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Nokomis Waterfront Home for Sale
42 King Arthur Dr., Nokomis, Florida 34275
Nokomis sits on the southwestern Florida coast and is the site of this manufactured home for sale. Tucked along Shakett Creek in a 55+ community called Kings Gate Club, it has two bedrooms, two baths, 1,344 square feet and direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. The property was constructed in 1981 and has an asking price of $330,000.
The exterior is white with small green shutters and covered parking. Out back, a large shed has a laundry area, and the private boat dock is perfect for a canoe or kayak.
Inside, the living room boasts light colored carpet, an enclosed lani, a large covered patio and views of the leafy back yard and creek. The dining area has built-in shelves, and the master bedroom features three windows for plenty of light. The kitchen has tile floors and white appliances.
Available for sale at an additional price are a golf cart, a TV and a sound bar. Beautiful Nokomis Beach is just four miles away.
The HOA fee is $336 per month and covers lawn care, basic cable and internet.
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