8818 North Passage Way, Tequesta, FL 33469

Overview

  • Property Type:Single Family Home
  • Listing Agent:Andrew Russo
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  • List Number:RX-10556680
  • Listing Date:August 23, 2019
  • Sold Date:October 15, 2019
  • Bedrooms:4
  • Bathrooms:3
  • Sq. Ft.:2777
  • Sold Price:$960,000

Description

Newly renovated 4 Bd, 3 Ba, 2 CG pool home located on deep water canal on the most desirable street in North Passage, across from Jonathan Dickinson State Park . This CBS single family home is spacious, with a split floorplan featuring volume ceilings, double crown moldings, large tile on the diagonal, modern lighting throughout, plantation shutters, plenty of storage & walk-in closets. The island kitchen features off-white cabinets, SS appliances, double oven, built-in wine cooler, tumble marble & granite counters. Large master suite with 2 walk-in California closets, Italian Marble floors, coffered ceiling & crown molding. Renovated master bath with cherry cabinets, bidet, large walk-in shower & spa tub. Perfect for entertaining, with over-sized outdoor living areas that overlook the large heated pool, beautiful covered patio with wood detail work, lots of side space including brand new putting green area, paved areas, 60′ dock with water, electric & 12,000 boat lift. Some of the recent upgrades include newer roof (2013), outdoor shutters, (5K) Kinetico water system with DODI system as well, Boat Lift up to 40 ft boat (2014) with New box & brand new wireless remote, and newly resurfaced dock. This home has been meticulously maintained & is in perfect condition. l, Boat Lift up to 40 ft boat (2014) with New box & brand new wireless remote, 3 new floating docks (11K); & newly resurfaced dock. This home has been meticulously maintained & is in perfect condition. North Passage is a gated waterfront community in the Tequesta area, off the beaten path & adjacent to the scenic Jonathan Dickinson Sate Park, yet still just a few minutes away from shopping, restaurants, golf courses & beautiful, secluded beaches. Take a drive on your boat to the end of the canal, go left & in 10-15 minutes you are at the ocean, or, go right & explore the wild & scenic Loxahatchee River.