Coming Soon: 832 Lemon Rd, South Daytona, FL 32119

May 7th, 2016

Two Owner Home…

Preparing for New Family

832 Lemon Rd, South Daytona, FL 32119 3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Garage

832 Lemon Rd, South Daytona, FL 32119: 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2 Car, Over-sized Garage

One Hundred & Sixty-Nine Thousand

This Mid-Century, 2 owner, Ranch in desirable Palm Grove has been impeccably preserved with records of all maintenance & repairs. Freshly refinished, original solid oak floors draw you into the open plan living areas with views to the Dining, Living, Kitchen and Family areas. Subtle updates accentuate the original design & enhance the highly sought after ”retro” features. The authentic avocado green range is in perfect working condition and original counter-tops & bathroom fixtures have been so well maintained you’d think you had walked into a model home of the era. This unusually generous parcel bound by wooden privacy fence allows for countless lifestyle options. With just a little bit of imagination, the possibilities are endless…

Need secure parking for the boat or RV? You have it. Old growth oak shaded play area for the kids or grandchildren? It’s there. Want a pool? Build it, with plenty of yard to spare. Want your own tropical fruit grove? Already planted, with passion fruit vines; papaya and guava trees. Want an outdoor entertainment area? The patio is a great start. There’s even enough room for your own football or soccer pitch! Need storage? You’ll have plenty. This cavernous, 2 car garage has ceilings so high you can store your kayaks & paddle boards standing up!

Families who move into Palm Grove stay and opportunities like this are very rare in this low turnover subdivision. The original owners who built this home lived here 46 years! Lock it up today before it’s gone…


 


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Entry & Living Room

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Living Room

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Dining Room

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Hallway & Entry

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Massive, Privacy Fenced Yard with Patio

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Tropical Fruit Trees & Firewood Storage

 

Tymber Creek Road Widening Project Ending

August 11th, 2014
Tymber Creek Road Construction

Tymber Creek Road Construction

Residents of Moss Point, Tymber Creek, Lost CreekBreakaway Trails, Tymber Crossings, Saddlers Run, Southern Pines and all other areas lining and surrounding Tymber Creek Road near Granada Blvd aka State Road 40, REJOICE! Driving home this afternoon, I noticed Tymber Creek Road was looking quite spiffy. It had been cleaned up and was looking ready for asphalt. Through a cloud of dust, spewing  from a concrete saw and shrouding the road, I noticed a Volusia County pickup on an unpaved portion of the East side of the road just North of the Tymber Creek entrance. I pulled over, and as I hesitantly approached, the window slowly descended revealing the project manager putting the finishing touches on his late lunch. I spoke with the gentleman, asking when he thought the paving might be complete.

The friendly fellow informed me that the project, originally slated for completion in January of this year, had been delayed due to change orders and some conflicts with utilities. He said that weather permitting, the paving of Tymber Creek Road through the Granada Blvd intersection should be finished by the end of August. So delight in the notion dear friends & neighbors and set your alarms for an extra 15 minutes of sleep, the Tymber Creek Road widening project is ending. Come September, we all may be better off with a widened road,  no more barriers and clear sailing to wherever our mornings take us.

Flagler and Volusia Counties Show Better Signs of Economic Recovery

June 26th, 2014

Palm Coast makes top 10 on economic growth, home ownership lists

Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 4:56 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 1:14 p.m.

PALM COAST — After topping the list as the nation’s fastest-growing city in the early 2000s and struggling mightily when the housing market collapsed during the Great Recession, Palm Coast is back in the top 10 when it comes to economic growth and home ownership, according to two separate reports.

Palm Coast’s economy is projected to grow at an annual rate of 4.3 percent through 2020, putting the city at No. 9 in the nation and second-fastest in Florida. The Palm Coast metropolitan area has a home ownership rate of 75.9 percent, putting it at No. 9 in the nation.

The Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach metropolitan area economy is projected to grow at a 3 percent clip through 2020. Volusia County is ranked No. 67 in the NAHB survey with a home ownership rate of 70.4 percent.

See entire story here: Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach Metro Area projects 3% growth through 2020.

IHS Global Insight Report and National Association of Home Builders Report

Story courtesy of the Daytona Beach News-Journal