This week: St. Augustine, Fla.
Lincolnville Steps from Maria Sanchez Lake, this two-bedroom home is a short walk to downtown St. Augustine. There are two master bedroom suites, plus room for guests in a lofted area under high, exposed-beam ceilings. Wood floors run through the open plan downstairs. A screened porch offers lake views, and a deck is adjacent to the “Chelsea Leaning Tree,” which helped inspire the house. $875,000. Brittany Haslett, Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, (904) 826-9518
Historic Downtown This three-bedroom house, built in 1910, lies along a brick-lined street a block from town. Renovated in 2013, the home features refinished wood floors, stained-glass windows, wood built-ins, and a kitchen with an eat-in island. The master suite has a screened deck, a walk-in closet, and a slate tile bath. Outside are two screened porches and a saltwater pool with a brick-paved deck. $819,900. Stefanie Bernstein, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty, St. Augustine, (904) 669-5134
Crescent Beach With a lot almost 700 feet deep and elevated more than 20 feet, this concrete-block, two-story beach home provides water views from most rooms. The three-bedroom house features an open floor plan with walls of glass, exposed rafters, and vaulted ceilings in the main space. There’s a walkway down to the beach, plus an elevated wraparound deck and yard below. $1,500,000. Stefanie Bernstein, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty, St. Augustine, (904) 669-5134
North Point This seven-bedroom house in a gated community between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean has water views from all windows and is walking distance to the beach. Built in 2004, the open-concept home was renovated in 2014 and features hardwood floors throughout, wood-paneled walls and ceilings, and a kitchen with granite counters and Wolf and SubZero appliances. The property includes a tiled pool, gardens, patios with entertainment areas, a dock, and a boat lift. $4,900,000. Jane Chefan, First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty, (904) 731-9770
Historic Downtown Privacy walls surround this Spanish-style stucco home, built in 1920 and more recently updated. The four-bedroom house includes classical and garden murals, ornate wood cabinets, leaded glass doors, and stained-glass windows. The downstairs has a screened deck, and upstairs there’s a porch with arched openings. The property features gardens, yards, and a fountain. $1,595,000. Roy Barnes, St. Augustine Realty, (904) 669-1430
Steal of the week
Uptown This historic, one-story house near downtown is a frame-vernacular bungalow. Preserved details of the 1927 home include a brick fireplace and wood trim and doors, and the electrical, air-conditioning, roof, kitchen, and baths have been updated. A galley kitchen opens to a dining deck, and a screened patio leads to a fenced, sandy backyard with bamboo patches. $375,000. Janie Coffey, First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty, (904) 525-1008 ■