This Historic Spanish Colonial estate, circa 1927, was built by architect John Roberts for the Patterson family. This home has been completely restored to its glory, keeping in mind the conveniences of today’s living. The unique teak flooring imported from India is interconnected with an exquisite butterfly design and secured with pegs (no nails used).
Imported from Spain, the beautiful suspended staircase makes a grand entrance to the home. This home showcases architecturally detailed rooms throughout and includes arched mahogany doors opening into the parlors. Besides the staircase, an elevator connects to the second floor. A corner fireplace with a tapered flue sets the stage for the study/card room.
The updated and renovated kitchen includes modernized appliances and cabinetry while still preserving the fabulous fireplace. The sunroom with its pecky cypress ceiling and Cuban tiled fountain make a magnificent view onto the approximately two acre property.
A one bedroom separate guesthouse with an oversized garage also sits on the property. This property is a one of a kind with its architectural details and modern updates. Listing company makes no representation as to accuracy of square footage. Alarm is on. See virtual tour attached for video showing of the house.
WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE HOME
Its colorful history. The midtown location with easy access to downtown activities and cultural events. A meticulous restoration. Historic and unique yet modern and functional for today’s family.