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Single FamilyFor Sale
$1,999,000
1120 Fort Denaud Bridge Way
Labelle, FL 33935
Listing Provided Courtesy of Southern Heritage Real Estate
MLS: SouthWest Florida Gulf Coast MLS
4Beds
3Baths
2,855Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$10,418/mo

Come see & live in a "Piece of Old Florida". This 2 story historical home has the look of old but is well maintained. It's stated that the original house is the oldest house in what is now Hendry County and dates from around 1870 or earlier. Previous owners added the screened in porch (veranda) which wraps around the entire house so no matter what time of day, enjoy the sunshine and cooling breezes that blow through. This 6+/- acre property has 200'+/- on the Caloosahatchee River, the western boundary is Jack’s Creek which includes an island. It is tropically secluded with the serene feel of Old Florida with the huge Oak Trees and Spanish Moss. Citrus trees along with mango and avocado trees are plentiful. The well kept yard, gardens and groves are irrigated from the oxbow and a deep well that supplies the house with a reverse osmosis water system. Solar panels provide electricity for the property, so there are no utility expenses. Both ACs and the dishwasher were replaced in 2020. The kitchen stove and grill on the veranda use propane. There are 2 detached garages - one wood frame and one steel, large enough for a full size RV. The Peace & Serenity are unique.

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