A home in St. Petersburg's Historic Old Northeast neighborhood comes with a bathroom mural designed by one of the area's most recognizable artists.
Located at 635 16th Ave. NE
, the nearly 3,500-square-foot home was built in 1985, and comes with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as hardwood floors, a 92 -bottle built-in wine fridge, a salt water heated pool and spa, and a guest bathroom where artist Chad Mize doodled to his heart's content.
Mize, who is literally known for his doodle-style, is without a doubt a fixture of the St. Pete arts scene, and has his name on some of the area's more popular murals, like his Mr. Sun
and Twiggy pieces on 1st Ave, and Pride and Love
on Central Ave. Mize also recently debuted a new arts venue called Space
, and there's a good chance you've come across his Tampa Bay Rays
custom hats, or his Rhonda Santis
stickers at some point.
But, if you want to own this particular Mize art, it's gonna cost you a bit more than a hat or a sticker.
The current asking price for the Historic Old Northeast home is $2.4 million, and the listing agent is Peter Arner of Compass.