Charming 1945 home between US1 and the river in historical New Smyrna Beach on a corner lot! Close to river, library and the new Live Oak Cultural Center! Enjoy cool evening on the large front porch perfect for a swing. Living room has brick gas fireplace and beautiful original honey colored hardwood floors. There's plenty of eating space in the dining area and eat in kitchen. Lovely windowed sun room off of dining room perfect for an office, den or reading room. Kitchen is full of charm with tile floors and back splash and furniture-style stove top and sink area. You just have to see it! Eating area has big sunny windows to enjoy your morning coffee. There are 2 bathrooms in the main house with a full bath in the 26x28 detached garage. There's also a one car carport for more car storage. All windows have been replaced, 2018 HVAC and both structures have metal roofs. 2009 built garage has plenty of room for cars, boats and toys. Tankless natural gas hot water heater is a great feature!
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204 Cessna Blvd.
Port Orange, FL 32128
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