Haywire House, an important historic homestead built in 1918 by the founding editor of the Cocoa Tribune, is for sale. This handsome two-story structure has 11 rooms, including four bedrooms, three bathrooms and three working fireplaces. Constructed of Merritt Island pine, this 3700 square foot home was the gathering place for civic and business leaders during the mid 20th century as well as a home to four generations of the Chauncey and Marie Ringo Holderman family. It has the original pine floors and beautiful, hand-crafted moldings and trim. A hand-painted mural covers all four of the dining room walls. The first floor offers several different sitting rooms, space for an office, formal and informal dining rooms and a large kitchen. All four bedrooms are upstairs. The home is surrounded
Residential - Single Family, 2 Story
3 Full/1 Half
3,774 sq. ft
Detailed Room Information
- Master Bedroom
- Double Sinks,His/Hers Closet,Shower
- Dishwasher,Dryer,Electric Range,Microwave,Washer
- Central Air, Zoned
- Electric Heating. .
- Additional Interior Features
- Ceiling Fan(s),Cook Island,Kitchen - Eat In,Window Treatments
Exterior / Lot Features
- Open Parking.
- Wood, Frame
- multi family
- Additional Exterior/Lot Features
- Shed. East of US1,Historic Area,Paved Street,Sidewalks.
US 1 to Peachtree Street, turn east onto Peachtree, left onto Forrest Avenue and right onto Mulberry. House is on the right.
The scores below measure the walkability of the address, access to public transit of the area and the convenience of using a bike on a scale of 1-100
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