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St. Augustine, Florida Cute Seaside Home for Sale
6300 A1A, B44d, Saint Augustine, Florida 32080
Saint Augustine is a beautiful historic town on the northeastern Florida coast and is the location of this cute coastal condominium with one bedroom, two baths and 768 square feet. Built in 1974, it has an asking price of $275,000.
The residence is in a gated oceanside community with low rise buildings and has an exterior entrance.
Inside, the floors are off-white tile, and the walls and ceiling are white. The living area has two large windows.
The kitchen has wood cabinets, white appliances, white countertops and a concave ceiling. A full size washer and dryer hide in a small laundry area.
A window, pale mint walls and a ceiling fan adorn the bedroom. The master bath has designer lighting, a large mirror and a shower and tub.
Community amenities include a swimming pool and a long, gated boardwalk with private beach access.
The HOA fee is somewhere between $502 and $640 per month.
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St. Augustine, Florida:
On the northeastern shore of Florida, St. Augustine is a charming 457-year-old town steeped in Old World character, romance and history. It was founded by the Spanish in 1565, 42 years before Jamestown, Virginia was settled, and it is the oldest continuously occupied city in the United States.
Today, the city is a lively tourist destination where the past always seems close at hand. Remnants of the First Spanish Colonial Period are visible in the four square mile Historic District where narrow streets are lined with beautifully restored (and reconstructed) balconied homes, clapboard homes and homes built with coquina (crushed shells).
Downtown's charming, pedestrian-friendly St. George Street has a wonderful array of boutiques, restaurants, galleries, pubs, bookstores, small hotels and a few haunted buildings. First Friday Art Walks and historical reenactments attract sizeable crowds.
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