Under Contract – Sandestin Beachwalk Villas, 5108 Beachwalk Place, Miramar Beach, FL 32550
Listed for $324,900
2 Bedrooms | 2 Full Bathrooms | 1 Half Bathroom | ~1,300 sq ft
Sandestin Beachwalk Villas, 5108 Beachwalk Place is a townhouse on the south side of Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. The proximity to what feels like your own private beach some days, is just a short walk, bike or golf cart ride away. You’ll never have to leave the gates of Sandestin because everything you’ll need is within them.
Enter Sandestin Beachwalk Villas, 5108 Beachwalk Place through the open air courtyard to find the natural light pouring into the open kitchen and living area. The kitchen features granite counter tops and overlooks the dining and living areas. Freshly painted in a ‘Sea Salt’ color, the main living area provides a peaceful, serene place to relax. Or step outside to the patio that looks onto the pond.
On the second floor is a large bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a walk in closet so spacious that previous owners have used it as a nook for a twin bed. A washer and dryer are conveniently located in the upstairs hallway leading to the master suite. This room boasts water views, double closets, and fresh paint on the walls. In the words of the seller, “This home is magical. It’s a place to rejuvenate and where dreams come true and memories of a lifetime are made.”
5108 Beachwalk Place has a prime location inside Sandestin Resort
For Sale – 123 Barton’s Way, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Available for $765,000
4 Bedrooms | 3 Full Bathrooms | 2 Half Bathrooms | ~3,212 sq ft
Privacy abounds at your beach vacation home on 30A. Welcome to 123 Barton’s Way, Grayton Beach, FL 32459. This luxury 30A home is in The Preserve at Grayton Beach, a gated community with amenities and private beach access. Located just 3 miles west from Seaside and Watercolor and only a mile away from Grayton Beach, this home is surrounded by a nature preserve and has a view of the Gulf and Big Redfish coastal dune lake. With 4 bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half bathrooms, this spacious beach home is perfect for a beach getaway and entertaining. The third floor has an open concept entertaining area with a kitchenette, wet bar, wine refrigerator and nature views.
For Sale – Grand Dunes Unit 1130, 219 Scenic Gulf Drive, Miramar Beach, FL 32550
Available for $1,371,000
3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | ~2476 sq ft
You truly feel like you are on top of the world when you step off of the private elevator that opens directly into Grand Dunes Unit 1130, 219 Scenic Gulf Drive, Miramar Beach, FL 32550. This luxury condominium has two Gulf front master suites, a huge Gulf front balcony and incredible direct Gulf views of the Emerald Coast and white sand beaches everywhere you look. Unit 1130 is facing West, which allows you to see breathtaking sunsets every evening and gives you views down the entire beach to the Destin Pass.
You will be amazed by the craftsmanship and attention to detail that this luxurious condominium offers. It is a spectacular 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom fully furnished condo with panoramic views and upscale features. The large, tiled, wrap around balcony has a built-in gas stainless grill and is perfect for entertaining and relaxing.
For Sale – 264 Lakeview Beach Drive, Miramar Beach, FL 32550
Available for $715,400
3 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom | 2,385 sq ft | Lake Front
If you have been looking for serenity and peaceful waterfront living for a great cost, 264 Lakeview Beach Drive, Miramar Beach, FL 32550 is your match! For sale is a beautiful 2 story, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom lake front home located in Gulf Pines, a charming and low-density community in Miramar Beach with approximately 1,200 feet of deeded beach access. Enjoy tranquil lake front living while being in very close proximity to the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico – best of both worlds! This home is nestled perfectly on over a 1/4 acre lakefront lot with a dock and offers 86 feet of lake frontage. Welcoming entry with a large circular paver-stone driveway surrounded by exquisite landscaping. The backyard is plentiful with mature trees including oak, bald cypress, crepe myrtle and a weeping willow swaying in the wind over the lake.
With about 2,385 sq ft of heated living space, 264 Lakeview Beach Drive has plenty of room to be a primary beach residence or secondary vacation home. Interior features include a breakfast bar, built-in bookcases, cathedral ceilings, crown molding, gas fireplace, tray ceilings, recessed lighting, and more.
When considering selling your home, the first gems of advice are to de-clutter, de-personalize, and to stage your home. But what does that mean?
First off, hiring an experienced real estate agent who is an expert in preparing a home for market both aesthetically as well as financially is key. A good realtor will explain the need to de-clutter and de-personalize by packing away the majority of your knick knacks along with your personal family photos. When potential buyers walk into your home, they need to see somewhat of a blank canvas. That way, they can visualize their own décor and family photos on the walls. They need to see a minimal amount of your furniture in each room so they can visualize their own furniture in place. The more potential buyers can see themselves settled into your home – the more apt they are to make an offer! Sometimes if your furniture is “tired-looking,” it would be best to place those pieces in storage along with any other boxes you have packed. Leave every room, basement, and garage free of clutter. Amanda Abbott, Seller Specialist of the Nathan Abbott Team, says “You will be surprised how much of a difference some simple de-cluttering makes when presenting the home or condominium to the buyer. In today’s market, it is very important to have the countertops cleared off and the clutter minimized before taking the professional photos. Buyers shop online a lot before even calling the realtor, so putting the best foot forward from the beginning is extremely important. We will walk you through the process and personally help get your property show ready. Our experience and willingness to do so sets us apart from other listing agents.”
What does it mean to stage your home? A good realtor will explain the importance of walking into your home and viewing it through a potential buyer’s eyes. Your realtor should give you expert advice on what needs to go and what should stay before placing your home on the market. Maybe bring in a few fresh pieces such as a vase of fresh flowers or a few new pillows for the couch. Maybe the walls could use a fresh coat of a neutral color of paint. And most importantly, clean, clean, clean. Repair any leaking faucet; make sure all the light bulbs are working. Wax the woodwork and polish the floors. Make your home sparkle. Don’t forget the outside of your home. Take care of any chipped paint, weeds, and untrimmed trees and shrubs. Make sure your home has great curb appeal. Potential buyers want to see that your home has been well taken care of inside and out.
A bit of hard work before your home hits the market will be well worth the effort in getting you a top dollar offer! Please contact the Nathan Abbott Team at ResortQuest for more information on listing your property today.