Treasure Island Club Condos in Cape Canaveral Florida
are located directly off of Highway A1A on Columbia Drive,
just south of the Beach Line or Bennett Causeway.
They are just blocks from the beach.
And, about 7 minutes from the world famous Cocoa Beach Pier and Ron Jon’s Surf Shop.
Cocoa Beach Pier is undergoing a MultiMillion dollar facelift.
This exquisite gated community is tucked back into it’s own peaceful world.
The three buildings boast a swimming pool, workout room and elevators.
Each unit has it’s own balcony with splendid views of the Banana River Lagoon.
Boat slips and trailer parking may be available to residents.
The dock master can tell us availability at any given time.
I love to spend the afternoon and wander down to the boat docks
and sit in the gazebo overlooking the river.
Royal Caribbean, Disney and Carnival Cruise Lines set sail at Port Canaveral,
less than 10 minutes away.
Jetty Park is about 10 minutes away. They have some of the best fishing in the area.
Watch the manatees, or sea cows from your balcony, as they play.
There are currently no units for sale in any of the 3 buildings in the complex. The majority of the units are two bedroom two bath at 1200 square feet of living.
There is one unit under contract in building one. The listing price is $129,900. There are 6 units that have sold in 2014. Two were in building one, two in building two and two in building three. Two units were bank owned foreclosures and four were standard listings (non distressed properties). Sales prices ranged from $124,000 to $149,900.
There are 10 units that have sold in 2013 in the complex. Sales prices range from $115,000 to $148,000.
The average sales price for properties sold in 2013 is $131,395.
Treasure Island Club Condos in Cape Canaveral FL is an exquisite community. This is one of the nicest, well maintained and affordable communities in the area. Investors and out of town folks are always quick to scoop up the great deals in the complex, because of it’s wonderful location and it’s breathtaking views.
Watch the cruise ships set sail on balconies on the upper floors.