For Sale In Desired Neighborhood In Destin Florida

Dated: 06/06/2017

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You know the saying – Location, Location, Location - much sought after Diamond Lakes Townhomes are centrally located in Destin just off Commons Drive close to restaurants, golf courses, shopping and entertainment and just one mile away from beautiful Henderson Beach State Park. 228 Diamond Cove is an upscale brick 3-bedroom, 2-bath townhome with a private 2-car garage and screened-in porch. The interior offers a contemporary look with an open floor plan, 10 ft. ceilings in the living area, gas fireplace in the great room with built-in book shelves, a spacious kitchen with breakfast bar. Large master has en suite with double vanities, separate large shower, jetted tub and walk-in closet. Enjoy evenings on your large screened porch or swimming in the community pool. Large 2 car garage. HOA maintains exterior landscaping.


For more information on this property click here or contact Richard Eimers directly at 850.259.1798.


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