Dream Of Owning A Home With Lake Access And Private Doc In 2018

Dated: 08/06/2018

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Imagine This...

* Homes from 1700 to over 4500 square ft of living space. 

* Direct access to Alligator Lake

* Build your own private Dock on a a canal

* 60 Ft wide Waterfront lot with Homes starting at $297k (1900 sq ft)

* 50 ft wide Water Front lot with Homes Starting at $274K (1704 sq ft)

* 50 ft wide NON Water Front lot with homes starting at $270k (1704 sq ft)

* Optional 8' garage door to store boat, ski, fishing gear and more!!!

* Depending on Lot & Home receive $10,000 - $17,500 in Flexible Spending cash to use towards your lot, design studio or closing cost. for a *LIMITED TIME ONLY

*Beyond water access, incredible amenities are offered including a zero entry pool. 


Steady Verifiable Employment

If 1099, 2 years tax return in same occupation

640 credit score or higher credit *not via credit karma

Sufficient Income to qualify for a loan 

Gloria Washington-Shaw, REALTOR®Certified New Home Co-Broker Preferred Real Estate Brokers

Email  [email protected]



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