Perfect for that few week beach vacation, there also exists a strong part of Stone Harbor's 'full time owner, part time resident' population that prefers full access to all the old fashioned amenity rich central business district, complete with stadium seating style movie theater and state of the art library, has to offer. The radiating streets from beach to bay are matured treed, and contain the core of the historic housing stock. 94th is particularly significant as it was the original beach guarded by our first lifeguard, a young 17 year old Cleon Klouse, who would later become a fighter ace in World War I with eleven runs under his belt. Around the corner, David Risley, a founder of the community with his brothers Reese and Horace, saw fit to build his family's home in this enclave with Sunset bay access and the Great Bay views. Rufwud Cottage, on the National Register of Historic Places, still stands pristine as a set point for the town's historic past. This oversized lot at 337 94th Street presents a developable envelope that will grace a commodious home, a pool, garden space with a structure, and most importantly off street parking with its 20 foot existing curb cut.
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