A lone single-family home sitting behind the Winter Springs Town Center, between an apartment complex and Magnolia Square (where Winter Springs hosts many festivals). The home was built in 1975 on a tract that included at least 16 acres.
The property was passed down to June Kingsbury (and her husband Laverne) when June’s mother Helen Kohn, died in 1988. The Kingsbury’s owned much of the tract that now makes up the Winter Springs Town Center, including the Publix property, between 434, Tuskawilla, Bear Springs Dr, and Blumberg Blvd. Tuskawilla Road on the Lake Jessup Side of 434 was then known as Brantley Avenue.
The Kingsbury family sold 15 acres of their tract in 2002 to make way for the Town Center for millions, but they excluded the 1.29 acres around their family home from the sale. June Kingsbury died in 2015, following her husband, who died in 2012. The last remaining Kingsbury parcel sold that year for $500,000.
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