There’s lots to love about this beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in Walden Chase in Ponte Vedra, FL. A/C is barely a year old, and a new roof will be installed prior to closing. Take a look and contact us to schedule a showing.[Read more…]
4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home, 2010 s.f., on Spacious Corner Lot
744 W. Devonhurst Lane, Ponte Vedra, FL 32081
- New Roof to be Installed Prior to Closing
- A/C Only a Year Old
- Fresh Exterior Paint
- Hardwood Floors & Upgraded Lighting Fixtures
- Ring Doorbell & Rear Security Camera
- Gas Fireplace & Built-Ins
- Concrete Pad on Side of Home
- Nicely Landscaped
- Excellent St. Johns County Schools
- Close to Shopping, Dining, Nocatee & Nease High School
Showings Begin Oct. 1
Listed at $440,000
3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath condo with 2 adjoining boat slips
This beautiful top-floor corner unit offers easy access to the Intracoastal and open ocean from Salt Run!
33 COMARES AVE, 305, ST AUGUSTINE, FL 32080
Suppliments: This community is located in Davis Shores and just steps to restaurants, shopping and a short bike ride to our stunning beaches and Downtown St. Augustine.
More Information MLS# 1132818
Location, School & Taxes
Directions and Remarks
From oceanfront to riverfront, lakefront or Intracoastal, northeast Florida has options for just about any waterfront lifestyle.
When we talk about waterfront property in Florida, most people immediately think of oceanfront. And there’s certainly plenty of that, with 3,341 miles of shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean, and another 5,095 along the Gulf of Mexico. There are 22 miles of beaches in Jacksonville alone, and more shoreline than any other city in the nation. But let’s take a look at the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) today, as there is some relevant news on that front.[Read more…]
A competitive market is driving prices upward around the First Coast.
Recently released housing statistics from the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors show an increasingly lopsided market with low inventory, strong demand and, in some instances, prices being bid up over asking.
With November’s numbers just recently updated, let’s take a look at some key stats…
Clearly, demand is strong, but inventory is low. The number of homes listed for sale in the area has been decreasing all year, with a drop of more than 44% over the same time last year.