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Orlando Weekly: A historic Orlando home built for the Reynolds Tobacco family nearly 100 years ago is now on the market

Heather Unger’s listing is featured in the Orlando Weekly.


A Mediterranean Revival-style home built for a prestigious family behind the second-largest tobacco company in the U.S. is now on the market in Orlando.

Located at 808 Seville Place, the home was built in 1927 for W.N. Reynolds, a member of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company firm and a family relative of R.J. Reynolds himself. The company’s expansive brand portfolio includes Camel, Newport, Doral, Pall Mall and more.

The historic home comes with seven bedrooms and six bathrooms across a total 5,276 square feet. Some of the home’s most impressive details include the soaring ceilings, original archways, wood beam-flanked ceilings, a gas fireplace flanked in marble and an updated kitchen. Outside, the home has a lush English garden, covered front porch, saltwater pool and lounging area.

The home is currently listed for $2,200,000 and the listing agent is Heather Unger with Acme Real Estate Florida.

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