This light-filled midcentury bungalow in the highly sought after West-of-Trail neighborhood of Hudson Bayou has a large corner lot and the charm of the authentic Sarasota lifestyle, and a Seibert home. Wake to the sunrise and enjoy dinner under the vibrant sunset on the screened back porch. With original hardwood floors throughout and a classy simplicity, the home's many large windows bring in the lush beauty of the tropical fruit trees, including mango, sugar apple, and saporadilla. There is a wide living room, two good sized bedrooms flank a full bathroom, and the kitchen flows into the dining room with a sliding glass door to the porch. The utility room at the back of the carport currently holds the laundry, but could be finished and accessed through the kitchen to offer an additional half bath. The large fenced in back yard has plenty of room for a pool or to add additional living space or an ADU. Walk around the corner to the neighborhood park and deeded access to the Hudson Bayou where you can kayak out to the Bay. Located in the desirable Southside Elementary district, walk or bike to the botanical gardens, Marina Jack's and Southside village to enjoy the cultural events, shops and restaurants downtown. Sarasota Memorial Hospital is just a couple blocks to the south. Plumbing and electrical were updated by a prior owner, and the City has just completed additional infrastructure making reclaimed water and natural gas available.
Listing courtesy of CHROME REALTY LLC.
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