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Lakeside at Blue Mountain Beach

Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by barrett, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. barrett

    barrett Beach Comber

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    What are your opinions of this devlopment. All the foreclosures and bank owned lots are sold and there is some new construction - HOA seems healthy and dues seem reasonable. Homes that are built look really nice. It seems alot of the lots are owned by builders. Just wondering what everybody else thinks - seems like there are some decent prices on a few lots. Thanks in advance for any advice!!!
     
  2. Matt J

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    It had some flooding issues, but that should be resolved when the bridge is installed on 30A.
     
  3. blackdog1

    blackdog1 Beach Crab

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    My question is who manages the HOA for Lakeside at Blue Mountain Beach?
     
  4. steel1man

    steel1man Beach Fanatic

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    It would be a "Hike" to the beach...prefer south of 30A in BMB, a few lots left I understand
     
  5. Matt J

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    Bobby J Beach Fanatic

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    I love lakeside. The prices still seem right. Of course, I would rather be south of 30A in BMB but you will pay a radical difference for that. I have sold a bunch of lots at Lakeside and have never hear one complaint.
     
  7. steel1man

    steel1man Beach Fanatic

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    lots south of 30A in BMB upwards from 350K ( 75x150' ish).# notgulffront
     
  8. Matt J

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    Should have been in there when it flooded. Lots of complaints.

    Note: The flooding was a very rare occurrence of rain coupled with the failure of drainage culverts. It also didn't affect any homes, just the bridge.
     
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  9. Bobby J

    Bobby J Beach Fanatic

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    I have lived here 35 years and those rains this past summer were the first time I have ever seen anything like that. I also feel that with the bridge fix and this area allowed proper flow we won't see that again. Still feel LBM is a solid buy. I guess the caveat would be understanding which areas were flooded and has the problem been fixed. Due diligence. I would not hesitate to purchase in here.
     
  10. Matt J

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    Like I said, still a good buy, but I figure full disclosure of the flooding incident to prevent a buyer from misinterpreting or hearing an exaggerated story.

    The culvert was fixed and the bridge should be installed sometime in 2056.
     
  11. Kburrows

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    Our family of 5 with 3 kids under 6 just purchased a lot and plan to build in Lakeside. We fell in love with the area and are optimistic it will prosper. I did research upon research on the area and find it to be one of the best deals in the area.
     
  12. Franny

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    If you are looking for a builder, contact Ralph Gage, General Contractor. 850-585-4616. His website is gagecontracting.com. He is a quality, reasonable cost builder.
     

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