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Roaring '20s Bungalow with 'Speakeasy Room' Asks $300K

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Location: Tampa, Florida
Price: $299,900

For approximately $300K in these great United States of America, you can either rent a posh Manhattan penthouse for a month or own an impeccably maintained Tampa bungalow oozing with vintage charm. We can't help but sway towards the bungalow here, especially because there's so much on offer. The 1927-built home clocks in at 1,876 square feet and features a bright and breezy main living area with arched entryways and french doors, spacious eat-in kitchen, and four bedrooms—well, get this: one of the bedrooms has long been transformed into a "speakeasy room" with Harlequin-patterned wood paneling and a built-in wet bar.

Liking the groovy, vintage-y feel? There's more: per the listing, the place retains its original wood floors, paneled doors, bathroom tiles, and light fixtures. The 0.23-acre lot also includes a two-car garage and fully functional guest house (currently rented through the end of March)—one listing photo offers a peek at it and it's pretty adorable.


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