PALM COAST, FL – August 4, 2017 – GoToby.com’s Featured House of the Week is a recently renovated salt water canal home in iconic Flagler Beach, Fla. This beautiful home has a dock and direct access to the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) with no bridges.
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337 N 12TH STREET
337 N 12th Street in Flagler Beach is sited on a quiet cul-de-sac only 0.4 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. You will surely enjoy the sound of the surf and appreciate refreshing sea breezes and great ICW views.
OPEN FLOOR PLAN
Built in 1,979 and recently renovated, this 1,300-square foot home has two bedrooms and two full baths, one-car garage, and partially fenced yard.
The split floor plan is very open. The renovation included a new roof, designer tile throughout, new electric, new appliances, and quartz countertops in the kitchen and bath.
Location. Location. Location. Flagler Beach is a classic “old Florida” beach town. Its residents jealously guard its enduring charm and character. The city center is anchored by the iconic Flagler Beach Pier and devoid of high rise condominiums and hotels that have subsumed so many Florida beaches. Besides its expansive beaches, surfing and great fishing, Flagler Beach is renowned for its quaint shops, restaurants, and weekly farmers market.
Scenic Route A1A parallels the beach for miles with no buildings or high dunes to obstruct views of the ocean and beach. The Flagler Beach exit from Interstate 95 is only three miles away, marking the point where I95, over its entire length, is closest to the ocean. I95 provides eas;y access to Jacksonville and Orlando attractions. Marineland and historic St. Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied city in North America, are only a short drive away.
Flagler Beach is one of the area’s hot real estate markets. The median selling price of single-family residential homes during the first seven months of 2017 rose 19% compared to the median selling price for the first seven months of 2016. The median days on market has dropped from 86 days to 36 days over the same period.
Flagler Beach and the Palm Coast area are sometimes referred to as “the quiet side of Florida." The area features miles of beaches with abundant public access, miles of hiking and cycling trails, championship golf courses and top-rated schools. Shop and dine in nearby (just over the bridge) Palm Coast, recently recognized as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live.” Palm Coast’s population recently topped 85,000. Flagler County’s population recently passed the 108,000 mark. To learn more about Flagler County, check out this link: http://www.youcaninflaglercounty.com/
337 N 12th Street in the Palma Vist subdivision of Flagler Beach is offered for $439,000 by Debra Meyer, of Landmark Properties.
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