Experience the enchantment and charm of a past era 1930-40 East Beach at 1709 Bruce Drive + Guest Cottage. Fortune Cookie is tucked away and surrounded by majestic oak trees and lush azaleas. The beautiful white architectural accent fence encases the front yard with ancient oak tree and spirit face carving that only adds to the allure of the house. Once you step through the front door that once belonged to the home of Joan Fontaine British-American Actress who won an Oscar for her role in Alfred Hitchcocks Rebecca you will realize the vintage glamour and timeless design. 1709 Bruce Drive offers plenty of room for families or groups of friends to enjoy the Saltwater Pool with gorgeous fountain detail, outdoor shower, private screen porch,multiple trex decking and beautiful patio garden areas all a short walk to the beach. The home has been restored for optimal use but the important architectural details preserved. The main house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths plus finished attic space that is currently used as an office and has a window with mini split and could be a bunk room, living room with Artisan fireplace, sun room, dining room and beautiful modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances/wine cooler round out the main house. The Guest house, 1707 Bruce has its own electric/water meter, entrance through the vine covered arched gate from the 20 ft alley , full kitchen, living, bedroom, bathroom and screen porch. Many other features adorn this home from the wood floors to the wood beam ceilings and windows with weights and hand made glass. Twenty plus years of love and care have been poured into this beautiful one of a kind property . This home has always been filled with family get togethers and you and yours will adore this timeless treasure. Contact your Realtor today to schedule your tour. You wont want to miss this one and learn about how the name Fortune Cookie came about for the owners of this sweet impossible to duplicate cottage compound.