Price Reduced $10k!! Don't miss this contemporary custom built 3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage pool home in turn key condition. Step inside this immaculate home and you will find recent updates including professionally painted interior in designer colors, granite countertops, Reverse Osmosis water filtration system in kitchen, wood floor in office/bedroom, newer hot water heater, hurricane shutters, and a 10K boat lift. This home is located in the much sought after "Bird Section" and has Sailboat access to Charlotte Harbor via Buckley's Pass or Ponce Inlet. The saltwater pool is solar heated and the Salt Generator has recently been replaced as well. Come live the peaceful good life in Punta Gorda Isles. This is a place where you will feel most welcome with so many activities to enjoy and the many clubs offered through the civic association will keep you as busy as you want to be. Sold unfurnished, but some furniture negotiable.
Listing courtesy of STELLAR_MLS / KW PEACE RIVER PARTNERS
Last updated Dec 29, 2021
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From downtown Punta Gorda take US 41S to Aqui Esta Drive, turn right on Aqui Esta and then a left on Bal Harbor at 4 way stop sign. Follow Bal Harbor then left on Albatross and then a right on Whippoorwill. House will be on the left.
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