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1324 MIRACLE STRIP PKWY Unit 503 Fort Walton Beach Florida Foreclosure Pre Marketing Listing

May 9, 2010
Foreclosure property Fort Walton Beach

Bank Owned property FWB Florida

 

Project: DESTIN WEST SANDPIPER    
    BalconySF: 206
Address: 1324 MIRACLE STRIP PKWY , #503 Bedrooms: 1
  FORT WALTON BEACH, FL Baths Full/Half: 2/
Zip: 32548 StoriesInUnit: 1
County: OKALOOSA YearBuilt: 2003
MainArea: 12 Fort Walton Beach OccStat: VacationRental
SubArea: 01 OKALOOSA ISLAND ImmOcc? Y
ParcelID: 00-2S-24-2300-0000-0503 ConstrStat: Construction Complete
ElemSch: OCEAN CITY Middle: BRUNER High: FORT WALTON BEACH
Dir: On the bay side of Hwy 98, .4 miles east of Brooks Bridge. Unit 503 Sandpiper (Destin West Beach & Bay Resort).
Legal: Sandpiper @ Destin West Beach & Bay Resort unit 503

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Fort Walton Beach 727 Mary Ave now sold

November 8, 2009
MLS#: 523195 OfficeFile#: ListPrice: $77,000
Status: Sold ApproxSF: 1,175 BG:1175
Address: 727 MARY AVE $/Sqft: $65.53
FORT WALTON BEACH, FL Bedrooms: 4
Zip: 32547 Baths Full/Half: 1/
County: OKALOOSA Stories: 1
MainArea: 12 Fort Walton Beach YearBuilt: 1958
SubArea: 06 OCEAN CITY OccStat: Vacant
Subdiv: OCEAN CITY ImmOcc? Y
ParcelID: 02-2S-24-213A-000H-0030 ConstrStat: Construction Complete
ElemSch: WRIGHT Middle: PRYOR High: CHOCTAWHATCHEE
Dir: From Racetrack by the fire station, turn south on Pinedale which turns into Mary Ave. The house is on the left.
Legal: Racetrack Rd S/D Lot 3 Blk H

“AS IS”home just waiting for a personal touch. Bathroom has been remodeled. Enclosed porch area, large back yard with wooden fence and building for storage. Home needs updating and is in a good location. It is close to schools, shopping and bases. A great potential for a remodel and update. PROPERTY TO BE SOLD “AS IS”.

727 Mary Avenue, Fort Walton Beach FL

I just participated in this sale representing the buyers.

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Fort Walton Beach

April 30, 2009

From a population of 90 in 1940 to over 175,000 in 2002, the Greater Fort Walton Beach area has enjoyed growth in many areas. Undiscovered for many years, the area abounds with both large and small businesses, beautiful residential neighborhoods, sophisticated condominium complexes, an active industrial park engaged in light, clean industry, and many opportunities for outdoor sports and activities. A civic auditorium, council chambers, library complex, and attractive parks give the city its core of activity. Fort Walton Beach has an unusual number of fine restaurants and entertainment facilities. A top rated educational system provides students with the opportunity of a kindergarten through graduate school education. The city has many churches of every denomination as well as numerous clubs and civic organizations. Situated on the beautiful white sands of the Emerald Coast on the Gulf of Mexico, Fort Walton Beach draws from a business area of more than 177,000 people. Many factors go into making Fort Walton Beach and Okaloosa County the vibrant area it is today. However, there are five important areas that stand out: the military impact in the community, the high tech industry located here, the abundant educational opportunities, the cost of living and the life-style advantages. Browse through the community section to see things that make the Fort Walton Beach area such an attractive place to work, live and play. Fort Walton Beach is rapidly earning the reputation as the “Technology Coast.” Dozens of small and mid-size companies designing and manufacturing a vast assortment of products for military/industrial use have chosen our area as their home. These businesses often keep a low public profile due to their military and defense connections, but their impact on Fort Walton Beach is great. Their presence means an influx of professionals who are highly skilled, highly educated and highly paid. As the “Technology Coast” grows – and by all indications it will do so by leaps and bounds – so will the Fort Walton Beach metro area.


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