Florida ID: 3796
152 Morning Dew Circle
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- Garage Spaces2
- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,436
This Townhouse has it all! From the Secluded Cul de Sac Location bordering the Wooded Preserve to the Lush Grounds that give a sense of privacy and tranquility, this is a terrific opportunity to buy a first home or a really great second home to enjoy the Florida Lifestyle! The First Floor begins with a spacious Tile Foyer that leads to the Double Door entry that opens to a Large Carpeted Den/Office with views of the Front Garden, a Guest Lav with a Pedestal Sink and access to the Two Car Garage! An Open Staircase with Wood Railing leads to a Spacious Tiled Living room with Sliding Glass French Doors to the Open Balcony, a Tile Kitchen with a Breakfast Bar, Upgraded G.E. Profile Appliances and plenty of Cabinets, A Laundry room with full size Washer and Dryer and a Bedroom (currently being used as a Dining room) with an adjacent Full Bath with Vanity! The 3rd Floor which is also accessed by an Open Staircase with a Wood Railing consists of two Suites, the Master Suite with a Double Door Entry is spacious and has a Sumptuous Bath with a Double Bowl Vanity, Soaking Tub, Separate Glass Stall Shower and a Huge Walk-in Closet! The 2nd suite is a generous size and has its own private bath with a vanity and a built-in tub and shower! There are Custom Hunter Douglas Shades on all the windows as well as Designer Drapery Treatments! All of the Windows also have Accordian Hurricane Shutters. This is the Complete Package, a Great Townhouse, Priced to Sell, in a Private Community in Abacoa and Close to Everything!
The town of Jupiter, which protrudes further into the Atlantic Ocean than any other point in Florida-is rich in history, with earliest known records of the Jupiter Inlet dating back to 1565.
It was during the 1800s that Jupiter's most identifiable landmark, the Jupiter Lighthouse, was built. The Lighthouse stands 105 feet tall atop a 46 ft. hill on the north shore of the Jupiter Inlet. The land that is now Lighthouse Park was once a part of Fort Jupiter, a military installation that was formed during the Seminole Indian Wars. Across the inlet, myriad restaurants and marinas offer today’s residents a place to gaze upon this historic location.