Here’s what I believe is a first in the two and a half years I’ve beeen doing this blog: we have a week with no closings and no new contracts. I guess everyone’s taking a breather after all the activity of the past few months. All the action was with listings, with thirteen new offerings and seven price changes. We managed to whittle the inventory a bit, reducing it by four down to 351, with 135 homes and 216 lots listed for sale in the MLS in the Cape San Blas, Indian Pass and C-30 market.
I’m not seeing anything among our thirteen new listings with that perfect combination of high quality and low pricing to warrant Pick of the Week status, but one of the seven price changes did catch my eye.
I’m liking this gulf front home in Gulf Pines which comes in at $499,000 this week, down from an already low $519,000, and temptingly below the county’s assessment of $538,049. It’s a 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,296 square foot beach bungalow built in 1984, situated on a 75′ wide gulf front lot in a community eligible for federal flood insurance. What’s not to like? I could get used to living with a view like this . . .
You can’t get much more like living in a Florida postcard than that.
This home is move-in ready – just pick up your keys at closing and head to the beach for vacation.
That’ll do it for today. I’m looking for new listings so if you’re thinking of selling, let’s talk. My number is 850-227-5197 or send me an email to [email protected]. I hope wherever you are this weekend you’re warm and cozy. If you’re up there in blizzard country shoveling snow, keep in mind our “white drifts” are warm and sunny, and waiting for you here along Florida’s Forgotten Coast.