Thursday, September 21, 2006

Orlando Historic Mansion Could Be Yours

A Victorian era home built in 1887, and called the O'Neal house, will be auctioned off on 10/7/06 to the highest bidder, which is located on Lake Cherokee in the heart of downtown Orlando. This home has been updated through the years an offers polished wood floors, fireplace with ornate carvings, upgraded kitchen, pool, 5 bedrooms, and 4.5 baths. This home is two of surviving six homes located on once called "Honeymoon Row" because prominent newly weds livef here at once called Lake Minnie rather than Lake Cherokee. This home is a historic landmark and comes with restriction that require the owner to obtain permission to make any changes. Four of the original homes have been torn down, but regulations require as much preservation as possible.

There will be no minimum bid. The bidder must put down $25K in cash or cashiers check and 10% due on day of auction and remaining balance within 30 days. This property is estimating to be sold from $1-2 million. Courtesy of Orlando Sentinel 9/21/06.