4150 S Atlantic Avenue Unit 107C, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169


Property Description

Resort style living awaits you in this cozy 2/2.5 Townhome just across from the sparkling sands of New Smyrna Beach. Located within the beachside community of Bahamian Club where you can enjoy tennis, pickleball, community pool and clubhouse OR just across the street, take in the salt air and sunny shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Featuring a split-level layout, the second story is home to the 2nd full bath, the master suite w/full bath, and guest room, each with access to a cozy balcony where you can bask in warm salt air from the Ocean or revel in romantic sunsets on the Indian River horizon while the main floor features the easy to work in kitchen, dining area, half bath and living areas including a cozy screened in porch with access from the dining area or living room, ideal for entertaining or relaxing after a fun-in-the sun adventure packed day. Zoned for short term rentals, this opens up a multitude of ownership options including full time, part time, or vacation with income opportunity. So, Whether you're lounging by the pool, reading a book in your enclosed front patio, strolling along the beach, or exploring the vibrant local scene of Flagler Ave or historical Canal St, there's never a shortage of things to do, see or indulge in.

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