This masterfully-built home brushed off Hurricane Matthew. Zero damage. Zero water intrusion. And and additional 4 feet of beach sand as a bonus.
Palm Coast, FL – November 11, 2015 – This week’s House of the Week is designed for the person who collects things; things like cars and memorabilia. Maybe this person has an RV the size of a Greyhound bus or a large boat. But this person likes privacy and wants to live on the beach too. Imagine ocean breezes, spectacular views and watching NASA rocket launches from your private deck.
6917 N Ocean Shore Blvd – This masterfully-built oceanfront home brushed off Hurricane Matthew. Zero damage. Zero water intrusion. And and an additional 4 feet of beach sand as a bonus.
VIEW OF BEACH AND BIRD SANTUARY FROM SIDE DECK
Imagine 1.3 acres with 200 feet of Atlantic Ocean beach bordering a 33-acre bird sanctuary. This home, constructed in 2000, has 4,610 square feet of living area, three bedrooms, three and a half baths, an elevator, two garages and a separate 1,800 square foot air conditioned building with plumbing and its own RV dump station.
This home is impeccably built and maintained. It’s appointed with genuine 3/4 tongue and groove solid Maple floors. The large gourmet kitchen features granite countertops, eat-in counter, gas cooking and a walk-in pantry.
VIEW FROM LOFT HIGHLIGHTS THE OPEN FLOOR PLAN
- Three bedrooms and three and one half baths
- Custom built bar with antique back lit glass
- Walk-in closet
- Designer light fixtures
- Wrap-around low maintenance deck
- Third floor loft area with an ocean balcony
- Private beach path
AIR CONDITIONED OVERSIZED GARAGE
Superior construction materials; Andersen Coastal Performance Stormwatch windows, Andersen Classic Series Decorative Art Glass and heavy gauge standing seam metal roofing are evident. Remember, unscathed by hurricane Matthew.
This home is situated on scenic Route A1A between St. Augustine, North America’s oldest continuously occupied city, and Palm Coast, a master planned community not born until the 1970s and incorporated as a city only 15 years ago. World class clubs are within minutes. Marineland, with its 16 residents, Dolphin Adventure and Intracoastal Waterway marina are only one mile away. A1A south will take you to iconic Flagler Beach, or further to Daytona Beach. Interstate 95 offers easy access to Jacksonville and Orlando airports and attractions. The nearby Flagler Executive Airport is equipped to accommodate private jet aircraft. Jet Blue recently began daily direct flights to New York City from nearby Daytona Beach Airport.
The Palm Coast 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 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 80,000. Flagler County’s population recently passed the 105,000 mark.
6917 N Ocean Shore Blvd is offered for $1,699,000 by the Molly Carey team of Molly Carey and Rob Logan, of Berkshire Hathaway HS Fortune Group Properties.
Here's how to contact them:
- Molly Carey – (386) 986-0389 or MollyCarey@cfl.rr.com
- Rob Logan – (386) 585-0752 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Why pay South Florida prices when you can have 200 feet of Atlantic Ocean frontage, 1.3 acres overlooking a 33-acre bird sanctuary for less than $370 per square foot????