What are the costliest properties offered in Monroe County?

A home in Key Largo that offered for $4.1 million tops the record of the costliest actual property gross sales in Monroe County within the final week.

In complete, 107 actual property gross sales have been registered within the space throughout the previous week, with a mean value of $1 million. The common value per sq. foot was $776.

The costs within the record under concern actual property gross sales the place the title was created throughout the week of April 4, even when the property could have been offered earlier.

  • $2.4 million, indifferent home within the 1100 block of Calle Ensenada

    The property within the 1100 block of Calle Ensenada in Marathon has new homeowners. The value was $2,400,000. The home was in-built 2005 and has a dwelling space of three,348 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot is $717.

  • $2.6 million, single-family home within the first block of Ocean

    A sale has been finalized for the single-family home within the first block of Ocean in Marathon. The value was $2,600,000 and the brand new homeowners took over the home in February. The home was in-built 1992 and the dwelling space totals 1,614 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot ended up at $1,611.

  • $2.7 million, single-family residence within the 1400 block of White Avenue

    The sale of the single-family home within the 1400 block of White Avenue, Key West, has been finalized. The value was $2,700,000, and the home modified arms in February. The home was in-built 1938 and has a dwelling space of two,048 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot was $1,318.

  • $2.9 million, single-family residence within the 100 block of Simonton Avenue

    The two,421 square-foot single-family home within the 100 block of Simonton Avenue, Key West, has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in February and the whole buy value was $2,900,000, $1,198 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2017.

  • $3 million, condominium within the first block of Landings

    The sale of the condominium within the first block of Landings in Key Largo has been finalized. The value was $2,950,000, and the brand new homeowners took over the condominium in February. The condominium was in-built 1983 and has a dwelling space of 1,342 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot was $2,198.

  • $3.3 million, single-family residence within the 100 block of Simonton Avenue

    The property within the 100 block of Simonton Avenue in Key West has acquired new homeowners. The value was $3,250,000. The home was in-built 2018 and has a dwelling space of two,418 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot is $1,344.

  • $3.4 million, single-family residence within the first block of Cannon Royal Drive

    The three,339 square-foot single-family home within the first block of Cannon Royal Drive in Key West has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in February and the whole buy value was $3,350,000, $1,003 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2007.

  • $4 million, single-family home within the 200 block of Tarpon Avenue

    The three,089 square-foot single-family residence within the 200 block of Tarpon Avenue in Tavernier has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in February and the whole buy value was $3,950,000, $1,279 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 1958.

  • $4 million, indifferent home within the first block of Mahogany Lane

    A sale has been finalized for the indifferent home within the first block of Mahogany Lane in Key Largo. The value was $3,979,000 and the brand new homeowners took over the home in February. The home was in-built 1988 and the dwelling space totals 3,288 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot ended up at $1,210.

  • $4.1 million, indifferent home within the first block of Sundown Street

    The sale of the indifferent home within the first block of Sundown Street, Key Largo, has been finalized. The value was $4,100,000, and the brand new homeowners took over the home in February. The home was in-built 1950 and has a dwelling space of two,496 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot was $1,643.

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