Own — and live in — a piece of the Roaring ’20s with this Lake Eola Heights home up for sale

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Orlando has a tendency to bulldoze its own history more often than not, but this elegant manse at 408 E. Harwood St. flies in the face of that with style. This house, located in the Lake Eola Heights Historic District of downtown Orlando — within a stone's throw of Lake Eola and Thornton Park — was built in the 1920s and is still standing tall as a monument to classic architecture.

The two-story home boasts 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, along with a covered front porch to take in all the neighborhood action. Features include wood and ceramic tile flooring, a claw-foot tub in one bathroom, and a brand-new metal roof. And against all odds, the house somehow has a basement.

Get yourself a piece of history.

The listing agent is Lisa Hill of Keller Williams at the Parks.

Photos via Zillow.