A historic Orlando home that has belonged to Al French, the team behind Hamburger Mary’s is once again on the market

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Delaney Manor has lived several lives. The Greek Revival home in Lake Cherokee was built in 1921 by one of the founders of Orlando Regional Hospital and eventually fell into the hands of notorious developer Al French.

The home was restored by Michael Rogier and John Paonessa, famously the owners of Church Street drag institution Hamburger Mary's. They did such a bang-up job that the home was once-used as a home design showcase by the Orlando Opera Guild.

The lovingly restored home is currently on the market for $2.1 million. It's represented by Katherine Kinchla of Keller Williams Realty.

Photos via Realtor. 

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