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Florence, Oregon Oceanfront Home for Sale
88416 1st Ave., #401, Florence, Oregon 97439
On Oregon's scenic mid-coast, Florence is the location of this direct oceanfront condomunium for sale. It is a top floor studio unit in a four story building named Driftwood Shores and has one bath, 497 square feet and was built in 1970. The asking price is $239,997.
Inside, the floor has dark carpeting; the walls are gray, and the ceiling is white. At the end of the living room are sliding glass doors and a balcony with gorgeous views of the Pacific and the often uncrowded beach.
The little kitchen has a sink, brown granite countertops, a mini-fridge and a microwave oven. The bath has matching countertops and a tiled, walk-in shower.
Community amenities include a swimming pool and a convenience store (with liquor). A boardwalk leads to the beach, which is about 100 feet away.
The HOA fee is $554 per month and covers cable TV, internet, trash, water and more.
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Florence (population 9,500) is a weathered waterfront town at the mouth of the Siuslaw River on Oregon's rugged, scenic mid-coast. Commercial fishing has always played a part in this area's economy, and while it still does so today, gambling tourism now mingles with the rugged maritime culture.
FAlong the river, Old Town is the touristy section and has fun art galleries, bookstores, cafes, pubs and trinket stores. Grocery stores, fast food outlets, gas stations, banks and more are further inland on either side of the Oregon Coast Highway.
FOutdoor recreation plays a large part in most people's lives here. Three state parks and miles of often empty beaches are close at hand, with migrating whales and sea lions cavorting offshore. Seventeen lakes provide plenty of fishing opportunities.
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