A double water lot on quiet Darst Avenue east of I 75 in historic subdivision of Bayshoreâs.The canal has direct access to the peace river south of Coon Island. The canal depths are not sailboat suitable, however most motor boats will find comfort there. Much of this early and mid century subdivision was destroyed by hurricane Charlie, the home on this parcel was no exception. What has remained is an old block garage, that has been left to a buyers discretion as to its fate. There are mature native sable palms, as well as a very large banyon tree wrapping yet another native palm. Trees are found on the perimeter of the property, recent survey with pins are in place. Darst Avenue has a public boat ramp at the end approximately 400 yards to the north of this parcel.A quiet neighborhood with a mix of mid century to new homes. The seller purchased this property in a distressed sale and is seeking under market value to pass on her deal to the next buyer of this parcel.
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