House Hunting | Charlotte County Florida Weekly


8345 Mambo Ave., North Port 34291



There are so many great things about this three-bedroom, two-bath home, it’s hard to know where to begin. When entering through the covered front doorway, you will notice there is tile throughout the living area. Immediately on your left is the kitchen with a light and bright bay window — the perfect place for your morning coffee. Looking straight through the living area, a set of sliding glass doors show off the expansive private backyard.

The kitchen is large and has a breakfast bar that can seat four. There are volume ceilings that make the large living area feel even more spacious. There is a barn door that closes off the second and third bedrooms from the rest of the house so guests can have their privacy, too.

The two-car garage had been previously divided; however, the wall dividing the garage in half is not a permanent structure and is very easily removed, if you wish. The garage door opener is still attached and working. The garage is now heated and cooled, as half had been used as a playroom/laundry room. The front half of the garage is still useable for bikes, motorcycles, kayaks, etc.

In addition, there is also an 11-by-20-foot detached workshop in the backyard. This space would also work well as an art studio, exercise room or any number of other ways. The workshop has electric, a window air conditioner and four great windows to let in plenty of light. The best part: It’s been installed to withstand 150 mph winds. The backyard has a new fence, a swing in the shade and a mango tree.

The icing on the cake: The water heater was replaced in 2018 with a larger, 50-gallon unit; the air conditioner was replaced in 2018; the septic tank was pumped out and inspected in 2019; and the water equipment was just serviced by the installer and parts were replaced as was needed. This is a great home. Come see it before it’s gone.

Listed at $260,000 by Kathleen Stansfield Exit King Realty

View Original Source