This 19th century Oakland bed and breakfast can be yours for under a million dollars
This stylish and spacious five-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom house is more than just a place to spread out — it's a working business, a traditional Central Florida bed and breakfast. And it's ready to become yours for just $945,555, with estimated mortgage payments at about $4,000 a month.
Located on N. Tubb Street in Oakland, about 20 minutes west of Orlando, the 5,614-square-foot lodge is a distinctive 19th century Oakland manor house, seated in a 0.8-acre park like setting. It's been "carefully restored to preserve and enhance its original beauty with abundant woodworking, tall windows, 10-foot ceilings and elegant staircases," according to Judy Black of Upside Real Estate, Inc.
French doors connect the formal dining and living room to a grand Florida room with a hot tub and outdoor porch. The kitchen features a modern island, stainless-steel appliances, three sinks and huge pantry. The master suite on the first floor has a soaking tub and a private apartment for you, the future innkeepers. The second floor has four themed bedroom suites, with an upstairs living room and porch, all with views of Lake Apopka.
The roof, air conditioning and electrical work have all been updated, with internet access in all rooms, for its use as a boutique B&B and wellness center. There are video camera and sprinkler systems in place. The West Orange Trail runs through the neighborhood, too, offering easy biking to nearby Winter Garden and the Oakland Nature Preserve is another local treasure.
All of the furniture is included too — excluding only the artwork — so you can get guests in right away.
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