If you’re in the market for an old Spanish house from the 1920s, here’s a great choice. It is believed to have been designed by Pringle and Smith, the architects who built two of our town’s famous old hotels—the Orange Blossom and the Sarasota Terrace (now the County Administration Building). It dates back to 1926 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

The home has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Lots of original features, including several fire places, wood floors, and iron fixtures. It’s been nicely renovated in a way that complements its traditional style. The master bath is particularly nice—extra large, with a clawfoot tub and separate shower. All the bedrooms are on the second floor, and although the home is not directly on the water, you can see the bay from a second floor terrace. 

The home is located in Whitfield and boasts a great pool and outdoor living area. Be sure and check out the pics; the current owner has a fantastic collection of rugs, including three spectacular Chinese Art Deco ones in the living room and den.

7706 Westmoreland Drive is priced at $775,000. For more info call Lisa Kartz of Sarabay Realty at (941) 355-7696.

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