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MLS# A4194688

This is a home has 2 bedrooms and one bathroom. The home does need some repairs and paint. The roof was replaced 4 years ago and so was the AC. The home was a rental for many years.
Visit this property in SARASOTA: 1909 N ORANGE AVE, SARASOTA

MLS# U7829825

Location – location - location. Reservations in place for Jan-Apr 2018 at $2500/mo. Loft area for storage, small fenced area in back, and a deck patio on the side. This is a true beach shack, nothing pretentious but beloved by renters, friends and...

MLS# A4194719

One of the most captivating views of the Grand Canal you will find in Siesta Isles. The gardens provide enchanting sitting areas, walk ways and a Selby Garden type atmosphere. Siesta Key Public beach is within a few blocks walk, easy bike ride or...
Visit this property in SARASOTA: 5515 CONTENTO DR, SARASOTA

MLS# T2900148

The finely appointed kitchen features a large island perfect for bar-style eating or entertaining, separate breakfast nook, pantry, plenty of counter space, and 42” cabinets with crown molding. This home comes with stainless steel kitchen...
Visit this property in ST PETERSBURG: 600 52ND TER N #56, ST PETERSBURG


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