and the central chimney. The fireplace creates a more welcoming atmosphere, with a hearth at the center. In this home, people gather around the fireplace, and not around a television – no TV’s are in the house!

The homeowner considers the home a storybook house in the neighborhood, and looks forward to integrating a wildlife-friendly living garden into the landscape. Events at the home have been featured in Edible Northeast magazine and First Coast magazine.

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