Move right in to this beautiful, open floor plan, canal home of 3 bedrooms and 2-1/2 bathrooms that was recently built in 2013 with everything you need to enjoy the easy going island life. Meticulously constructed by one of the island’s premier builders, the split plan home features a bonus room currently used as a tackle room that opens to the dock but it can also be used as a den or office. And, the half bath also serves as a direct access pool bath. The travertine tiled outdoor living space is designed for relaxed and memorable good times with a heated pool, outdoor shower and a gas fire pit in a cozy gazebo roomy enough for seating and a grill. The U-shaped dock can accommodate a 29’ boat and has a 10,000 lb remote controlled lift, a cleaning table and automated lights. Extra storage cabinets are built into the 2 car garage which has a side entrance that could be used for a golf cart. This comfortable home is being sold furnished with the exception of some artwork and personal items. From the foam insulated roof to the composite material exterior decking and the security system with app monitored cameras, this home was built with an eye to efficiency, ease of maintenance and peace of mind. Be sure to ask your Realtor for the extensive list of home upgrades and special features too numerous to mention here. If you are looking for an exceptional island canal home, this move-in ready home is a must see. Call today for a private showing.
Listing courtesy of BARK & COMPANY REALTY, INC..
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