This stately 3400 sq ft Tuscan home located in the exclusive Pensacola Beach Community of Seashore Village offers all the amenities and updated building codes one could look for without having to build. The two-and-a-half-year-old five bedroom/four half bathroom stucco home was thoughtfully built for strength (75 beams) and maintenance-free beach living. Insurance is only $1300 a year, monthly electric is usually under $100 due to geothermal. It comes with every upgrade possible. The countertops throughout are granite, quartz and marble. The spacious decks (more than 800 sq ft) with open views of the Gulf of Mexico are perfect to watch the sunset. The enclosed four car garage provides a space for a lot of storage. The geothermal system with spray foam insulation keeps the bills incredibly low. Seashore Village is a quiet neighborhood that does not allow weekly rentals. Residents have deeded beach access, a lighted boat and fishing dock.
The home features: Gulf views/sound views 10' ceilings first floor 9' second covered decking - 880 sq. ft. - all Trex decking - load bearing fiberglass columns (no maintenance) - exterior stainless steel clips and fasteners (no rusting) walk-out decks - both sides standing seam metal roof- 24 gauge (major upgrade) impact vinyl insulated windows interior doors first floor 8' HVAC - geo thermal heating/air - dual climate zones - two interior units electric - average monthly bill $175.00 over 12 months pre-wired elevator shaft breaker panel wired for generator security alarm electric heated fireplace in great room flooring - bamboo - travertine - marble - tile cabinets - all custom - all soft close feature molding 7.5" base molding crown throughout kitchen appliances all stainless double oven (convection) built-in wine cooler smooth cooktop hood vent double island wet bar - butler’s pantry four or more car garage - enclosed smart vent engineered irrigation well / lawn professional landscaping.
Property Features Include: Waterfront
Home Owners Assoc. Fee: $400
Architectural Style: Mediterranean, Tudor Revival