"DO YOU BUNGALOW? Come home to this classic American Craftsman Bungalow. Previously situated at the corner of Sparkman Rd and James L Redman Parkway, this home was originally hand crafted in 1917 with the stout timber from the land in which it was built. Occupied in 1918, and gracefully maintained until it was professionally relocated to its current location in 2005. This home shows its rich history and robust architecture with many of its original features such as wrap around porch, tapered columns, scalloped gable ends, intricate interior woodworking such as 10 baseboards, window casings, doors, door casings, built-ins, transom casing for entry way including French doors for privacy, solid wood heart pine flooring, period specific floor plan to accommodate both public and private gathering spaces, Jack and Jill half bath, large and abounding windows that allow the flow of natural lighting throughout, decorative fireplaces, large butler pantry and laundry area, , and so much more. While keeping the integrity of this timeless masterpiece, the home was modernly updated in 2005 to include plumbing, electrical, windows, roof, vinyl siding, solid wood kitchen cabinetry, electric water heater, three air conditioning units, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops in kitchen and baths, tile flooring in kitchen and baths, and addition of an expansive Florida room with built in wet bar and seating and a primary suite and bath that includes two walk-in closets with built in closet organization, dual sinks, beautifully tiled walk in shower and claw foot tub. The second floor is adorned with solid wood hickory floors, loft/sitting area that provides a built-in bookcase and desk area, and full bath with tiled shower surround and bathtub. The outdoor property comes equipped with several outbuildings to include a 30x60 metal workshop/garage with full electric connection, a 15x55 crafting shop, a 12x24 outdoor canning kitchen equipped with electric and running water, a 1..."