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A Cozy Miramar Beach Resort Home
9700 Grand Sandestin Blvd., #4105, Miramar Beach, Florida 32550
Sun drenched Miramar Beach is a classic beach town on the Florida Panhandle and is the location of this lovely and cozy 445 square foot, one bath studio condominium for sale. Just 300 feet from the water, the home is in the Bahia, a luxury, bayfront five story condo building that is part of the beautiful, 4-star, 2400-acre Sandestin Beach and Golf Resort. The asking price is $279,000. Pets are allowed.
The residence is on the first floor and was built in 2006. It has tile flooring, and there is a small patio with leafy swimming pool views. The in-suite kitchen has a tile backsplash, a microwave and a small fridge while the cozy bath boasts a vessel sink, a towel nook and sliding glass shower doors.
Owners in the Bahia have access to the Solstice Club, a private club, as well as to the amenities of the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, which include seven miles of beaches, a marina, tennis courts, four championship golf courses and more. Miles of walking and golf cart paths meander through the jungle-like grounds that are dotted with lakes, lagoons and fountains.
The HOA fee is $562 per month.
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