The historic Beasley House in Sarasota is now on the market for $775K
The Beasley House, a bright pink historic gem in Sarasota, is now on the market for $775,000.
Built in 1926 by renown architecture team Francis Palmer Smith and Robert Smith Pringle, the Mediterranean Revival home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is located at 7706 Westmoreland Dr.
Remarkably, the home still retains much of its original charm. Though the 2,682-square-foot home has all new windows, a new HVAC system, a completely renovated kitchen and master bath, the listing says it still has the original plank wood floors, paired Doric columns, antique iron fixtures, crown molding, wood burning fireplaces and more.
The home also features a heated courtyard pool and a detached 3-car garage.
In the early 1920s, Smith and Pringle were responsible for a wealth of well-known homes and buildings throughout the southeastern United States, including the Art Deco landmark William-Oliver building in Atlanta, the historic Lynch building in Jacksonville and Sarasota's Orange Blossom Hotel and the Sarasota Terrace Hotel. The two were even hired to design the first Coca-Cola plants that produced the now iconic contour glass bottle.
The listing agent is Lisa Kartz of Sarabay Real Estate Inc.
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