Own a piece of Lakeland’s history, along with architectural character and charm of 1912 with its own property name as “The Deen House.” This house was previously featured on numerous publications, including on the front cover of American Bungalow Magazine. In 2012, the current owners had added to the home restoration to restore the characteristics of nineteenth-century Southern architecture. The luxurious wraparound porch is approximately 1,800 square feet. Many features include stain glass windows, original pocket doors, coffered ceilings, six fireplaces and many unique features that are rare to find in modern day designs. Some modern updates have been added in the main house kitchen and upstairs full baths. For added square footage, the unfinished attic can transform the property into a true three-story home. The property was finished in 1912, with five bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths in the main house, along with a detached guest house with two bedrooms and two full baths. The guest house with 2 beds and 2 bathrooms has its own separate address and can be used as an income-producing rental.
|DIXIELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL||PREK-5||7/10||0.7 mi|
|PHILIP O'BRIEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL||PREK-5||5/10||1 mi|
|MCKEEL ELEMENTARY ACADEMY||K-6||7/10||1 mi|
|LAKELAND MONTESSORI MIDDLE SCHOOL||6-8||6/10||0.4 mi|
|LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE ACADEMY||6-8||8/10||1.1 mi|
|LAKELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL||9-12||7/10||0.7 mi|
|ROSABELLE W. BLAKE ACADEMY||PREK-8||6/10||0.9 mi|