250 Oak Hammock Circle SW, Vero Beach, FL 32962
Asking Price: $489,000 Beds/Baths: 3 BRs/ 3 BAs
This stylish, one-level courtyard home is set within the gated, Vero Beach community of Indian River Club at 250 Oak Hammock Circle SW.
It offers a luxurious Florida lifestyle with a private pool/spa, spacious lanai and a lovely lake view. A nice bonus is that the home occupies an extra-wide lot.
Special features include a separate cabana bedroom with full bath which can be used as a guest suite or office, plus an oversized garage with a separate golf cart storage bay. Send me more about this home in Indian River Club!
KEY FEATURES: 250 Oak Hammock Circle SW
The home offers a spacious lanai and pool area.
- Located directly on a small quiet lake
- Large lanai w/pool/spa
- Remodeled master bath w/ huge walk-in closet
- New washer/dryer, new pool heater
- Living room w/tongue-and-groove ceiling, wainscoting
- Exterior recently repainted
- Solid core doors throughout
- Oversized garage w/ separate golf cart storage bay
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About Indian River Club
The Lowcountry-influenced clubhouse sports a popular fire pit.
Located at the southern end of Vero Beach and less than a mile from the spectacular Indian River Lagoon, the 300-acre Indian River Club is a private enclave noted for its friendly, outgoing atmosphere and challenging golf.
The community sits on exceptional south Florida acreage that is home to well preserved old-growth pines, pristine lakes and a rare coastal scrub jay habitat.
Homes at Indian River Club feature a gentle blend of the Old Florida, local Riomar style vernacular and the plantation and cottage homes found in the Carolina Lowcountry. Send me more about this home in Indian River Club!
Unique Habitats & Landscaping
The club’s unique habitats & landscape are carefully tended.
The entire development program was designed with careful attention to the preservation of the property’s unique habitats and landscape.
Homes are sited to preserve existing native plants and mature canopy trees.
Each homeowner’s landscape should strive to enhance the native habitat by using drought tolerant species. Send me more about this home in Indian River Club!