Average Price in Augusta Village Condo: $345,000 / County Average: $1,012,434
Average Taxes in Augusta Village Condo: $1,733 / County Average: $3,451
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Augusta Village Condo: $223 / County Average: $443
Average Walkscore in Augusta Village Condo: 34 / County Average: 19
Average Year Built in Augusta Village Condo: 1977 / County Average: 2004
Average Days on Website in Augusta Village Condo: 21 / County Average: 184
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This "detached" condo is situated on a large corner wooded lot...
**remarkable patio home**.this is one of augusta village's best views from this well maintained one level, two bedroom, two bathroom condo plus extended carport, private driveway, entry walkway and additional storage in augusta village (actually a detached home) overlooks #11 of the links golf course...
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Coming from the suburbs of Birmingham, Alabama to live on the Gulf Coast for the past 31 years from Pensacola to Mobile and now to Walton County, my wonderful husband and I continue to enjoy the slower pace and southern hospitality. When our son joined the Navy in 2011 we chose to write the next chapter of our adventure here; to our delight, this place we enjoy as home has offered more surprises with community and values that make it even more special than we imagined.
With a 12 year background as a mortgage loan officer, it has been important to me to understand the many facets of this Florida market of primary residences, second homes and investment properties. As a result, I pursue community activities and I continue to learn by earning my designations of CLHMS (Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist) and GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute).
I’d love to help you find your “HOME” here whether from Destin, Sandestin to Santa Rosa Beach and 30A… “There’s No Dream Too Big and No House too Small”