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A Nice Sebastian Home in a Waterfront Community
6175 S. Mirror Lake Dr., #306, Sebastian, Florida 32958
Sebastian is a sleepy coastal town on the southeastern Florida coast, and it is the location of this top (3rd) floor condominium with two bedrooms, two baths and 1,199 square feet. The home was built in 1983 and is in a waterfront (river) community called Reflections on the River. The asking price is $275,000.
The interior has a nice tile entry and light colored paint with bright accent walls. The open kitchen has a stainless steel fridge, a stove, a dishwasher and a stackable washer and dryer. One bath is light colored, and the other is pink.
The master bedroom boasts a glass-enclosed balcony that overlooks woods and a bit of water. Electric air conditioning keeps everything cool in the summer. The unit comes fully furnished and has assigned parking.
Community amenities include a swimming pool and a long boardwalk out to the boat dock where all kinds of boats are moored.
The HOA fee is $533 per month.
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