The historic 'Shady Oaks' Victorian home in Pinellas County is now for sale

Shady Oaks, an amazingly well-preserved Queen Anne Victorian mansion in Pinellas County is back on the market for $624,990.

Built in 1890, the 3,776-square-foot home comes with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and has witnessed some major upgrades throughout the years, including a new roof, siding, pillars, windows, tiles, new insulation, electrical, plumbing, and more.

Shady Oaks is actually the oldest home in Belleair and was originally the office for the Belleair Improvement Company, which helped develop local projects like the Belleview Biltmore Hotel. It was later the home of railroad magnate Morton F. Plant, son of Henry B.Plant.

The home has been on and off the market for the past 10 years. At its peak in 2008, the estate was asking as much as $1.9 million.

The listing agent is Milad Aram Bonyar of Imperial Estates Realty, Inc. 

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The historic 'Shady Oaks' Victorian home in Pinellas County is now for sale
The historic 'Shady Oaks' Victorian home in Pinellas County is now for sale
The historic 'Shady Oaks' Victorian home in Pinellas County is now for sale
The historic 'Shady Oaks' Victorian home in Pinellas County is now for sale
The historic 'Shady Oaks' Victorian home in Pinellas County is now for sale

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