Welcome to Historic 118 Dixie Boulevard! The gracious front porch invites you into the charming, Mediterranean Revival home, built in 1930 by Frederick Henry Link, a trained Addison Mizner Craftsman. In the 1930’s, this home was originally situated in a mango grove, thus it was given the historic name, ’’ The Mango Cottage.’’ Renovated, it keeps much of the old world craftsmanship and charm with slate floors throughout the entire home, walnut ceiling beams, arched wood-framed windows, and a cut coral stone wood-burning fireplace. Electric and plumbing have been updated. Windows have hurricane impact glass. New roof in 2019. The beautiful kitchen, which has custom painted and glazed cabinetry, is open to the natural light-filled living and dining areas. Relax and unwind in the south-facing backyard paradise which has an extended deck, various patios for seating, and lush tropical landscaping which includes a wide variety of palms and fruit trees. The pool has been updated and has concrete decking with a rock salt finish. The home has a newly dug well that services a multi-zone irrigation system that maintains both front and backyards. Extensive outdoor lighting was recently installed throughout the property. The stunning, resort-style backyard is a true entertainer’s dream. This unique, historic property is a short stroll away to the beach, small shops, salons, and cozy restaurants… It is a must-see!