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Ocean City, Maryland Bayside Home for Sale
200 59th St., Unit 310, Ocean City, Maryland 21842
Ocean City is a resort town on a barrier island along the northern coast of Maryland and is the locale of this bayside condominium for sale. It has one bedroom, one bath, 474 square feet and was built in 1989. The asking price is $209,000.
The home is in a condo hotel called Coconut Malorie and sits next to Isle of Wight Bay. The exterior is light gray and blue.
Inside, the walls are light gray, and the ceiling is white. The floors are white tile. At the end of the living space are glass doors that open onto the small balcony with pretty water and marsh views.
The kitchen features white appliances and a black countertop. The bedroom is small but has a closet. In the bath are tile walls and a shower and tub.
Amenities include a swimming pool, a reading room, a fitness center, an arcade and more. The oceanfront beach is three blocks away.
The HOA fee is $626 per month.
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Ocean City, Maryland:
Ocean City (population 7,000) is a vibrant coastal town known for its wide, white beaches and sparkling blue waters. It sits on the northern Maryland coast, next to the Delware border, and it draws tourists from around the country.
A particularly popular attraction is the boardwalk, which stretches for three miles along the beach. Dotted with delicious eateries, colorful shops, fun arcades and amusement rides, including a giant ferris wheel, it is the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll.
The town also boasts excellent fishing opportunities, with charter boats available for deep sea fishing trips. Locals and visitors alike catch a variety of fish, including tuna, marlin, and swordfish. Ocean City also offers a variety of water sports, including jet skiing, parasailing, and windsurfing. Golf is also popular.
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