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North Bay Village, Florida Bayside Home with Extraordinary Views for Sale
7904 West Dr., Apt 916, North Bay Village, Florida 33141
North Bay Village is an island town between Miami and Miami Beach in southeast Florida's Biscayne Bay and is the locale of this attractive bayside condominium for sale. It has one bedroom, one bath, 642 square feet and was built in 1963. The asking price is $225,000.
The home is in a tall white building called the Bayshore Yacht and Tennis Club and features white tile floors, white walls and a white ceiling. The living area has a window, but the most extraordinary views of water, boats and skyline are from the bedroom and its balcony.
The separate kitchen has wood cabinetry, white countertops, stainless steel appliances and a taupe tile backsplash. In the bath are a tub and shower. Laundry facilities are downstairs.
This is a secure building with a doorman and card entry. Amenities include a heated watersite pool and a marina.
The HOA fee is $654 per month and includes water, insurance, amenities, trash pick up and common area maintenance.
Visit tinyurl.com/y82kdhjj to see this home. The seller is asking cash.
North Bay Village, Florida:
Sun-soked North Bay Village (population 8,200 ) sits on top of three man-made islands (North Bay Island, Treasure Island and Pelican Harbor Marina) in the middle of Biscayne Bay between Miami and Miami Beach on the southeastern Florida coast. It was created by dredging the bay in the early-1940s and for many years was a celebrity hot spot, popular with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Judy Garland and others.
Today, North Bay Village is racially diverse and chock full of Miami Modernist-style garden apartments and bungalows, highrise condos, hotels and waterside restaurants. Gorgeous water views are everywhere. A causeway connects the islands to the mainland and to Miami Beach.
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