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Dunes of Destin 4 BR, 3.5 BA beach property w/2760+ s.f.

Destin Florida resort property located on the white-sand beaches of the Emerald Coast in prominent Dunes of Destin, a high-end gated beach community. This beach house offers large balconies on the main level, the master bedroom - plus a top-level observation deck. The views from the balconies are stunning with miles of beautiful beaches. This resort home features an open layout that includes floor-to-ceiling windows, granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances, automatic roll-away hurricane shutters, built-in bookcases, recessed-lighting, Plantation shutters, upgraded media wiring, security system, 3 HVAC systems and a newer roof. The 4th bedroom is located on the ground floor, providing direct access to the beach...


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Destin Houses For Sale
Destin, FL 32541

Destin Florida houses, resort property for sale, Holiday Isle real estate on the Florida Gulf Coast, gulf-front beach houses, waterfront homes with boat-slips, or a beach cottage for quick escapes to Gulf Coast beaches, find the ideal residence, second home or investment property on the Florida Panhandle......

In Destin, the Heart of Florida’s Emerald Coast, you can choose between exclusive resort homes to laid-back beach get-a-ways, this coastal city with a humble beginning as a small fishing village, it is now an immensely popular tourist destination with subtropical climate - the weather can be very warm in summers, moderate in the spring & fall and cooler in the winter. According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, over 80 percent of the Emerald Coast's 4.5 million visitors each year visit Destin. The city boasts the largest fishing vessel fleet in the state of Florida.

The Gulf Coast community on the Florida Panhandle is located on a peninsula separating the Gulf of Mexico from Choctawhatchee Bay. The peninsula was originally a barrier island. Hurricanes and sea level changes gradually connected it to the mainland; however, in the 1940s it technically became an island again with the completion of the Choctawhatchee-West Bay Canal.