Built in 1916 for Walter Fuller, one of St. Petersburg’s early developers, this vintage estate is situated on 2.5 manicured acres overlooking beautiful Boca Ciega Bay. The completely renovated Victorian main residence features nearly 6700 square feet filled with gleaming heart of pine floors, six gas fireplaces, custom wood wainscoting, leaded glass windows and period designed lighting and plumbing fixtures. A large foyer room with solid walnut staircase and marble floors opens to the library and a double living room with two fireplaces, plaster crown molding and a wrap around solarium with wet bar. A paneled den also overlooks the waterfront. A butler’s pantry adjoins the formal dining room. The kitchen includes updates of granite counters and stainless steel appliances with a nearby breakfast area. A bright conservatory with glass ceiling opens to a stone terrace. The second floor master retreat includes a sitting room overlooking the water, fireplace, closet room and private bath with marble shower and his and her vanities. There are three additional bedrooms and two baths on the second floor. Stroll the brick path to the Pebble Tec pool and spa with shaded sitting areas and adjoining cabana with gentlemen’s game room and bar. A carriage house offers a three car garage, exercise room with bath and second floor two bedroom, two bath apartment. In addition, there is a covered dock with davits and a four car collector’s shop garage. This is truly a unique historic waterfront property.