This historic Neoclassic revival estate is steeped in Orlando history. It is considered the crown jewel of Lake Copeland, the S.J. Sligh House was built in 1930 by its namesake, a wealthy citrus magnate from Ocala. Nestled on an extraordinary lakefront property in the heart of Orlando, the three-story residence features four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and nearly 4,000 square feet of living space. The impeccable attention to detail is evident upon entry, where a stunning spiral staircase welcomes guests. Detailed millwork is displayed throughout the home and is complemented by sumptuous original hardwood floors. Three fireplaces, a sunroom, parlor, formal living room, dining room, butler’s pantry and basement are among the home’s many charming details. Outside, the gated estate is surrounded by mature landscaping and 100-year-old oak trees. The backyard gazebo offers spectacular views of Downtown Orlando. A detached carriage house includes two parking spaces and a portico attached to the main house. The generous property is large enough to accommodate a pool should the new owner desire. This home represents a rare opportunity to own real estate of historical significance in the Central Florida market. Tour this magnificent estate to truly appreciate its charm, craftsmanship and timeless appeal.
Listing courtesy of Premier Sothebys Int'l Realty.
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