Just Sold 2304 N Morgan St

Introducing this beautifully restored 1906 bungalow in Tampa Heights. Receiving the Tampa Preservation, Inc. award in 1996, this charming home’s careful preservation carries on the history of Tampa’s first suburb. Approaching from the quiet street, a large and welcoming front porch is framed beautifully with detailed Ionic columns. Through the front door you are greeted by a spacious living room accented with a fully functional fireplace and ornate mantle, making it the focal point of the room. Natural light graces the space exquisitely and 12’ ceilings throughout makes it open and airy. Take note of the many details such as the glass door knobs salvaged from the 1920‘s era Soreno Hotel in St. Petersburg, 9’’ floor trim, original knotty pine hardwood floors in the main spaces and the decorative millwork framing each door way. As part of the renovation process, the original windows were stripped with sash and weights restored. Cook and entertain guests with ease in the centrally located kitchen featuring a large peninsula and eat-in space. Wainscoting and an original built-in cupboard add to the historic detail of this charming yet modern space.

Two large bedrooms on the north side feature corner closets and ornate chandeliers add a touch of elegance to each room. A third bedroom will be found at the rear of the home. All bedrooms share a full updated bath. Off the kitchen sits a large family room that once was the location of the original kitchen and could easily double as a separate dining space or an office. Unlike many homes of this era, this charmer comes with a large laundry/utility room with plenty of room for storage. The backyard offers many possibilities! Have your large shaded oasis or build a 2 car garage and upstairs apartment with access to the alley. Within minutes of all that Tampa Heights has to offer! Less than 1 mile to Armature Works, Hall on Franklin, Tampa Riverwalk and Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. Five minute Uber ride to Historic Ybor City. Centrally located for easy access to I-275, I-4 and Downtown Tampa. Do not miss the opportunity to carry on this historic stewardship!