House of Christmas Week: 3,746 SF in Private Palm Coast Plantation
Walk through the gates of this spectacular courtyard home and enjoy a wonderfully landscaped courtyard with pavers and a private Casita with bedroom and full bath.
PALM COAST, FL – December 23, 2016 – This week’s GoToby.com House of the Week is in the private gated community of Palm Coast Plantation. This spacious courtyard home, built in 2006 by Skyway Builders, has four bedrooms, four baths 3,746 square feet of living area and a three car garage.
124 RIVERWALK DR S
Walk thru the gates of this spectacular home and enjoy a wonderfully landscaped courtyard with pavers and a private Casita with a bedroom and full bath.
PRIVATE GUEST CASITA
Enter the front door and marvel at all of the upgrades that were built into this home. A very spacious kitchen with granite tops, custom cabinetry, Stainless Steel appliances and center island is perfect for gathering and entertaining.
KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES
The floors in the main living area are stunning amber Travertine stone. Walls of glass open for outdoor living. Appreciate the meticulously landscaped rear yard backing to a preserve area beyond. The entire back yard is fenced with dark powder coated aluminum fencing; great for pet owners and privacy.
The Master Suite is bright and spacious with a large master bath and walk-in closet.
The second floor guest suite has a full bath and private balcony facing the Intracoastal Waterway. The Atlantic Ocean is only ½ mile away as the crow flies. The new owner of 124 Riverwalk Drive S will appreciate the summer ocean breezes and the sound of breaking waves.
PALM COAST PLANTATION
Bordered on the east by the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and on the west by a 4,000-acre county-owned wildlife preserve, Palm Coast Plantation is the perfect community for those who not only love nature but seek an active coastal lifestyle. This property served as a corporate hunting and fishing preserve for a Fortune 500 company for almost 30 years. Many believed that it would never be offered to the public.
Palm Coast Plantation was developed as a private single-family residential community of 634 home sites. The community’s defining features are its large (generally ¼ to ½ acre) estate lots, upscale homes, more than two miles of Intracoastal Waterway frontage and its 125-acre spring-fed fresh-water lake. Emerald Lake has over five miles of shoreline and has been stocked with fresh-water fish.
EMERALD LAKE BOAT LAUNCH
The Homeowner’s Association clubhouse sports the usual amenities: pool, tennis, shuffleboard, social gathering areas, children’s’ playground and basketball. The community also has a fenced area for boat and RV storage, a welcome addition lacking in most master-planned communities.
CLUBHOUSE AND POOL
There is a community boat launch facility on Emerald Lake. A county park with Intracoastal boat launch facilities is literally next door to Palm Coast Plantation.
Palm Coast Plantation borders the City of Palm Coast on Colbert Lane. Roughly six miles long, Colbert Lane stretches between Palm Coast Pkwy (one of Palm Coast’s major commercial arterials) and State Road 100, the gateway to Town Center shopping to the west and to iconic Flagler Beach to the east.
The area, sometimes referred to as “the quiet side of Florida, features miles of beaches with abundant public access, miles of hiking trails, championship golf courses and top-rated schools. Shop and dine in Flagler Beach or Palm Coast, recently recognized as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live.” Palm Coast’s population recently topped 80,000. Flagler County’s population recently passed the 100,000 mark.
Interstate 95 offers easy access to Jacksonville and Orlando.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK SPONSOR
124 Riverwalk Drive S is offered for only $649,900 by Molly Carey, of Berkshire Hathaway HS Fortune Group Properties. Here's how to contact Molly:
- Molly Carey – (386) 986-0389 or MollyCarey@cfl.rr.com
Why pay South Florida or West Coast Florida prices?? This home has everything for under $650,000.
PROXIMITY TO ATLANTIC OCEAN AND INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY
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