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Cedar Key, Florida Tropical, Part-Time Seaside Home for Sale
82 2nd St., Unit 210, Cedar Key, Florida 32625
Off the beaten path on Florida's northwestern Big Bend Coast, little Cedar Key is the site of this tropical oceanside condominium for sale. It is a part-time, studio residence in a building called Cedar Cove and has one bath and 480 square feet. Built in 1982, the property has an asking price of $178,500.
Cedar Cove is three stories tall with a white exterior and balconies facing the Gulf of Mexico. This home is a corner unit on the second floor and has an exterior entrance.
The interior has vinyl wood plank flooring, pastel blue walls with white beadboard wainscoting and a traditional white ceiling. The living room/bedroom and the balcony have beautiful two directional views of water, sky and a couple of other buildings.
Lovely wood cabinets, brown speckled granite countertops, a white subway tile backsplash and white appliances, including a full size fridge in its own alcove, are in the ensuite kitchen. The bath is blue and white with a shower and tub.
Amenities include a swimming pool and a sun deck.
Cedar Cove allows owners to occupy the unit for up to 120 days per year. All other days are dedicated to producing income, which can be handled through the on-site rental management office.
The HOA fee is $430 per month.
Visit tinyurl.com/392mcnpf to see this home. Please note that some Realtor websites say that this a one bedroom unit.
Cedar Key, Florida:
Tiny Cedar Key (population 750) is a very relaxed fishing village on a small barrier island along Florida's northwestern coast. Off the beaten path, it is a place far from the hassles of modern life and has a seductive "ends of the earth" feeling about it. Some people say it is what Key West used to be.
There are no fancy resort hotels, but tourists come fish for black sea bass, dig for clams and spend time in the several refuges and state parks that are perfect for watching and photographing Florida's abundant wildlife. Of particular note is the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge to the south of Cedar Key.
The historic, weathered downtown is lined with fun seafood eateries, groceries, art galleries, trinket shops, candy stores, a bank and the like. Flip flops and t-shirts are the attire of choice, and many an evening is spent drinking cold beers while while watching the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico.
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