Palm Beach 2005: 728 Penn St ($675 000, 3 bed, 2 bath)


An Oasis in Downtown West Palm Beach So aptly named, “Oasis” awaits the lucky home buyer with a style all its own: This 1920's Spanish Mission style home is completely updated, yet retains all of it’s best historic character. And the location can’t be beat: a 5 minute walk from CityPlace and just a stone’s throw from Howard Park and the Armory Art Center.


This gorgeously renovated home features original Dade county pine/hard wood floors, new Brazilian granite counter tops, solid oak kitchen cabinets, Mexican tile kitchen floor and stainless steel appliances. The master bath is completely re-created in the classic 1920’s style: white hex-tile floors, subway tile walls and new large clawfoot tub with pedestal sink, even original 1920’s soap and toothbrush holders over the sink.


Other notable features of this 1920’s gem are a slate-covered fireplace, spacious 10x 20 master bedroom, TV room/den with cypress ceilings, all original, beautifully stripped and stained solid wood doors, Mexican tile floor atrium, brand new central air, massive espresso-stained solid wood valances and Tiffany-style hanging light fixtures throughout.


This property is offered furnished. Outside, experience an amazingly lush tropical landscape, and a private, secure/fenced back yard with spa and hammock. This unique property on a quiet little street is truly an exotic oasis of timeless style, beauty and serene privacy, just outside the city life of Downtown West Palm Beach and CityPlace!


Other Features: Professional dense tropical landscaping with timer sprinkler system - High end ceiling fans – Landscape lighting – Utility/storage room – Broken tile walkway – Custom cypress and pine ceilings – Professionally renovated/all work permitted Tented/bonded in 2005






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