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Cocoa Beach, Florida Beachfront Home for Sale
22 Tulip Ave., Apt 328, Cocoa Beach, Florida 32931
On Florida's Space Coast, Cocoa Beach is the site of this mellow condominium for sale. It is in a beachfront building called The Marlin and has one bedroom, one bath and 760 square feet. Built in 1964, the property has an asking price of $239,000.
The Marlin is a two story structure, and this home is on the second floor. The city of Cocoa Beach is to the west. Parking and other buildings are to the north and south. The white sand beach and the soft blue ocean are about 100 feet to the east.
Inside, the home boasts white tile floors and white paint. The kitchen has a long countertop, wood cabinetry and black and white appliances. The bath has matching cabinetry and a walk-in shower. Vaulted ceilings are in the bedroom. The balcony features views of the Atlantic Ocean.
All of the units in The Marlin are privately owned and many owners rent their unit to tourists on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis. The on-site management takes care of this for owners. Rents range from $1,395 to $2,005 per month, depending on the season, for units such as this one.
Amenities include a beachside grilling area and a laundry area.
The HOA fee is $600 per month and covers utilities, water, sewer, cable, air conditioning, building maintenance and building insurance.
Visit tinyurl.com/28c55fx8 to see this home. Visit themarlin.com to see the building and its rental rates.
Cocoa Beach, Florida:
Sitting along the mid-Atlantic coast of Florida (the "Space Coast"), Cocoa Beach was a non-descript kind of place until the early 1950s when NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center arrived 15 miles north of town and brought in all kinds of new people, including astronauts. The 1960s TV show, I Dream of Jeannie, about an astronaut and his genie, was set here.
These days, Cocoa Beach is a little faded but popular with tourists and retirees (the median age is 56). It is home to famous, 52,000 square foot Ron Jon's, the world's largest surf shop, and it is the site of the East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame. Most people, though, come for the six miles of sun-kissed, (often crowded) white sand beaches and for the steady surfing waves.
Canaveral National Seashore, known for its dunes, salt marshes, beaches and lagoons, is just down the road.
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