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39 Pheasant Close S

Pondfront Estate By the Ocean
traditional | for Rent
WEB ID: 86904
$350,000
  • Seasonal
  • 6 BEDS
  • 6 BATHS
  • 7000 APPROX. SQFT
  • 1.40 ACREAGE
  • POOL
  • BUILT 1994

Rates & Availability

rental rates
July to Labor Day
$350,000
July
$160,000
August to Labor Day
$190,000
rental availability
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The Details

About 39 Pheasant Close S

Fully outfitted by restoration hardware, interior renovation including grey tone hardwood flooring throughout, brushed nickel hardware on the new solid white interior doors for additional soundproofing, plus an exceptional 20x40 all white professional kitchen, with Sub-zero refrigerator, double dishwashers, ice maker, wine refrigerator that houses up to 120 bottles, Viking stove with 6 burners,...

key features
  • South of the highway
  • Fireplace
  • Heated pool
  • Tennis
  • Central air
  • Furnished
  • garage
  • Great room

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