Often at the end of the foreclosure line is an outdated and dirty home that few buyers can imagine living in
Cape Coral, FL (Vocus) February 6, 2010
A Gulf of Mexico access pool home nestled in the most popular SW Cape Coral, Florida, neighborhood on intersecting canals is now available for sale after the former foreclosure property was professionally remodeled. Built in 1990, this home offers travertine marble floors, high ceilings, palladium windows, open floor plan and atrium master bathroom. Luxury Lifestyle Homes (http://www.LuxuryLifeStyleHomes.com) Broker Robin Speronis alerts buyers of unique waterfront homes in Southwest Florida that this home reflects a growing trend of builders buying foreclosure properties, remodeling the properties and then reselling the properties.
“Often at the end of the foreclosure line is an outdated and dirty home that few buyers can imagine living in,” says Robin Speronis, Owner/Broker of Luxury Lifestyle Homes of Southwest Florida. “When builders finish updating and cleaning these former foreclosure homes inside and out, the result is often a beautiful home that still sells below reproduction cost.”
This home is located in the most popular GEO area CC22, unit 69 of SW Cape Coral, FL, and has 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2-car garage and is 2,639 square feet. A split floor plan, the home also has granite counter tops in the upscale kitchen, a floor to ceiling glass wall breakfast room over looking the intersecting canals, wet bar, fireplace, dual 12 seer puron AC units, wrap around boat dock with a 7,000 lb boat lift, and all assessments are paid. The home is listed at $475,000 or $179.99 a square foot.
The website http://www.LuxuryLifeStyleHomes.com has details and pictures of this Gulf of Mexico access pool home in SW Cape Coral, Florida. Broker Robin Speronis is also available to answer questions on this home as well as other properties in Southwest Florida through an integrated chat feature on the website.
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