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Daytona Beach, Florida Riverfront Home for Sale
145 N Halifax Ave., Apt 406, Daytona Beach, Florida 32118
On Florida's northeastern coast, bustling Daytona Beach is the site of this Intracoastal Waterfront (Halifax River) condominium for sale. It has two bedrooms, two baths, 1,060 square feet and was built in 1974. The asking price is $263,500.
The home is in a tan L-shaped building with seven stories and has a bright blue door exterior entrance.
Inside, the floor is tan tile; the walls are gray with white trim and the ceiling is white. At the end of the living room is a wide sliding glass door exiting to a private tiled balcony with sweeping river views. A south-facing window offers even wider vistas. All windows have hurricane shutters.
The kitchen features wood cabinets, brown speckeled granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. A stackable washer and dryer is tucked in a closet.
Green walls and a riverside window create a soothing ambiance in one bedroom, while white walls and a window are an open palette in the other. Both have newer carpeting. One bath has a shower/tub and the other a walk-in shower.
Amenities include a recently reinforced sea wall, a swimming pool with a new pool deck and renovated elevators.
The HOA fee is $647 per month.
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Daytona Beach, Florida:
Lively Daytona Beach (population 70,000) is on Florida's northeastern coast and is known for its wide, 23-mile long beach with hard-packed sand. It is this sand that attracted early-20th century automobile inventors looking for a place to test their new products. In 1958, NASCAR created the Daytona International Speedway to replace the beach course. Today, cars are still permitted on much of the beach but cannot travel faster than 10 MPH.
The city has an abundace of water parks, a fun boardwalk and numerous automobile- and motorcycle-related festivals, including Speedweeks, Coke Zero Sugar 400 and Daytona Beach Bike Week. Spring Breakers descend in March. Interestingly, Daytona Beach does not allow thong bikikins on the beach or anywhere else in town.
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