Luckily Miss Claudette turned out to be a big rain event only, dropping over 9 inches on the Cape during her approach and visit. 50 mph gusts for a couple hours on Sunday around dinner time and a power outage that lasted only long enough to force a candlelight dinner. That’s pretty much my definition of The Perfect Storm. Back to normal today, and it was the “new normal” of so much going on working with buyer requests that this column which yesterday I promised to have out this morning is arriving early evening.
Turns out we have another week where sellers just don’t seem to get that buyers are refusing to pay inflated prices, and if you put it out there with an unrealistic price it isn’t going anywhere. That said, I can’t find anything among our six new listings worth stopping the presses for. There is, however, a shining star within the pack of nine new price tags.
How’s this for a view from your gulf front home? It looks even better when you consider the price has been reduced from $999,000 to $749,000? Here’s the 411:
Beautiful 2880 square foot, 6-bedroom, 5-bath gulf front home built in 2006 which you approach via a brick paver driveway lined with oyster shells landscaped with palm trees, sea oats, and flowering shrubs.
Three levels with an elevator, gas fireplace, living area with gulf front balcony, bamboo floors and blinds, and kitchen with high end appliances and granite countertops.
Tastefully furnished with everything you need for a turn-key income-producing property or family beach get away.
Hardie board siding and galvanized roof afford low exterior maintenance. Private well feeds the sprinkler system.
Interested in finding out more? Call me at 850-227-5197 or send me an email to [email protected] and I’ll be glad to help.