The DeWayne Carpenter / Kirk Kessel Homeselling Team Represented Buyer in Sale of 219 Lansing Island Drive, Indian Harbour Beach, FL for $2,200,000
Posted by The DeWayne Clyde Carpenter / Kirk Kessel Homeselling Team — December 20, 2016
BREVARD COUNTY, FL - In Brevard county, since 2008 there have been 16 properties on the Banana or Indian River that sold in excess of $2 million dollars. Kirk Kessel and Dewayne Carpenter have personally sold 8 out of of the 16 properties…that’s a 50% market share for riverfront home sales over $2 million! The Carpenter | Kessel team holds sales records for almost every significant real estate category in Brevard. We truly understand the waterfront and luxury market in Brevard County. Many agents or companies say that, but we actually have the numbers to prove it. Our Team strives for the best outcome, consistently outperforming the status quo to achieve the best results for their clients. Delivering groundbreaking marketing that demands more than the market mediocrity.
An amazing opportunity to build your dream home in Brevard’s Exclusive Lansing Island. The most fabulous homes in Brevard are located in this quite gated community. Take in the stunning waterfront views and watch the manatees and dolphins frolic in front of the location of your future dream home. This exceptional direct riverfront home site offers panoramic vistas over the sparkling Banana River. 115 Feet and .88 acres of splendor. With Indian River/Ocean access, cruising around the dazzling waters of the Banana River provides the perfect backdrop for your lifestyle. Lots of amenities including clubhouse, pool, tennis, basketball, exercise room, and playground area. Close to the beach, Kiwi Tennis Club, Eau Gallie Yacht Club and about an hour to Orlando International Airport.
Indian Harbour Beach, FL is the beach front home to 8,000 residents in Brevard County. Its low crime rate and proximity to the ocean makes it an excellent choice for those looking for a small town feel, while still being close to everyday conveniences. Well within driving distance to central Florida attractions or south Florida hot spots, it is off the beaten track enough so residents can easily avoid the congestion of more populated parts of the state. This tiny city is only 2 square miles, but with its own police and fire department, Indian Harbour Beach one of the safest places to live along the Atlantic Coast of Florida.