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Homes Sold & Homes for Sale in Seaside – May & June

Seaside had a bit of a slow month in June especially compared to the homes sold in May.  There was only one home sold in June -that being a three bedroom, three bath, 1554 sf home for $2.2 million.  May was a very good month for Seaside sales with four homes closing during the month.  They ranged from a three bedroom, two bath, 1500 sf home for $1.3 million to a four bedroom, four and a half bath, 2680 sf home at $3.3 million.

Sold Homes in Seaside for May & June

Total # of Listings      5   
Lowest Price Listing    $1,300,000   
Highest Price Listing    $3,300,000   
Average Price             $2,080,000   
Avg. Price/SqFt          $1,075   
Avg. Days on Market   341

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Seaside Sold May and June Graph





As of the first of July there were 33 homes for sale in Seaside.  These range from a two bedroom, two bath, 1100 sf home priced at $1.25 million to a three bedroom, three and a half bath, 2263 sf home offered at $4.95 million – hey I know it doesn’t seem very big, but it’s Seaside and it’s gulf front.  This home also offers a wood burning stove for the few weeks a year when it’s needed.

Active Homes for sale in Seaside – end of June

Total # of Listings            33
Lowest Price Listing          $1,250,000
Highest Price Listing          $4,950,000
Average Price                  $2,098,303
Avg. Price/SqFt                $1,293
Avg. Days on Market         378

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Seaside active beginning of July






We think one of the coolest homes for sale in Seaside happens to be the second most pricey in the current homes for sale lineup.  It comes in at $4.75 million.  First the bad news, it’s only 1925 sf with three bedrooms and two and a half baths.  Now the sensational news, it’s directly on the gulf with a 50′ x 117′ lot.  Maybe that’s a normal lot (or even small) everywhere else, but in Seaside it’s huge.  And the better news is that there is an 89′ x 20′ parcel to the north that is dedicated to parking (pergola) and better still there is 137′ to the west that is deed restricted for no construction – giving a beautiful, long unobstructed view towards the sunset

Note the home described in the above paragraph is now under contract with contingencies.  It was barely on the market for a month, which bears out our thoughts on the property.

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