- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Full Baths
- 0 Sq.Ft.
- Built in 1972
- Electric Heat
- 800.0 SqFt Lot
- Four Seasons Estate Resident Owned Community Inc Subdivision
Have you ever wanted to live in a neighborhood with a real sense of community? Then here is your chance! This 2 bed 2 bath home sits in a very active 55+ resident owned community. Get to know your new neighbors by joining in on some of the activities such as billiards, shuffleboard, card groups, or bingo - which are just some of the weekly planned activities! They also have Koffee Klatch once a week where you can enjoy coffee & donuts while catching up with friends & neighbors & the latest community news.
To help stay fit, utilize the community fitness center or partake in Aquafit or line dancing. There are just too many activities to list!
Looking for low maintenance? You got it! Lawns are maintained by the association & most of the interior of the home has vinyl & laminate flooring-making cleaning a breeze. Relax on the screened front porch while perusing the morning paper & listening to the birds sing.
If cooking is your hobby, have no fear-the dining area is large enough to host dinner parties & it opens to the living room, making the areas great for entertaining. This property is also centrally located being just a short drive to the Gulf Beaches & Tampa. Around the corner is Largo Mall where you can make a day of shopping, dining & taking in the latest blockbuster. There is something for everyone both in the community & nearby! Don’t miss this rare opportunity!Buyers to verify all facts pertinent to their purchase decision. HOA has 1st right of refusal. Co-Op property- cannot be sold for less than share value of $55,000.
Closing must occur within 21 days of offer approval for cash, hard money loan or line of credit.
Closing must occur within 30 days of offer approval for conventional financing.
Closing must occur within 45-60 days of offer approval for FHA, VA or construction financing.
Property is located within a 55 and older community.
Please note that the seller may reject your offer if you change from a "cash" purchase to a "financed" purchase after your offer has been placed.