October 10, 2018 | Jack Jenkins Homes
The property boasts original Saltillo terra cotta tile
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Location: Nokomis, Florida
Located on the gulf coast of Florida about one hour south of Tampa, this 2.8-acre Mediterranean-inspired estate boasts waterfront access and a coveted spot on the National Register of Historic Places.
The main home’s Spanish Eclectic design was constructed in 1925 using stucco over a hollow clay tile with 156 feet of water frontage on Dona Bay. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath main residence includes original Saltillo terra cotta tile, hardwood floors, and a large family room that opens to an outdoor patio.
Outside, full-growth banyan trees, paver pathways, and lush landscaping compliment a 1930s guest house that also boasts a wood slat ceiling and fireplace. A pool and spa is the focal point of the extensive outdoor entertaining spaces, and palm trees add to the outdoor ambiance, too.
If this boating oasis looks just your style, 218 Pocono Trail E is on the market now for $2,489,000.
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