Property Type: Commercial

Full Baths: 7.00

List Date: 12-03-2018

Year Built: 1890

0 Sq. Ft.

3,461 Total Sq. Ft.


Property Description

The ''Crown Jewel'' of Cocoa Village. This historic home is over 125 years old and was relocated by river barge and lovingly restored in it's current location in quaint Cocoa Village. The property is currently run as a bed & breakfast/income property but would make an extravagant personal residence, restaurant, office building, or professional retreat. The home is a nostalgic reminder of a bygone era with exceptional Merritt Island hardwood pine floors and detailed woodwork finishes such as an the 1890's style banister. It's truly a gem and one-of-a-kind historic property just steps to dining, shopping, entertainment and events in Historic Cocoa Village. There are very few homes like this, and you're likely to fall in love with this homes unique charm and history.


Street

Delannoy Avenue

County

Brevard

Listing Status

Active

Tax Year

2018

Utilities

Public Sewer, Public Water, Telephone, Water Available

ZipCode

Subdivision

DAVIDSON-BENEDICT CO

Property Status

Active

Construction

Frame

Roof Type

Metal

Tax Amount

$5,828

HOA

No

HOA Dues

$0.00


536 Delannoy AvenueCocoa, FL 32922

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