April 22, 2022

This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K

In spite of the Spanish influence of...well, all of Florida, Mission style homes are a rarity on this coast.

Area home builders tend to go for neo-Tuscan, British Colonial and the all-American Big Tech modernist box when building their homes in Central Florida. That might be the first giveaway that this Sanford home was built outside of our recent recurring real estate bubbles. The circa 1910 home is a gorgeous pop of color on an otherwise bland landscape of Toll Brothers homes.

The craftsmanship on display is also from another time, hooking you with a gorgeous entryway and carrying you through room after room of beautiful floors and tasteful paint choices. The 1200 square foot, 2 bed 1 bath is tiny by the bloated standards of our never-ending sprawl but more than accommodating to  a small family or couple.


The sellers are asking for $339,000. The listing is represented by Sherrie K. Wysong of Re/Max.
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This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
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This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
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This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
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This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
Realtor
This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
Realtor
This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
Realtor
This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
Realtor
This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
Realtor
This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
Realtor
This Mission-style Sanford home stands out at $340K
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