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Everglades City Stilt Home in a Waterfront Community for Sale
675 Copeland Ave. S, Unit 12, Everglades City, Florida 34139
Little Everglades City is across the water from Ten Thousand Islands on Florida's southwestern coast and is the location of this stilt manufactured home for sale. It is in a community called Fisherman's Cove, which sits next to a canal that runs into Chokoloskee Bay and then into the open sea. The home was constructed in 2020, has one bedroom, one bath and 560 square feet. The asking price is $259,000.
The property features a tan vinyl exterior with red shutters and sits atop 10 white cement posts. A wooden staircase runs along the side of the house and up onto a long balcony. Under the home is plenty of space for an automobile, storage or a nice sitting area.
Inside, the home has laminate dark wood flooring, a slightly vaulted ceiling and ceiling fans. The attractive kitchen cabinets match the wood floor, and the appliances (dishwasher, microwave, fridge, self cleaning oven) are black. Both the kitchen and bath have granite countertops. The bedroom has a window.
The home is wired for cable, has a washer/dryer hookup and storm resistant windows.
Community amenities include a clubhouse, a laundry, a screened fish cleaning station with water and electricity, a bath house, boat storage and a boat ramp. Pets are allowed.
The lot fee is $210 per quarter and covers water, sewer, trash pickup and yard care. Please check with a Realtor to verify this.
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