Panama City Beach

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You now have the opportunity to purchase this gorgeous bank owned 4,146 square-foot home that graces a country estate spanning across almost eighty acres of beautiful lush grounds. This one of a kind property is located in Bonifay, Florida which is about one hour north of Panama City Beach.

Bank-Owned Country Estate

The big brick gracious two-story residence has four bedrooms with four full baths, an additional half bath powder room and is in immaculate condition.  A long tree-lined driveway features a circular entry point with a landscaped island in the middle adorned with a fountain. A walkway leads up to a columned porch that spans all the way across the front. The foyer has a two-story ceiling crowned with an arched window and a suspended chandelier for light.

Country Estate Great Room

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The greatest demand for residential real estate along Northwest Florida's Emerald Coast is for homes that are sitting directly on the beautiful white sand beach. This is not surprising since they each have private access to their own precious piece of sugary shoreline overlooking the jeweled waters of the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico. These are considered the “best” properties due to their highly sought after location and they have the highest value.

Big Beachfront Home Panama City Beach

How would you like to own both the best and the biggest AND get it at a great value? The opportunity is now yours for this well priced premier beachfront home in Panama City Beach that also happens to be the biggest one currently available. This spacious beachfront home at 9708 Beach Boulevard encompasses

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If you want a permanent inroad to your favorite place to visit, purchasing a vacation home can be extraordinarily rewarding. And you’re far from alone: 21% of all residential transactions in 2014 were for vacation homes, according to the National Association of Realtors. But it’s a huge investment, and not one to be made with any less diligence than any other home purchase. Before signing the paperwork, do ample research into the local area and what owning a second property could mean for you even while you’re at your full-time home.

Vacation Home Taxes

Taxes: Even if you’re only in your vacation home for a portion of the year, you still have to pay a full year’s worth of property taxes, so it’s important that you’re familiar with the tax code. Some tourism-heavy areas

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