Waterfront Boca Vista Harbor Condo
*Motivated Seller*
13113 Gasparilla Rd. #205A , Placida, FL 33946

MLS: C7223376 

List Price: $319,000

Heated Sq ft: 1,701

BACK ON THE MARKET AND REDUCED OVER $40K!! This MOTIVATED SELLER is offering a fully FURNISHED 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo in Boca Vista Harbor that is immaculately adorned with coastal decor, ornate furniture and rich colors. 

Just minutes from Boca Grande, shopping, restaurants, pristine beaches and world class fishing sits this 1500+ square foot corner unit with views of Coral Creek Lagoon, offering the most privacy available in the complex. The eat-in kitchen with Corian countertops also has a breakfast bar and is open to the living room and dining area with bay windows. 

The large covered, screened lanai is accessible from the 3 door slider in the living room or the single sliding door in the master bedroom. His and her master walk-in closets adjoin the master bath with its glass shower enclosure, deep soaker tub, and his and her Corian vanities with under mount sinks and large 3 way mirrors. Ceramic tile flooring laid throughout with custom tile mosaic featured in the foyer. Spacious laundry area contains stacked washer and dryer to maximize space. 

Community features include clubhouse, heated pool and spa, outdoor grilling and dining areas, and tennis courts. Off-site boat docking and storage are available at neighboring Gasparilla Marina. Boat docks, accessible only to Boca Vista Harbor owners, are available for purchase or lease through a separate association and provide direct access to Boca Grande Pass and the Gulf beaches. 

Don't miss this opportunity!!

A Look Into the Past

Brief History of Cape Haze
 The lands and waters around the Cape Haze peninsula were occupied for thousands of years by Native Americans who lived primarily off the bounty of the sea. Around Charlotte Harbor today, there remain a significant number of shell middens and other historical sites through which archeologists are piecing together the lifestyles of the Calusa and Timucua tribes who controlled this area until the arrival of European explorers.
     In the late 19th century, fishing and farming settlements developed on the Cape Haze peninsula. Grove City was featured in the 1893 Chicago World's Fair and a fishing community developed at Placida. Between 1905 and 1909, the Charlotte Harbor & Northern Railroad laid tracks thru the peninsula (near today's Highway 771) and across a newly created railroad bridge to Boca Grande to haul phosphate for loading aboard ships at Boca Grande pass.
     In the 1950s, Alfred and William Vanderbilt, purchased 35,000 acres of land on the Cape Haze peninsula for use primarily as a cattle ranch. Their holdings included most parts of the subdivisions known today as Rotonda, South Gulf Cove, Windward, Cape Haze East and Cape Haze.
The Vanderbilt brothers began developing Cape Haze and Cape Haze East in the early 1950s. Seawalls were constructed and fill dirt brought in to create the canals and shape the land areas that make-up the Cape Haze subdivision today. In the early days, Cape Haze Drive continued west via a bridge over Lemon Bay onto Don Pedro Island. When the Intracoastal Waterway was dredged in the early 1960s, the bridge between Cape Haze and Don Pedro was permanently removed.
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Walt Bethel
RE/MAX Harbor Realty
1133 Bal Harbor Blvd, Suite 1129
Punta Gorda, FL 33950