Tag: Cape San Blas

Posted on 11/26/2021
Video Tour - Lot 9 Mccosh Mill Rd, Cape San Blas, FL 32456
Build your custom beach retreat on this .16 acre site (lot 9) in Piney Woods Beach, located in the southern section of Cape San Blas, convenient to historic Port St. Joe and Apalachicola. The Piney Woods Beach subdivision features a neighborhood pool, a community boardwalk with deeded beach access to the dog-friendly sugar sand beach, underground utilities, paved roads, and architectural guidelines for neighborhood consistency. Enjoy biking or walking the Loggerhead Walking Trail or to nearby Salinas Park with bayside water access, pickleball court, volleyball court, playground, public restrooms, picnic tables and pavilions, a Bay...
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Posted on 11/26/2021
Lot 9 Mccosh Mill Rd, Cape San Blas, FL 32456 is now new to the market!
Build your custom beach retreat on this .16 acre site (lot 9) in Piney Woods Beach, located in the southern section of Cape San Blas, convenient to historic Port St. Joe and Apalachicola. The Piney Woods Beach subdivision features a neighborhood pool, a community boardwalk with deeded beach access to the dog-friendly sugar sand beach, underground utilities, paved roads, and architectural guidelines for neighborhood consistency. Enjoy biking or walking the Loggerhead Walking Trail or to nearby Salinas Park with bayside water access, pickleball court, volleyball court, playground, public restrooms, picnic tables and pavilions, a Bay...
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Posted on 02/18/2021
Video Tour - S Spoonbill Dr, Cape San Blas, FL 32456
Located on the North end of Cape San Blas on one of the most secluded sections of the beach, less than a five-minute walk to Coneheads restaurant and a short trip to the shops and restaurants in Historic Port St. Joe, you will find this double .33 acre lot ripe for building/development. With its wholesome and quaint charm, the "Forgotten Coast" offers world-class offshore fishing, kayaking shelling, and scalloping. High rises, light pollution, and rush hour have ceded to artsy antiquities in mom-and-pop boutiques, authentic eateries, and bonfires on calm beaches of sugar-white sand that gently kiss the warmth of the emerald Gulf. Removed...
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Posted on 02/18/2021
S Spoonbill Dr, Cape San Blas, FL 32456 is now new to the market!
Located on the North end of Cape San Blas on one of the most secluded sections of the beach, less than a five-minute walk to Coneheads restaurant and a short trip to the shops and restaurants in Historic Port St. Joe, you will find this double .33 acre lot ripe for building/development. With its wholesome and quaint charm, the "Forgotten Coast" offers world-class offshore fishing, kayaking shelling, and scalloping. High rises, light pollution, and rush hour have ceded to artsy antiquities in mom-and-pop boutiques, authentic eateries, and bonfires on calm beaches of sugar-white sand that gently kiss the warmth of the emerald Gulf. Removed...
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Posted on 02/16/2021
Video Tour - N Spoonbill Dr, Cape San Blas, FL 32456
Located on the North end of Cape San Blas on one of the most secluded sections of the beach, less than a five-minute walk to Coneheads restaurant and a short trip to the shops and restaurants in Historic Port St. Joe, you will find this double .31 acre lot ripe for building/development. With its wholesome and quaint charm, the "Forgotten Coast" offers world-class offshore fishing, kayaking shelling, and scalloping. High rises, light pollution, and rush hour have ceded to artsy antiquities in mom-and-pop boutiques, authentic eateries, and bonfires on calm beaches of sugar-white sand that gently kiss the warmth of the emerald Gulf. Removed...
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Posted on 02/16/2021
N Spoonbill Dr, Cape San Blas, FL 32456 is now new to the market!
Located on the North end of Cape San Blas on one of the most secluded sections of the beach, less than a five-minute walk to Coneheads restaurant and a short trip to the shops and restaurants in Historic Port St. Joe, you will find this double .31 acre lot ripe for building/development. With its wholesome and quaint charm, the "Forgotten Coast" offers world-class offshore fishing, kayaking shelling, and scalloping. High rises, light pollution, and rush hour have ceded to artsy antiquities in mom-and-pop boutiques, authentic eateries, and bonfires on calm beaches of sugar-white sand that gently kiss the warmth of the emerald Gulf. Removed...
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