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5031 5th Ave., Key West, Florida 33040
Sunset Harbor in Balmy Key West is a Casual, All Ages Community with Pastel Colored Manufactured Homes That Back to Two Deep Water Canals
Balmy Key West sits at the very end of the Florida Keys and is the location of gated Sunset Harbor, an all ages manufactured home community with new and previously owned park models for sale and lease. Seventy nine homes are here, and each one is pastel colored.
Some properties have a small front porch; most have a car port. Landscaping is minimal, and homes sit close to one another. One bedroom dwellings usually sell in the $70,000s and $80,000s, while two bedrooms usually sell in the low- to mid-$100,000s. Rental prices with a long term lease start at around $1,700 to $1,800 per month.
With sandy streets lined by telephone poles and stubby palm trees, Sunset Harbor has a tropical, bohemian atmosphere. The community sits along two deep water canals, providing access to both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Many homes have a private boat dock with a motorboat moored along side.
Amenities include a 12-slip marina and a new, heated (and cooled as needed) resort-style swimming pool. Fishing along the canals is a popular pastime.
Homes do not come up for sale (or lease) often, and the only one for sale now has a pending offer. Buying in this community means keeping an eye peeled for new listings.
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