Our remodel at Coral Cove is complete and the clients are enjoying their “new” home. Please watch for sneak peeks of some of the great choices they made. In the end there was not one aspect of the original home that had not been remodeled. Our friends at Sarasota Magazine have just written a piece on the Neighborhood.
Neighborhood Watch: Coral Cove
Coral Cove is a beautifully groomed, mainland waterfront community set right on the Intracoastal Waterway. But what really sells Coral Cove, says Michael Saunders & Company realtor Christy Neff, is its private, two-acre neighborhood park and boat launch reserved for the use of homeowners.
Located a mile south of Stickney Point Road across the Intracoastal from south Siesta Key, Coral Cove was developed in the 1950s, and many of those original homes have been torn down to make way for larger residences.
“It’s a nice family neighborhood, very stable,” says Neff. “Most people live here year-round, and they have get-togethers at the park several times a year—lobster night, soup night, children’s birthday parties.” At summer’s end, five homes were on the market—one non-waterfront home listed in the $300,000s, and the other four on either canals or open bay starting at $1.2 million. Coral Cove for the most part escaped the foreclosure wave of the past several years. In 2012, Neff says, a house sold every 26 days. “That’s pretty darn good,” she says.
Number of Coral Cove properties: 204
Number of sales from July 2012-July 2013: 12
Range of sale prices: $168,000 to $2.2 million
Range of square footage: 1,269 to 6,151
We are just about to start a remodel on Bird Key Drive, which will modernize this 1960s Ranch and bring it up to todays standards. The work includes a new kitchen by Campbell Cabinetry, new bathrooms from Fergusons and the Tile Market, and a pool remodel by our friends at Water Designs.
Check back with us to follow the progress!
When tasked with removing the “least desirable house” on Brywill Circle and replacing it with new construction, the owners asked for a Spanish Revival home. The ground-up construction was built with cutting-edge technology and all the creature comforts and amenities of a modern house. The structure and surrounding walls are EBS prefabricated panels, which were poured in place. Everything in the home is insulated and impact-rated beyond Florida Code resulting in a very efficient, custom product which will minimized the operating an maintenance costs of our client.
Here are a few more pictures of what we carried away:
This is Part II of our Peregrine Point Circle “Before & After” blog series. Our client purchased a dated, 1980s home in The Landings which required a top-down remodel. We will be doing a series of blog entries with “before and after” shots. The clean and modern feel of the home at present is a wonderful combination of current updates blended with period-specific selections and finishes.
This entry is dedicated to the kitchen of the home. We are loving the results.
Our client purchased a dated, 1980s home in The Landings which required a top-down remodel. We will be doing a series of blog entries with “before and after” shots. The clean and modern feel of the home at present is a wonderful combination of current updates blended with period-specific selections and finishes.
This entry is dedicated to the front exterior and the pool area.
A very dear client moved out to University Park and insisted that we do their bathroom remodel. They are lovely people and we were happy to oblige them. Once the renovation was complete they e-mailed us a thank you with these pictures simply stating: “A Taste of What We Now Enjoy!”
We have clients who are moving and have just listed their house in the IBSSA (Museum Area). We finished the home in late 2011 after a full house remodel complete with a detached cabana/studio. Everything is new and to code, from the plumbing to the roof. The Lube kitchen, clerestory CGT windows and modern finishes create a clean, open feel that any family would find inviting.
Our Coral Cove project is coming along quite nicely. Today we had some of our team members working on the roof.
Look for the Ampersand sign when you are driving through next time.