Ferry Pass Schoolhouse, Circa 1898. Almost an acre in Pensacola, Florida. $340,000

Love the old picture of the children in front of this old schoolhouse! The Ferry Pass Schoolhouse was built in 1898. It is located on .81 acres in Pensacola, Florida. The home features a large screened in front porch, hardwood floors, wide baseboards, crystal chandelier, spacious kitchen and built-in bookshelves. There is a large backyard, a screened in back porch and a couple of outbuildings. There are fruit trees on the property. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,433 square feet. $350,000 New price: $340,000

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Contact Richard Lafrance with RE/MAX America’s Top Realty: 850-529-4054

From the Zillow listing:


Here is your opportunity to own a piece of Pensacola History! The Ferry Pass School House holds historical significance as one of the earliest educational institutions in the region. It was restored by a local family and now makes for one of the most unique properties to reside in. This home features 9′ ceilings, gorgeous heart of pine flooring, cozy living space, can-lights through-out the entire house, all new plumbing (2022), HVAC (2021) and a whole house generator. The layout of the property has a section that can be used as a mother-in-law suite. The property is beautifully situated on over 3/4 of an acre, with flowering shrubs and fruit trees, this lot is ideal for gardening, playtime, or creating your own outdoor sanctuary. The live oaks that are 100’s of years old are a site to be seen. There’s also a screened in patio-grilling room, and a large laundry room off the porch. New washer & dryer hookups installed in 2022. If your looking for additional recreational options, the property has an office/bonus space, workshop, store room and RV storage with 30amp electric RV hookup. Located within a few miles of schools, local hospitals, and shopping. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a piece of history, schedule your private tour today!



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