The historic Harris Grove House was built in approximately 1910 as the main home for the orange grove with views of Lake Sylvan and is one of Winter Park’s finest gems. This home features extensive architectural details true to its time plus modern-day amenities, and perches atop a large grassy corner lot on one of the most beautiful streets in town.
This property has a total of 4,720 square feet of living space with total lot size of 0.52 acre, which includes the main home at 1624 Roundelay that is four bedroom, three bath with 4,232 square feet, and guest cottage...
The upstairs master suite was added in 1987 and encompasses the entire second floor including additional bonus room, double sided fireplace, views of Lake Sylvan, walk-in closet, and bathroom with separate tub and glass enclosed shower.
The detached one bedroom, one bath guest cottage is cozy and precious with kitchen with small oven/cooktop/refrigerator. House features include tall ceilings, heart pine floors, historically correct paint colors and wallpaper, crown molding, custom built-ins, French doors, abundant storage, oversized rooms, millwork like beadboard detail and beamed ceilings, plantation shutters, and authentic stained glass.
Renovations include roof/gutters 2009; ACs 2015 and 2020; refrigerator 2014; other renovations and upgraded electrical and systems in 1987. This prized location has been deeded to Winter Park luminaries such as Wilson Phelps, John A. Harris, and Frederick W. Cady throughout the course of its life.
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