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WEB ID: 83878217

9100 Baytowne Wharf Boulevard UNIT 471 Miramar Beach, Walton County, FL 32550

Miramar Beach, Walton County, FL 32550

for sale | Condominium | Built in 2002

1 bath
443 Approx. Sqft
$270,000
  • Annual Tax: $2,060.45

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WEB ID: 83878217

9100 Baytowne Wharf Boulevard UNIT 471 Miramar Beach, Walton County, FL 32550

Miramar Beach, Walton County, FL 32550

for sale | Condominium | Built in 2002

1 bath
443 Approx. Sqft
$270,000
  • Annual Tax: $2,060.45

The Details

About 9100 Baytowne Wharf Boulevard UNIT 471, Miramar Beach, FL 32550

9100 Baytowne Wharf Boulevard UNIT 471, Miramar Beach, FL 32550

Enjoy the very best of Sandestin's Village of Baytowne Wharf at your doorstep! This beautiful studio in Observation South offers all of the fun and excitement of the Village as it is located in the center of it all. This studio made a healthy rental income of $21,000 for 2023 with 32 days of owner use. This studio has a large balcony which is great for entertaining. Unit offers access to the gorgeous sugar san...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran Reverie, Gabriel Schwartz, (212) 671-0448
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  • Exterior Living Space: Balcony / Lanai
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