Called the "Newton House," this historic gem in St. Pete is an entire vibe in itself.
Located in St. Petersburg;s "Pink Streets" neighborhood at 7001 Bethel Way S., the 2,108-square-foot Spanish Mediterranean bungalow was built in 1925, but has witnessed some seriously impressive upgrades over the years.
The home has two-bedrooms and two-bathrooms and was built around a Mission-style courtyard, which has since been transformed into a fully-enclosed atrium. The Newton House still features the original cement Cuban tile floors, hardwood floors, and marble tile kitchen floors, and comes with a double-sided fireplace made with stone from Stone Mountain, Georgia.
But the best part of this estate is easily the backyard, which sports an 11-foot deep swimming pool, a resurfaced shuffleboard court, and an outdoor dining/entertaining area.
The home is currently asking $850,000 and the listing agents are Holland and Rightmyer of Premier Sothebys International Realty.
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