1908 – Pensacola, FL

Added to OHD on 1/10/14   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments

1550 N 13th Ave, Pensacola, FL 32503

  • 5 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 4832 Sq Ft
  • 0.49 Ac.
Fantastic turn of the century East Hill Victorian ready for it's second life. Much of the home is still original including, moldings, wood floors, doors, hardware and fireplaces. Deep porches on both the first and second levels. Outstanding architecture seated on a beautiful tree shaded block of East Hill. The home is located on four city lots. The home is 3,248 SF, There is also a heated and cooled 1,584 SF space perfect for an office space, workshop, or garage conversion. Property is zoned residential for use as a school. A new roof was installed in 2005. High ceilings, tall windows, original ornate trim, and wood floors make for a great staring point to bring this historic home back to life. Brokered And Advertised By: Florida's Top Properties, LLC Listing Agent: ERIC MILSTEAD

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10 Comments on 1908 – Pensacola, FL

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  1. John Shiflet says: 5917 comments

    Relatively ornate interior for a post-1900 house. Not sure about the pricing as some Florida properties are surprisingly affordable. East Hill seems to be a desirable Pensacola neighborhood. Some of the light fixtures in this house look quite unique.

  2. says: 1 comments

    Not sure what happened but the airial view now shows an empty lot.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12809 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      What the heck?! They making room for another parking lot? That really sucks. Thank you for letting us know, I’ll sadly mark this as demolished.

  3. johnie williams says: 6 comments

    WOW! what a waste!

  4. SueSue says: 1100 comments
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    1802 Cape

    How can anyone in good conscious tear houses like this down? It just amazes me.

  5. Mystra says: 16 comments

    I don’t know why or how people can demolish a a gorgeous old lady like this. It’s sad and I think I’ll go cry now

  6. looloo says: 12 comments

    It says it was bought by a “school” .
    Interesting that it was demolished rather than restored; but perhaps there are more grants available for building on empty lots?

  7. lem says: 4 comments

    Thats such a shame it was demolished. i hope some one salvaged all the cool little “details” and things

  8. Cynthia 'Gigi" says: 3 comments

    This is sad I’m from Pensacola and have been in that property several times. The lady that owned it last used the down stairs as a bridal boutique and a place for wedding ceremonies. She was ill and unfortunately let the home fall into serious disrepair and with the homes location I guess someone felt it better to tear it down instead of doing the work. Really sad because as you can see the bones and a lot of the architectural features from that time period remained intact.

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