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38 Aaron Circle

Ormond Beach, FL 32174
  • $299,900
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 41 Days
  • MLS #: 1095143
Price Reduced
UPDATED: 62 min ago
$299,900
  • 3
    BEDS
  • 0.27
    ACRES
  • 2
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
  • 2,459
    SQFT
  • $122
    $/SQFT
Neighborhood:
Type:
Single-Family Home
Built:
1985
County:

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Description

Bring your elbow grease and imagination and make this home your castle on the lake. Spacious home on an oversized lot in a great neighborhood of Ormond Beach. Super huge family room with a wood burning fireplace. Large eat in kitchen and separate living room. HVAC 2016. This is an estate sale so not sure about roof or any upgrades for electrical or plumbing. Large front porch to enjoy the sunsets. Only a few houses front the nice lake in the backyard full of turtles and fish. Bring the toys because there is plenty of room to park a boat or RV behind the gate. So much potential for this super size 3 bedroom 2 bath home.Ormond Beach was once within the domain of the Timucuan Indians. Ormond Beach was frequented by Timacuan Indians, but never truly inhabited until 1643 when Quakers blown off course to the New England area ran ashore. They settled in a small encampment along the Atlantic shore. Early relations with neighboring tribes were fruitful, however, in 1704 a local Timacuan chief, Oseanoha, led a raid of the encampment killing most of the population. In 1708 Spaniards inhabited the area and laid claim until British control began. The city is named for James Ormond I, an Anglo-Irish-Scottish sea captain commissioned by King Ferdinand VII of Spain to bring Franciscan settlers to this part of Florida. Ormond had served Britain and Spain in the Napoleonic Wars as a ship captain, and was rewarded for his services to Spain by King Ferdinand VII. Ormond later worked for the Scottish Indian trade company of Panton, Leslie & Company, and his armed brig was called the Somerset. After returning to Spanish control, in 1821, Florida was acquired from Spain by the United States, but hostilities during the Second Seminole War delayed settlement until after 1842. In 1875, the city was founded as New Britain by inhabitants from New Britain, Connecticut, but would be incorporated in 1880 as Ormond for its early plantation owner. With its hard, white beach, Ormond became popular for the wealthy seeking relief from northern winters during the Floridian boom in tourism following the Civil War. The St. Johns & Halifax Railroad arrived in 1886, and the first bridge across the Halifax River was built in 1887. John Anderson and James Downing Price opened the Ormond Hotel on January 1, 1888. Henry Flagler bought the hotel in 1890 and expanded it to accommodate 600 guests. It would be one in a series of Gilded Age hotels catering to passengers aboard his Florida East Coast Railway, which had purchased the St. Johns & Halifax Railroad. Once a well-known landmark which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, the hotel was razed in 1992. In 1903, the smooth, hard-packed sands of Ormond Beach became a proving ground for automobile inventors and drivers. These first speed tournaments in the US earned Ormond the title "Birthplace of Speed." Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail (OSLT) is a 30+ mile double loop of roadways traversing some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery remaining in all of northeast Florida. There is ready access to the Atlantic Ocean, North Peninsula, Tomoka and Bulow Creek State Parks as well as numerous city and county parks. The roadway view includes unobstructed vistas of two rivers, creeks and marshes, barrier island dunes and beach, and historic dwellings. Visitors seeking a cultural and/or historic experience will find museums and historic public buildings and private homes along the corridor, in Tomoka State Park and in locations a few blocks off the designated roadways. Recreational opportunities abound with numerous parks and trails offering boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, bicycling, beach walking and much more. Vast expanses of water and natural Florida scrub vegetation create beautiful scenic vistas waiting to be photographed. Northern right whales and humpback whales can be seen offshore during migration seasons. Dolphins are a common sight. Loggerhead, green and leatherback turtles use the sandy beaches along A1A for nesting.

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38 Aaron Circle Ormond Beach, FL 32174

  • Price: $299,900
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 41 Days
  • Updated: 62 min ago
  • MLS #: 1095143
3
Beds
2
Baths
0
½ Baths
0.27
Acres
2,459
SQFT
$122
$/SQFT
1985
Built
Neighborhood:
Hickory Village
County:
Volusia
Area:
LPGA to Granada, E of Nova
Property Description
Bring your elbow grease and imagination and make this home your castle on the lake. Spacious home on an oversized lot in a great neighborhood of Ormond Beach. Super huge family room with a wood burning fireplace. Large eat in kitchen and separate living room. HVAC 2016. This is an estate sale so not sure about roof or any upgrades for electrical or plumbing. Large front porch to enjoy the sunsets. Only a few houses front the nice lake in the backyard full of turtles and fish. Bring the toys because there is plenty of room to park a boat or RV behind the gate. So much potential for this super size 3 bedroom 2 bath home.Ormond Beach was once within the domain of the Timucuan Indians. Ormond Beach was frequented by Timacuan Indians, but never truly inhabited until 1643 when Quakers blown off course to the New England area ran ashore. They settled in a small encampment along the Atlantic shore. Early relations with neighboring tribes were fruitful, however, in 1704 a local Timacuan chief, Oseanoha, led a raid of the encampment killing most of the population. In 1708 Spaniards inhabited the area and laid claim until British control began. The city is named for James Ormond I, an Anglo-Irish-Scottish sea captain commissioned by King Ferdinand VII of Spain to bring Franciscan settlers to this part of Florida. Ormond had served Britain and Spain in the Napoleonic Wars as a ship captain, and was rewarded for his services to Spain by King Ferdinand VII. Ormond later worked for the Scottish Indian trade company of Panton, Leslie & Company, and his armed brig was called the Somerset. After returning to Spanish control, in 1821, Florida was acquired from Spain by the United States, but hostilities during the Second Seminole War delayed settlement until after 1842. In 1875, the city was founded as New Britain by inhabitants from New Britain, Connecticut, but would be incorporated in 1880 as Ormond for its early plantation owner. With its hard, white beach, Ormond became popular for the wealthy seeking relief from northern winters during the Floridian boom in tourism following the Civil War. The St. Johns & Halifax Railroad arrived in 1886, and the first bridge across the Halifax River was built in 1887. John Anderson and James Downing Price opened the Ormond Hotel on January 1, 1888. Henry Flagler bought the hotel in 1890 and expanded it to accommodate 600 guests. It would be one in a series of Gilded Age hotels catering to passengers aboard his Florida East Coast Railway, which had purchased the St. Johns & Halifax Railroad. Once a well-known landmark which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, the hotel was razed in 1992. In 1903, the smooth, hard-packed sands of Ormond Beach became a proving ground for automobile inventors and drivers. These first speed tournaments in the US earned Ormond the title "Birthplace of Speed." Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail (OSLT) is a 30+ mile double loop of roadways traversing some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery remaining in all of northeast Florida. There is ready access to the Atlantic Ocean, North Peninsula, Tomoka and Bulow Creek State Parks as well as numerous city and county parks. The roadway view includes unobstructed vistas of two rivers, creeks and marshes, barrier island dunes and beach, and historic dwellings. Visitors seeking a cultural and/or historic experience will find museums and historic public buildings and private homes along the corridor, in Tomoka State Park and in locations a few blocks off the designated roadways. Recreational opportunities abound with numerous parks and trails offering boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, bicycling, beach walking and much more. Vast expanses of water and natural Florida scrub vegetation create beautiful scenic vistas waiting to be photographed. Northern right whales and humpback whales can be seen offshore during migration seasons. Dolphins are a common sight. Loggerhead, green and leatherback turtles use the sandy beaches along A1A for nesting.
Exterior Features

Acreage 1/2 - 1 Architecture Ranch Building 1 Story Construction Concrete BlockStucco Cover House Orientation W Land Type Cul-De-Sac Parking 2 Car Garage Porch 2+ Porches/DecksEnclosedFrontRearScreened Road Paved Roof Shingle Waterfront Lake/Pond

Interior Features

Air Conditioning Central Appliances DishwasherDryerMicrowaveRefrigeratorWasher First Floor Slab Floor Covering Other Heating CentralElectric Inside FireplaceSplit Bedroom Rooms Bedroom 1Bedroom 2Bedroom 3Family RoomKitchenLiving Room Sq Ft Total 1925.00 Total Baths 2.00

Property Features

As Is Condition Yes Homestead Exempt Yes Maint Fee 0.00 Maint Fee Paid N/A Pet Restrictions No Sewer City Special Conditions None Special Contingency No Sq Ft Source Property Appraiser Style Single Family Tax Year 2021 Taxes 1172.00 Utility For Land Only City WaterSeptic Water City

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