Gorgeous 3/2 Home on 5 Acres,
Cross Fenced with Barn & Stalls
DeSoto County
7674 Environmental Lab St. Arcadia, FL 34266

MLS:  C7243536   

List Price: $379,000

 GORGEOUS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH HOME ON 5 ACRES. As you pull into the circle driveway, a gated entrance with scattered oak trees welcome you to this beautiful, well maintained property.

 Custom split floor plan home offers over 1800 sq ft., wood and brick flooring, large kitchen with solid wooden cabinets, pot filler above stove and Corian counter tops. 

The open living room with voluminous ceilings has a center, brick, wood-burning fireplace. Spacious master bedroom has a decorative brick nook, walk in closets, with newly renovated on-suite bathroom with dual shower heads, and large, tiled shower. 

This home is the perfect home for the country lover in you. 2x4 Cross-fenced with Barn, Stalls, and Round pens ready for your horses, cattle, or 4-H project. High powered irrigation set up for the entire 5 acres. 

Appreciate the quiet and solitude in nature and relax on your expansive front or back porch. 

Property is located conveniently off highly desired Kings Hwy area with a 15 min drive to either Arcadia, I-75, or Port Charlotte. This property won't last long!!

Did You Know?
Brick In History
One of the first building materials were mud bricks, molded by hand and dried in the sun for days. Later, bricks were made of clay and fired in kilns to create astrong, lasting material. The raw materials that were required to make bricks were plentiful, and brick-making quickly became a trade. Bricks are commonly made of a combination of clay and sand. The mineral content of the brick determines what color the brick will be. For instance, red bricks contain more iron, while whiter bricks have higher iron content. Throughout history, bricks have been used in every culture, from the Ancient Chinese to the Romans. People viewed brick as a stronger material than wood, as it was resilient to fire, rot, and pests. Brick has been used to build everything from homes to barriers to tombs.
Brick is the oldest human manufactured flooring material, and its use dates back thousands of years. Historically it has often been employed as an alternative to stone and was commonly used in the construction of houses and manors that did not require the protective qualities of real stone. With the rise of cities, it surged in popularity, due largely to the fact that it was a relatively durable, inexpensive, and fireproof building material. Because of its storied  history brick flooring often has a familiar feeling that causes it to be associated with simple spaces. It shares many of the visual and textural qualities of natural stone, and so lends itself to use in rustic and primitive settings.  Over time the surface of a brick floor will weather which will enhance these characteristics, causing the material to look even more classic and antiqued. This can give the floor a unique sense of personality which can help to define an  environment.
Source:  The Spruce and Homeadvisor
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Walt Bethel
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
1133 Bal Harbor Blvd, Suite 1129
Punta Gorda, FL 33950