Featured House of the Week was the Showcase Home in Flagler’s 2015 Parade of Homes
This beautiful Ocean Hammock home is exactly what you expect of a luxury model home in a gated oceanfront community.
PALM COAST, FL – November 20, 2015 – Wow! A 2015 Showcase Home in the Flagler Parade of Homes. This luxurious home, built in 2014 by Bellagio Custom Homes, has three bedrooms, four baths and 3,468 square feet of living area. It’s located in the prestigious and private community of Ocean Hammock, only 4/10th of a mile from the Atlantic Ocean. Imagine hearing the rolling surf from the comfort of your lanai.
The first floor of this dramatic open floorplan is a large master suite, great room, open kitchen and dining area along with a study.
The second floor includes 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a bonus room with a wet bar and balcony.
BONUS ROOM W/WET BAR
Outside, behind the privacy wall is a spacious paver patio area with a seating area under a decorative pergola and a fire pit.
The spectacular pool area with a rock waterfall feature towering over the pool includes a private grotto behind the waterfall.
KraftMaid cabinetry & Kitchen Aid appliances compliment the kitchen accented by a stacked stone wall and glass tile backsplash.
The inviting master suite has wood flooring and a spa like bath suite accented with 24" porcelain wall tile.
The high quality construction includes Impact low-E windows and doors (except the mitered window).
20 Hammock Beach Pkwy is offered for $794,900 by Michael Sawdai, of Bellagio Custom Homes. Michael can be reached at:
- Phone: (386) 931-4331
- Email: email@example.com.
The furniture and a leaseback by the builder are available.
Club memberships are available at nearby Hammock Dunes or the Hammock Beach Club.
Ocean Hammock is located along scenic route A1a, which follows the coast north to Marineland's marina and Dolphin Adventure and further to St. Augustine, North America’s oldest continuously occupied city. Travel A1a south to shop, dine or fish from the pier at iconic Flagler Beach. Beyond Flagler Beach you will find Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach.
Leave the barrier island by taking the bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway to the mainland and Palm Coast, recently recognized as one of the top 50 cities in which to live. Interstate 95 bisects Palm Coast and offers convenient access to Jacksonville and Orlando. JetBlue begins daily non-stop flights from JFK to Daytona International Airport February 14, 2016.
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