Amazing Primary Residence Or 2nd Home In Santa Rosa Beach FL

Dated: 07/21/2017

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Open Floor Plan includes an appreciation of it’s wonderful natural setting with large wrap around covered porch with French doors opening onto the porch from each bedroom. The large open living area on the first floor includes a luxurious master bedroom, 2 guest bedrooms, gourmet kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances, custom wood cabinets, large island with granite counter-tops, large open dining area and stone fireplace with built-ins. The basement includes a large storage room, oversized garage, work room and the 4th bedroom and full bathroom, this area is perfect for mother-in-law suite or home office. This Bunker Place Craftsman’s style home is just a short stroll to the beach access and is very close to the Santa Rosa Beach Golf Course, Gulf Place shopping area and the Vue Restaurant.

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Selling real estate from Destin to Panama City Beach since 1995 and loving it!

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