105 Northeast 7th Street Delray Beach, Florida
Northeast 7th Street, Delray Beach, Florida. In the Del Ida Park Historic District, just off Swinton Avenue, this picturesque setting is only about mile north of famous Atlantic Avenue.
An enchanting blend of Old Florida charm and modern living, this authentic 1942 cottage is picture-perfect after a complete renovation inside and out. Majestic shade trees, flowering plantings, and special night lighting add to the timeless first impression. In the backyard oasis, leafy foliage secludes the brick-terraced outdoor living space ideal for relaxing by the heated pool and flickering gas-flame firepit. There is a lovely dining area sheltered under a pergola with remote-controlled louvers.
Original design elements are complemented by select finishes and today’s amenities in this inviting four-bedroom, four-bath residence totaling 3,276+/- square feet. Features include a recently replaced roof and tankless water heater, plus storm shutters on all windows.
Entered from the beautifully tiled front porch, the airy bay-windowed living room radiates classic charm with its original wood-burning fireplace, wood floors, and tongue-and-groove-paneled ceiling, and is fitted with built-in bookcases. Complete with a wine closet, the dining room flows open to the family room, combined with the gourmet kitchen in one large space – highlighted by a beamed cathedral ceiling – leading outdoors by the pool. The kitchen is outfitted with crisp white cabinetry, granite counters, and Jenn-Air appliances including an induction range. There are Electrolux appliances in the laundry/utility room. Opening to the pool terrace from its own wing, the lovely master suite is comfortably spacious, complete with a sitting area, walk-in closet, and marble bath. Another wing contains two more bedrooms with two baths. Upstairs, a private bedroom suite featuring a sitting area with kitchenette is perfect for guests, extended family, or a nanny.
Type: Residential – Single Family
Beds: 4 Baths: 4
Total Sq. Ft.: N/A
Year Built: 1942