Friday, August 3, 2012

A yummy Spanish style home in our little town…

I’ve passed by this home….many a time.

Landscaped it in my minds eye

it always looked a bit…well…undone on the outside

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But I could see she was a beaut.

I stepped inside the other day yes I was invited

And fell in love :: cue soppy music ::

Mizner Style 1930’s…one of the first of the homes in our little town…

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It has been owned by one family the whole time

so... has so much integrity

and original fixtures and fittings

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You can really feel the soul of this home in the gorgeous floors and windows and doors

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and it doesn’t scream ostentatious which a few or more than a few homes around these parts do

But it DOES have ten bedrooms and 6 baths

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AND the original kitchen…or semi original kid you not.

Dayum I love that sink…Now THAT is a baby washing sink!

So…this vintage mission house was for sale for 696K

I thought I can figure that out…somehow we could swing that.

Um…I missed the 2 mill in front of the 695K

…nevamind…

But maybe you can swing it….check it out here

15 comments:

Carla Aston said...

So cool. Loved the tour and that sink is the best!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Right, Carla? I'll be looking for it at my local Habitat when whoever the lucky soul buys the house...and WE KNOW they are ripping out the sink. I'll put it in the barn we are going to renovate (one decade!). Yep.

helen tilston said...

A beautiful home. I hope the new owners keep the kithen sink

An Urban Cottage said...

Beautiful place. Not only is the sink cool but the exposed pipes are a great detail.

VirginiaC said...

What a lovely house....sometimes the older details are what creates the true beauty of the home...thanks for the tour.

Shorely Chic said...

so beautiful, so much character and that kitchen!!! You should send that over to House of Turq, she'd get a kick!

Vix said...

The upside of them being the type to leave the landscaping alone is that (as you say) they left the original details more or less intact!

What a gorgeous place -- and that sink is a conversation starter for sure. Thanks for the tour!

Farmgirl Paints said...

First of all look at all those palm trees! You had me all excited at the price too.

anita said...

GORGEOUSNess Linda! I love mizner architecture. I have quite a few books about his work and homes. When in WPB i took myself on a tour of his buildings. True old Florida! Loved the tour, ty

likeschocolate said...

What a gorgeous home!

Deborah said...

Dayum indeed!!! I love that the home has been in the family all these years. **kisses** Deb

Jo said...

Such a beautiful place. Love that sink!

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

I see Shorely Chic sure knows me! I LOVE that kitchen!!! The entire home is great though! Thank you for the tour!

SHERRY HART said...

Whoa mama.....what a house! Could so do that one up huh????

sinuse jill said...

So amazing really beautiful image. Thanks.

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