This vintage bungalow in Old Towne Orange is “a ‘wow’ home,” states Tony Trabucco of Orange Realty, the listing representative.
For one point, it was integrateded 1899.
The renovated, three-bedroom Specialist is a blend olden and also new. Original Douglas fir floors, an antique front deck and a historic carriage house show its beginnings. Modern features consist of an open floor plan, Sub-Zero refrigerator as well as an updated shower room with marble counters and also a jetted bathtub for 2.
Outdoors are fully grown fruit trees, vegetable gardens, and a pergola with an above-ground medical spa.
The 1,336-square-foot house, at 225 East Palmyra Ave., has a perk. It’s covered by the Mills Act, which offers property owners substantial tax breaks for preserving historic commercial properties.
Evidently, a person, likely more compared to one individual, did claim “wow.” Your home was provided on Aug. 19 as well as remained in escrow by the 25th.
We’ll see exactly what it offers for.