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Inman Park Bungalow Offers Urban Seclusion for $775K

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This four-bedroom, four-bathroom Inman Park home from 1930 offers a slice of tucked-away seclusion in the heart of the city. Though listings are often prone to hyperbole, the claim that the front porch is "simply the best" is pretty much supported by these pictures of a shaded oasis, and the sprawling backyard with fountain and ample tree cover is very inviting, too. Inside, we find 10-foot ceilings, a top-flight kitchen with a wine cooler and loads of understated elegance. Updated, but with many original features intact, the 3,392-square-foot home is big on space and charm. With a second kitchen downstairs, the basement could even be rented out as income property. All this can be yours for a cool $775,000. And for Florida State fans, the address is a special little bonus.

· 516 Seminole Ave. [RE/MAX]