Millionaire Jeno Paulucci’s historic Sanford home goes on the market for $950,000

SANFORD — “Quality first. Cost second,” wrote entrepreneur Jeno Paulucci in a pamphlet of advice he called “Jeno’s Credos.” It’s a philosophy that shows through in the details of the late businessman’s 4,200-square foot Sanford home at 2020 Washington Ave.



a person standing in front of a house: Workmen clean windows on the front of the mid-century modern estate of famed entrepreneur Jeno Paulucci in Sanford, photographed Wednesday, October 14, 2020. The 4 bedroom, 4 bath ranch house is 4,240 square feet and is being prepped for sale. Paulucci, most renowned for his famous line of frozen foods, died in 2011. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)r


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Workmen clean windows on the front of the mid-century modern estate of famed entrepreneur Jeno Paulucci in Sanford, photographed Wednesday, October 14, 2020. The 4 bedroom, 4 bath ranch house is 4,240 square feet and is being prepped for sale. Paulucci, most renowned for his famous line of frozen foods, died in 2011. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)r

“There’s so much history here,” said Erica Bolton, who bought the house from the Paulucci estate in March for $400,000 with her husband, Garth, owner of GEB Properties. “Everyone in Sanford knows this house.”



a close up of a brick building: The back patio in scenes from the mid-century modern estate of famed entrepreneur Jeno Paulucci in Sanford, photographed Wednesday, October 14, 2020. The 4 bedroom, 4 bath ranch house is 4,240 square feet and is being prepped for sale. Paulucci, most renowned for his famous line of frozen foods, died in 2011.


© Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/Orlando Sentinel/TNS
The back patio in scenes from the mid-century modern estate

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