Surfside Condo for Sale, New Smyrna Beach Florida


Truly a unique opportunity to own a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath on your nearly private beach.
The unobstructed views of the ocean and beach from one of three balconies give you the luxury to step right outside your door to the shores.
Surfing, Paddle boarding, Fishing, Swimming, Sailing in the clear blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.  This is the condo for you.
Bring the extended family to enjoy the peaceful setting.
     Surfside Condo Complex was built in 1969 and has 57 individual units that are 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom AND only ONE 4 bedroom.
Our DOUBLE unit features 4 bedrooms, 3 balconies, 2 sotry, 3 seperate entrances, 3.5 baths, washer and dryer in the unit and is situated DIRECTLY ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN in New Smyrna Beach.
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Surfside Condo  offers you a beachfront pool and steps the beach. This condominium is located on a more private, quiet part and non drive section of the beach.  There is plenty of open parking available for guests.
The ONLY 4 bedroom condo available in New Smyrna Beach on the NON Drive Beach Section listed under $800,000.  This 4 bedroom is available for $569,000
Approximately a mile from the World Renowned Canaveral National Seashore where you can launch your boat and be in the Mosquito Lagoon (Red fish Capital of the World).

Don’t forget about JB Fish Camp.
Fresh Local Seafood.  Watch the Manatees and Dolphins that are an everyday occurrence.  Live Music on the Weekends and special Events.  Gorgeous Sunsets are regular occurrence.
Eldora was a prominent community of orange groves in the latter part of the 19th century. After a freeze destroyed most of its crops, it was nearly completely abandoned and has never regained its population.
After the death of its last resident Doris “Doc” Leeper, a locally famous artist and conservationist in the 1980s, the management of the town was officially turned over to the federal government, and the town is now located more than two miles within the borders of the Canaveral National Seashore. The town claims no permanent residents, and visitation is limited and subject to park hours. Only two of its original buildings remain. The largest, “The Eldora House”, now holds a museum. Although the town’s orange groves were nearly completely wiped out over one hundred years ago, some trees still remain.
The Eldora House is the original homestead in the Canaveral National Seashore and open to the public everyday.  The world famous artist and founder of the Atlantic Center of the Arts, Doris Leeper lived in the Eldora.

Surfside Condo For Sale 4831 Saxon Drive New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 (4 miles south of Publix, Beachside)

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