STATUS: For Sale AS IS SUBDIVISION: OLD NORTHWOOD CITY: West Palm Beach PRICE: $565,000.00 U.S. Dollars Firm BEDROOMS: 2 BATHS: 1 SQUARE FOOTAGE: Living: 1221+ Total: 1809 Trustee's Estate Sale - West Palm Beach Home Being Sold "As Is" Download Flyer 1. Concrete tile roof replaced in March 2005 2. New Kitchen counters and cabinets in 2005 3. New garbage disposal 2005 4. New ceramic tile in kitchen and dining room 2005 5. Wood floors refinished 2005 6. Glass enclosed Florida Room 7. Double lot (100 x 125) with room to expand and for pool 8. Garage has a commode 9. Situated in desirable Northwood District 10. Walking distance to Intracoastal 11. New lighting fixtures in Master Bedroom, Kitchen & Living Room This charming vintage home was built in 1953 and has a total square footage of 1809. Situated on a large, 100 x 125 double lot, it has a private, walled courtyard with in-ground spa and glass enclosed Florida Room. It also features two cement decks - one with a brick B-B-Q. In 2005 the home was renovated. The kitchen has been renovated, with new counters, cabinets, disposal and tile floors. The cement tile roof was replaced, the interior and exterior of the home were repainted and a texturized, knockdown finish was applied to the interior walls. The breakfast nook and dining room also received new tile floors. New lighting was installed in the kitchen, master bedroom and living room. The wood floors were refinished as well. It has a 1-car garage. The home is spacious and homey with old-world charm. It has a large living room with two, pocket, sliding French doors leading to the dining room, a breakfast nook, and kitchen. There are two bedrooms - one large, the other smaller, a full bath and a commode in the garage A glass enclosed Florida room overlooks the patio and spa area. The large back yard features numerous fruit trees - Mango, Lichee Nut and Tangerine. There is ample room for a swimming pool or to add on. Although the home does not have a central air conditioning or heating system, it does have three window air conditioning units. Homes in the area are currently selling in the $400,000 to $1,500,000 range. Market prices in the area continue to rise due to their proximity to improvements in downtown West Palm Beach, New City Place, Uptown Downtown, the Convention Center and the continued demand for homes in the area. Serious buyers only please. We would appreciate it if potential buyers would be pre-qualified, with a letter of pre-qualification from their lenders prior to requesting a showing. This is an estate sale, the property is being sold "As Is" and the sale is subject to approval by the trustee. This sale is not a distress sale. The home will be sold at the highest and best price. Real Gem of a home. Home has been in the same family since its initial construction and purchase in 1953. Sq. Footage BASE AREA 1,221 FINISHED ENCLOSED PORCH 260 FINISHED STORAGE 40 UNFINISHED GARAGE 288 Total 1,809
Views Of the Exterior
Views of the House Interior
BREAKFAST NOOK AREA - DOOR TO CARPORT & GARAGE
LARGER DINING AREA
BATHROOM- TUB & SHOWER- Linen Closet & Hamper
MAIN BEDROOM - Two Large Closets
SECOND BEDROOM- Smaller
HALL FACING SMALL BEDROOM JACUZZI
This home is centrally located located two blocks from Flagler.3 blocks from Bus route. Minutes to Downtown West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Palm Beach International Airport and Schools. Nearby is famous Palm Beach with shopping along Worth Avenue, and much more. In West Palm Beach, ride along Flagler Drive by the Intracoastal Waterway and look out at the boats. Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach offers music, restaurants,nightclubs, shopping and people watching. In West Palm Beach and the surrounding area there are a number of newer luxury condo projects. In addition, in West Palm Beach there is the Old Northwood Historic District, a neighborhood dating from the 1920's with interesting architecture. There is much more to see and do in the West Palm Beach area. Map of 311 31st Ct
West Palm Beach, FL 33407-4903, US
Old Northwood was developed from 1920 to 1927 -- the height of the city's real estate boom. The Pinewood Development Co., whose partners were David F. Dunkle, Orrin Randolph and G.W. Bingham, platted and developed the area, most of which had been owed by the Rev. Elbridge Gale.
Gale, a professor of horticulture, settled here in 1884. He grew tasty Haden mangoes on the property, but later his son converted the land to a poultry farm. Gale's cabin, built around 1888, was one of the first built on the west side of Lake Worth, on what is now the middle of 29th Street and Poinsettia Avenue. Later the cabin was moved, and it is believed the house at 401 29th St. was built around that cabin, somewhere between 1900 and 1910.
Old Northwood became a neighborhood of what was considered extravagant Mediterranean revival, mission and frame vernacular houses, at $30,000 to $36,000. The buyers were professionals, entrepreneurs and tradesmen. Among them was Dunkle, who was mayor of West Palm Beach.
There are houses here designed by notable architects John Volk (best known for his Palm Beach houses), William Manly King (who designed Palm Beach High School and the Armory Arts Center) and Henry Steven Harvey (whose Seaboard Railroad Passenger Station on Tamarind Avenue is listed in the National Register of Historic Places).
The neighborhood became a West Palm Beach historic district in 1991 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places in June 1994.
This home is centrally located located two blocks from Flagler.3 blocks from Bus route. Minutes to Downtown West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Palm Beach International Airport and Schools.
Nearby is famous Palm Beach with shopping along Worth Avenue, and much more. In West Palm Beach, ride along Flagler Drive by the Intracoastal Waterway and look out at the boats. Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach offers music, restaurants, nightclubs, shopping and people watching. In West Palm Beach and the surrounding area there are a number of newer luxury condo projects. In addition, in West Palm Beach there is the Old Northwood Historic District, a neighborhood dating from the 1920's with interesting architecture. There is much more to see and do in the West Palm Beach area.
. IF SERIOUSLY INTERESTED MAKE CONTACT FOR VIEWING AND MAKE OFFER BELOW.
Phone: 1 386 677 6311 "ONLY" if pre-qualified financially.