Properties like this are getting harder and harder to find! This 2016 built Hulbert Home sits on not one but TWO buildable lots(190 & 184 Paradise Island Dr.) for a total of 1.22 acres located on the Hamilton chain of lakes. If you don't need all of the space you could sell the vacant lot to offset some of your cost, or better yet start your family compound. Best of all NO HOA! No details were spared in this 3 bedroom (plus an office) 3 bath home. You are greeted by a beautiful paver driveway, leading you to the 3 car garage. As you walk through the foyer you get the high end touches with the tall ceilings and the Coffered Ceiling. You get breathtaking views of Little Lake Hamilton, orange groves and vineyard across the water through the collapsable sliding glass doors. The kitchen has all the quality you are looking for with marble and granite counter tops, all soft close drawer base cabinetry, and stainless appliances. The bedrooms all feature plantation shutter window treatments. The outdoor space has been pre-plumbed and wired for an outdoor kitchen and the house was laid out for a future pool in mind. The extra lot included in this sale is perfect for the avid fisher or boat enthusiast, as it features its own private crushed shell boat launch, a storage shed, and a 24 x 24 metal carport. This home truly has too many features to list them all, so schedule your showing and fall in love with all this highly appointed home has to offer.
Listing courtesy of THE MARKET REALTY COMPANY.
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