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Daytona Beach, Florida Oceanfront Home for Sale
1909 S. Atlantic Ave., #501, Daytona Beach, Florida 32118
On Florida's northeastern coast, busy Daytona Beach is the site of this oceanfront condominium for sale. It is a corner unit on the fifth floor of an eight story building called Oceanside Inn and has one bedroom, one bath and 433 square feet. Built in 1973, it has an asking price of $145,000.
Sitting directly on the beach, the building has a blue and yellow exterior. It is under new management as of the last couple of months and is undergoing renovations (lobby, amenities, etc.) to update and modernize it.
The unit itself is bright and airy with new black/gray vinyl plank flooring, light gray/blue/green walls, depending on the light, and a white ceiling. There is a small entryway, and at the end of the living area there are floor to ceiling windows with views of the ocean, the coastline and the city. A little alcove is next to the windows.
The in-suite kitchen includes a stainless steel, semi-mini fridge and a microwave. The bath has pinkish/beige tile floors, grab bars and a walk-in shower.
Amenities include a heated oceanside swimming pool, a gym, a tiki bar and more. The hotel accepts nightly, weekly, etc. reservations from vacationers, so it has a lot of comings and goings, particuulary during the high season (Thanksgiving through mid-April).
The HOA fee is $462 per month and covers internet, cable, electricity, trash pick up, water, pest control, exterior maintenance and unassigned parking.
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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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