The slow regard for old things. With age comes wisdom, experience and appreciation. This home has it in spades. For starters itÃ¢Â€Â™s in Old East Hill. Not that new-fangled neighborhood to the north. This is below Cervantes St, where it all started. This home has bones. Built in 1900 it has withstood everything mother nature has thrown at it and still kept its families safe. Charming comes to mind. Character may be a better word. 1800 square feet of it, actually. Alluring original antique heart-pine floors affirm turn of the century hand built craftsmanship. Two bedrooms and three full baths, quite unique for a home in this area. The size of the home gives off an air of being larger due to the eleven foot ceilings, giving each room the appearance of being massive. The door window is antique stained glass and an antique chandelier sets off the dining room. The remodeled kitchen is made to be functional and attractive at the same time. Granite countertops and plenty of cabinet space. Off the kitchen is a quirky half door that leads to a room that could be a home office, guest bedroom, or hobby room. All three bathrooms are remodeled with tile and one has a claw-foot tub. The home has been hurricane hardened by Rebuild NW Florida and has foam insulation, so the average power bill hovers around $200. The yard adds to the character of the home. Professionally landscaped, the front yard is tasteful and charming. The brick driveway leads to the back yard which resembles a secret garden. An entertainment deck is ready for backyard cookouts and long evenings spent with friends. Two out buildings can store all of your gardening supplies and more. Fruit and citrus trees cast cooling shade. Even better, the new East Hill Publix is two blocks away. All of the amenities of living in East Hill are a stoneÃ¢Â€Â™s throw from there. Downtown Pensacola is two minutes to the west and the beach is under a ten minute drive. This home is East Hill!