SOLD, Grand Palm, Venice, FL $365,000

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Grand Palm sold Venice, FL

1319 Still River Drive, VENICE, FL 34293
3 Bedroom, 2 Full-Baths, Den, 2,423 sq.ft

LISTED AT: $375,000

Meticulous maintenance, incredible pond and marsh view and oversized lot. Many upgrades and designer touches make this home a real find. Grand Palm, in Venice, FL offers 30 miles of walking & biking trails, with numerous open preserve spaces the envy of other communities.

Custom plantation shutters on windows and upgraded lighting throughout. The Hydropool Swim Spa offers swimming or just relaxing while facing sunsets from the oversized lanai with professional landscaping.

Located just minutes from downtown Venice, Grand Palm residents enjoy access to 5 beaches, theatres, restaurants, hospital, and marina. Home Warranty included (1 yr.)

If you’re looking for similar homes, I am happy to work for you and can do so from a distance or when you are in Venice, FL. Please call me with any questions, for detailed information or an appointment – 617.671.5711 I’m here to help.


About John F. Muscarella

Broker/Owner of River Farm Properties, LLC, John represents the new generation of online Realtor. With over 30 years in real estate investing, executive roles in sales & marketing, he brings experience and perspective, providing thoughtful and ethical advice to clients. He thoroughly enjoys meeting new people and writing about real situations - the humor, local information and at times the pathos of the industry. His local focus in real estate is Venice/Sarasota, Florida where he maintains a Real Estate Office. John's other interests include performing (a Conservatory trained opera singer and former founder & Managing Director of The South Shore Opera), cooking, wine, golf, tennis, sailing, and travel as often as time will allow. He has a family of two sons and three daughters; he and his wife live in Venice, FL Contrary to this paragraph, I don't always write in the third person.
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