Listed in the Winter Park register of historic places as a historic landmark, the residence at 1331 Aloma Avenue is significant as an example of Folk Victorian architecture built during the early period of Winter Parkâ€™s development, and for its association with the William Waddell family who were early Winter Park pioneers. Built in 1897, this is a two-story, wood frame Folk Victorian dwelling with a side facing gabled roof. The Waddell house has decorative spindle work and spandrels which include delicate arches on the first floor front porch, and decorative woodwork in the front gable peak. The home has 4 rooms and 2 full bathrooms upstairs with a large landing at the top of the beautiful wooden staircase and a second story balcony in addition to the sprawling front porch. This home has an original cellar as well as an addition downstairs of a half bath off of the kitchen. Original hardware, tile, and wood flooring take you back to the end of the 19th century. Most of the rooms are very large and the home was built with integrity and is still standing strong. The .66 acre grounds include an ancient Camphor tree and several old Magnolias that will force you to stand in awe of their size and beauty. This home is waiting for a lucky buyer to restore it to it's original glory. There are many options for expanding the structure, and rough plans can be shown at the showing. This is truly a remarkable offering. Showings are by appointment only. Please do not enter property without listing agent present.
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