June 09, 2022

Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million

If you're going to spend over a million dollars on a home in the Orlando area, at least buy one with some character.

To any potential Lake Nona or Windermere buyers looking to drop seven figures on a suburban monstrosity, may we first suggest this gorgeous Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights? The circa 1925 home at 611 E Concord St. has been kept in immaculate condition with a herringbone wood floor that will wow any visitors.

The 3-bed, 2.5 bath home is in walking distance of downtown and boasts a gorgeous garden and a stunning paved patio. The 2500 square foot home is on the market for $1.1 million. The listing is represented by the owner, real estate agent Carolyn Burleson-Webb.
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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Historic Queen Anne in Lake Eola Heights hits the market for $1.1 million
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