- Living area: 276 square meters
- Bathroom(s): 2
- Land area: 2104 square meters
- Construction year: 1914
HONEY, STOP THE CAR!!! This charming historical home would be known to Sebring pioneers as the Haskins-Graddy home. Originally built in 1915 by Sebring's founder, George Sebring, it is truly a piece of our history. The timeless solid wood floors, high ceillings, and handcrafted wooden staircase will take you back in time. Downstairs has master ensuite, kitchen, laundry room, dining room, and living room. Upstairs there is 4 additional bedrooms and a bathroom. The character of this home is exhibited inside and out! The spacious porch overlooks the more than 1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT that it was placed on in 1954 when it was purchased by prior Sebring Postmaster, Ray T. Graddy. Imagine the family BBQ's, holiday gatherings, and quiet evenings on the charming screened porch. This one-a-kind piece of the past is waiting for someone who appreciates history and wants to keep it alive!