731 Florence Street

4 bedrooms
2 full / 0 half bathrooms
2055 sqft
Here is an opportunity to own a gorgeous brick bungalow in Earlewood yet renovate exactly the way you want on one of the best lot locations in the neighborhood. Situated on a corner lot with views of Marshall Park, the property is only 5 blocks from Earlewood Park, 1 mile from The War Mouth and Indah Coffee, 1.6 miles to the minor league stadium at Bull Street District, and minutes from Main Street shopping, the State House, USCs main campus, the Vista, and Five Points. Enjoy fast access to I-26 and I-77. The property is currently a duplex with an additional unit on the back of the property. The single unit on the back is being sliced off and this property must be renovated as a single family house. The final lot dimensions will approximately 85x90. Ask about conventional renovation loans that allow you to purchase and draft off funds to do the renovation with a single closing and long rate lock.

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Kevin Joe Fields
Kevin Joe Fields

Principal Broker, BSME, MBA, Realtor


Kevin is principal broker and brings experience garnered from hundreds of real estate transactions. A former engineer, he left the corporate world to obtain an MBA from the University of South Carolina. After falling in love with the area, he took on numerous renovation projects of older in-town homes and eventually met and married the most amazing local girl. Armed with analytical skills and knowledge of the inner workings of homes, he provides unique insight for his real estate clients.

  • Circle of Excellence, Greater Columbia Association of Realtors
  • Holder of six patents
  • Graduated #1 in class, 4.0 GPA, Univesity of South Carolina MBA and University of Kentucky Mechanical Engineering
  • Darla Moore Fellow, Moore School of Business
  • University of Kentucky Chancellor Scholarship and Academic Excellence Scholarship, James E. Casey Scholarship, Kentucky River Coal Engineering Scholarship, Robert Byrd Scholarship