2122 Post Street, 32204
4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 2,876 square feet
This home is ideal for entertaining family and friends - from the spacious, remodeled kitchen to the large wrap-around porch and plenty of living space (including an attic bonus room); you've found the one! The spa-like master bathroom has a soaking tub too!
During renovations it was a top priority to maintain the historic integrity of this home while incorporating modern upgrades for today's family. All within walking distance to 5 Points! Very high WalkScore of 85. View more photos and information here.
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The Riverside Avondale Community Garden is one of our favorite spots in the neighborhood to visit! There's always something new to see!
And there's nothing like grabbing some herbs for seasoning dinner from the community herb garden, sponsored by The Shoppes of Avondale.
Have you visited the community garden?
We're pleased to present 1260 Edgewood Avenue South as a new Bloom Realty listing. This unique Floridian Tudor home features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms; and an array of modern upgrades.
The holiday season is officially upon us, and this Saturday is Small Business Saturday! We've complied a list of events in Jacksonville's urban core that embrace shopping local for the holidays. Check out the links below for more information and any updates to the events; and let us know where you'll be shopping on Saturday!
Congratulations on the decision to buy a home in the Riverside Avondale historic district of Jacksonville! You’ve made a great choice to live in such a diverse neighborhood.
At Bloom Realty, we have a passion for the Riverside Avondale neighborhood. This unique neighborhood has a lot to offer and we know you’ll love it as much as we do.
Riverside Avondale Preservation has announced the dates for the 2017 Spring Tour of Homes - April 29th and 30th.
Tucked away on Park Street is one of our favorite neighborhood parks, Native Park. Formally dedicated in 1932, this Riverside Avondale pocket park has been maintained by the Ixia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society since 2010, and is filled with plants that are indigenous to north Florida.