Built in 1927, this Mediterranean Revival Estate is known as the WN Reynolds home, brother of RJ Reynolds is the jewel of Seville and Alameda streets. Located south of Lake Adair, the home has been featured on the cover of Orlando magazines and is home to award-winning, interior designer Grant Gribble, FASID. The front walled garden features lush landscaping with a view of Lake Concord. The walkways to the front door, give center stage to the vintage façade and peaceful fountain. The grand foyer with marble tile leads you into the elegant main salon and branches off into the formal dining room and sunroom. The kitchen is a cook’s dream: outfitted with double Wolf gas range/ovens with pot filler, side-by-side Sub-Zero refrigerators, warming drawer, and a wine fridge. There are two bedrooms and a full bath downstairs adjacent to the salon. Beyond the main living space, the breezeway leads to the informal family room (set up as a viewing room) featuring a full bar, coffered ceiling and retro-styled tile floors. Past the family room, the breezeway exits onto the walled private saltwater pool area with several sitting and lounging spaces surrounded by a Mediterranean-style fountain and fanciful sculptures. Continuing upstairs, the expansive master bedroom sits at the top of the landing with a totally reimagined and luxurious master bath and closet space. There are 3 additional generously sized guest rooms upstairs, plus the guest apartment, which is accessed via an upstairs hallway or a separate staircase to the West side of the home. The guest apartment features a living room with one bedroom, a full kitchen and bathroom. The living and entertaining possibilities are endless in this extraordinary property. The 2-car garage exits onto Seville Place. The home includes a whole-house generator, 4 CHA units, and natural gas. 6 bedrooms with 3 full baths, and 2 half baths in the main house; with 1 bedroom, 1 full bath in the guest apartment. Please see attached Feature Sheet and Original elevation photos.