January 2020

Found 6 blog entries for January 2020.

We're excited to share that our newest listing, 3886 Eloise Street, went under contract in just four days! We still wanted to feature this gorgeous renovation in Avondale.

The updates on this move-in ready home include new electric,new HVAC, new plumbing, new roof, and restored original hardwoods.

 

Enjoy open concept living and entertain in this beautiful kitchen which features shaker style cabinetry, quartz countertops, marble backsplash, and a large farmhouse sink.

 

The master en suite features vaulted ceilings, a double sink vanity, frameless glass shower and a walk in closet.

Presented by Glenn Chandler | 904.504.6267 | Glenn@bloomrealty.com

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Riverside Avondale Preservation recently announced the date for their 2020 Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held on Thursday, February 20 from 7-8:30pm at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd at 1100 Stockton Street. 

The annual meeting will include announcing the 2020 Preservation Award Winners, as well as a special presentation from Dr. Wayne Wood. He will be sharing the first lecture of an eight-part series entitled the Riverside Avondale Historic Institute; this presentation will be on "The History of Riverside". 

Visit the event page to stay up to date on event details.

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This beautifully renovated bungalow is on a huge lot in Murray Hill. Built in 1941, this bungalow features 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. All of the systems have been updated, and the 3.5'' oak floors have been beautifully refinished.

The kitchen features a large farm sink, stainless steel Samsung appliance package, white shaker cabinets, and Carrara marble countertops.

 

The bathroom features new beadboard wainscoting, Pottery Barn medicine cabinet mirror, new subway tile, marble hex floor, refinished original tub, new Kohler Memoirs toilet and sink.

 

All of the exterior doors have been replaced and the windows are newer. The yard is fully fenced and larger than average, with 160' to the rear fence.

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We're thrilled to present our newest listing; welcome home to 3336 Oak Street in beautiful Avondale! This stately brick historic home has the best of both worlds: 1920s charm with modern convenience in mind. 

As you walk through the home, you'll notice the incredible natural light throughout each room.

The gourmet kitchen features marble countertops and quality stainless steel appliances. 


The main home has three spacious bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, plus two beautiful sunrooms that create additional space for a playroom, cozy den, or home office. 

It's easy to unwind in the spa like bathroom in the owner's suite, with double vanities and a spacious shower.

You'll find a lovely guest suite above the

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There are two upcoming workshops that are focusing on tree care. While they are being hosted in Riverside Avondale, the information shared will be beneficial for all Jacksonville residents. 

The first workshop is occurring on Saturday, January 11th and is focused on pruning young trees. The event will run from 9:30-10:30am, and is hosted by Friends of Boone Park South and Riverside Avondale Preservation (RAP). According to the event description, "the best way to prevent structural failure of trees during storms is to maintain them properly. This workshop will offer hands on demonstrations of pruning techniques for homeowners with young trees. Participants will be able to use the information presented to prune their own trees, or be informed so they

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Springfield Preservation and Revitalization Council (SPAR) will be hosting two historic preservation workshops in the first quarter of 2020. 

The first workshop is COA and Siding Repair, and will be held on January 21. According to the event page, attendees will "learn about [the COA] process, what requires a COA and what does not, and how to be most efficient with your time when it comes to renovating a historic property" as well as "the guidelines the Jacksonville Planning and Development Department uses to determine the appropriateness of repairing and replacing siding in Historic Districts". Registration for this event is available here. Sign-in will begin at 5:30pm, and the workshop will run from 6-7pm. 

 

The second workshop will be

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