Boasting around 4,700 sq. ft of living space, this downtown renovated Pensacola residence is brimming with history and is oriented on almost a 50 percent-acre of house. The house characteristics six bedrooms, four and a fifty percent baths, open up living room, a chef’s kitchen, a two-automobile garage, a different carriage house and a wonderful included patio.

Originally built in 1889, the storied record of the “The Barn” includes its starting as a horse barn, then a dance venue in the course of Prohibition and a fire station. It was owned by Roy Jones Jr. and “most recently, transformed into a stunning relatives dwelling,” says Realtor Christina Leavenworth, noting that “at the conclusion of its total restoration in 2017, the household gained the Joyce Turner Restoration Award.”

The household characteristics fashionable conveniences and amenities envisioned from today’s residences, although preserving historic charm.

The living/dining space features exposed beams, a towering cathedral ceiling and an abundance of natural light.

An expansive, open dwelling area is crammed with normal light-weight and features a cathedral ceiling around 18-ft substantial, with exposed beams. It consists of an ínglenook with a brick hearth and stained-glass windows, a dining place and is open up to the kitchen area. The hardwood flooring incorporate to the warmth and ambiance of the area.

“The kitchen area is a chef’s dream, with a fuel stove, a big island, quartz counter tops and high finish appliances,” suggests Leavenworth. Guests will enjoy chatting with the house chef whilst stress-free by a fire or kicking back in the dwelling space.