The Historic Old Northeast is already one of the dreamiest neighborhoods in the Sunshine City. The paved brick streets, biking mail carriers, hex block sidewalks, hidden murals in the alleyways, and quick access to North Shore Park are just a few of the hallmarks of this waterfront neighborhood. One home in particular just earned national praise.
A listing represented by Sharon Kantner and Brian Waechter of Smith & Associates Real Estate has been selected as a winner in the HGTV Ultimate House Hunt 2020, an annual online promotion held on HGTV.com that features extraordinary real estate listings.
More than 1.5 million votes were cast to determine the winners among 89 finalists in eight categories: Amazing Kitchens, Beachfront Homes, Big City Digs, Homes with a History, Countryside Retreats, The contest is one of the channel’s most popular contests, generating more than one million votes last year.
“Located in the Old Northeast, the property exudes the highest quality in architectural design and craftsmanship while maintaining the period moldings, finishes, and heart pine wood floors throughout,” Smith & Associates noted in a press release. The property sits on a corner lot and boasts 3 porches, 4 gas fireplaces, heated and cooled swimming pool, legal detached income-producing one-bedroom Carriage House with full kitchen and bath, a two-car garage and a privately fenced motor court with electronic gate.
Says listing agent Sharon Kantner, “From foundation to finish, this 1910 Craftsman home is a historic gem and a quintessential example of doing a historic restoration the right way!”
The winning home will receive editorial exposure on HGTV.com, as well as the prestige of being selected as a fan favorite.
To view the listing and all winning properties, click here.
Craftsman style home in the Old Northeast neighborhood of St. Petersburg is the winner of a national contest on HGTV. Located at 756 Bay Street NE St Petersburg, FL 33701