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Terra Vista and Citrus Hills delivers Florida living in a variety of village styles including both traditional single-family homes and easy maintenance detached villas. The stylish neighborhoods are highlighted by gated entrances for added privacy and impeccably manicured landscaping to create an...
03/23/2013
Early in 1972 platting of the land was begun and by July the first ground was broken. Sugarmill Woods was the first uniquely designed residential area in the United States to develop the concept of “wildlife strips” (now called greenbelts), allowing people and nature to live together in harmony. ...
03/23/2013
The Hernando Beach area of Hernando County offers waterfront living for people who enjoy the outside life and want to take full advantage of what the “Florida Nature Coast” has to offer its residents. Situated on the Gulf of Mexico it is home to many boating enthusiasts and water lovers and offer...
03/22/2013
$525,000 , 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 0 half baths, 525,000 square feet     Natalia Carey | Coldwell Banker Next Generation Realty | (352) 364-1573 12022 W Bayshore Dr, Crystal River, FL Completely Updated Open Dixie Shores Waterfront, Crystal River, Florida 3BR/2BA Single Family House   offered ...
03/21/2013
It's just not that easy to sell your home these days. Home staging, the art of making your home look neat, stylish and inviting to a potential home buyer, is the essential first step in selling your home. If your staging is successful you will leave a lasting impression on the home buyers and the...
03/20/2013
  If you look at the map of Citrus County's Coastline you will see that it is far different from the beach coast ling in central Florida's West Coast. There are lots of islands and shallower areas. The depth of the water goes down gradually in this area however boating channels are available. To ...
03/18/2013
5. Choose the right Real Estate professional. I know one :))) Purchasing and owning waterfront is meant to improve ones quality of life, and usually it does. There will always be an unfortunate few that end up purchasing a large, unexpected and expensive problem, and their quality of life is most...
03/17/2013
Problem 4. The Obligation and Ability to Maintain the Waterfront. For any property that faces significant wave action or is on a bluff, there will be erosion concerns. For all waterfront properties, there are significant restrictions on the owners’ ability to clear growth and trees, to fill erode...
03/17/2013
  Problem 3. Pier Locations, Boundary Lines and Permits. Having (or keeping) a pier is a first priority consideration for many waterfront lots. It is not relaxing and fun to have a dispute with a neighbor about whether a pier is on his property, your property, on the line, should be shared, or wh...
03/17/2013
Problem 2. Community Waterfront versus Private Waterfront. Many waterfront, waterview and water access properties are located in developments where the original developer subdivided a large tract and reserved the waterfront for the use of all of the houses in the neighborhood. Interior houses may...
03/17/2013
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