Monday, August 19, 2013

Monday Night Real Estate - Affordable Palm Beach Houses

No one at the pool today...often the case at condos

Limestone walls and arched doorways

Loggia with brick flooring

A gorgeous shot of the pool area and Old Florida vegetation


Built in 1925, this building is very striking.
Moroccan inspiration


I think they need to update the photos....

A peak into the inside
Lovely view of the pool

Last week I should you what big money can buy in Palm Beach. This week, I wanted to see what the Average Joe could buy in Palm Beach. I looked in the under $250,000 range which may or may not be average at all, depending on what part of the country or world you live in. The home above, is a condo. Built in 1925 and right on the water, this gorgeous building has oodles of charm. The Listing can be found HERE, but it only has 2 photos of the inside. Living in a beautiful old building like this would be fantastic though. You could make a very cozy apartment inside and enjoy the spacious lobby and pool area. It's quite a bargain at $110,000 for a 1 bed, 2 bath. The catch is the HOA (condo) are $1338.00 per month. It is Palm Beach after all. HERE is another unit in this building if yo want to see inside. 

For $250,000 you can buy a condo at the Palm Beach Hotel, a condominium apartment built in the 1920's also. This one is furnished...a great rental income property. Loaded with charm, this would be a great spot to retire!

A gorgeous hotel/condo-The Palm Beach Hotel




Some pretty details....the beam is lovely

And the fireplace is beautiful...such a pretty condo.

There's not a lot in Palm Beach for the average home buyer other than condos, but there are some very interesting choices for buildings in the area.


10 comments:

  1. Love the wire chairs in photo 3

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  2. Love the vegetation . . . Old Florida style . . . huge leaves and the dark green, yum! I like the wire chairs too in pic #3, I can visualize the relaxation with toddy in hand. The HOA fees are a bit of a sting on a place for $110,000. I am enjoying these posts Chania . . .

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  3. The HOA fee's...ouch! But the prices are not bad. I have some old postcards I bought off Etsy, from the 20's and 30's...I have them hanging in our guest room and just love them! Old Florida was magnificent!

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  4. The Spanish Mission and Deco architecture is so fabulous. Reminds me of Napier, my home town here in NZ which is famous for its Art Deco architecture also.
    Amanda x

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  5. I had no idea you were doing a real estate series too Chania - I'll definitely have to come by each week because I just love to look at homes and architecture!
    Just gorgeous - thanks for sharing!!!
    Hugs,
    Suzan

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  6. What a beautiful old building the first place is! Full of old world charm. The fees are probably relative to Florida and this location as you said.
    I really like these 'shopping' trips you are taking us on. Thanks.

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  8. Wow! I just checked the listing and the first house is now down to $99,000. I know it's in Palm Beach, but what does the $1300/month HOA dues cover? Any taxes covered in that? Also no mention in listing how many units are in the building.

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  9. Awesome post, images are unique and good quality so great job dude thanks for sharing a great blog.

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I love to read each and every comment and are thrilled that you take the time to send one. Thank you so much. Chania