Built in 1918 by famous architect Francis Kennard for the telephone tycoon John Ludwig Wilhelm Zietlow. In an era when most people did not have cars, Zietlow built a 6-bedroom home with a two-car garage (and a garage apartment). The design is Craftsman with all of its simple elegance. The main house has maple floors downstairs and heart pine floors upstairs, box-beam ceilings, and a wood-burning fireplace. It also includes the original cabinets and cast-iron sink in the kitchen which is a designer’s dream. The details of this home and property are unmatched, surrounded by live oaks and tangerine, grapefruit, lemon and orange trees. This property is a respite from the chaos of today’s world. This house has been home to six generations of the Zietlow family and has never before been sold. It is now available to you and the next generations of your family!