Lake Worth cottages available

Affordable depends what’s in your pocket and how well you manage your finances.  No one can pass up the charming cottages in our beach side community of Lake Worth.   I’m not exaggerating when I say most everyone I know here owns two properties.  One to live the life style of a seaside resort the other a rental income.  Affordable right now, a  big yes,  absolutely.  The  City of Lake Worth took a major hit  when the economy nose  dived.  We are on the ocean, we are next door to Palm Beach,  location location location.  A  desirable and  very affordable community.  Being they are small, approx 750 sq ft. the cottages are  perfect for a starter home, or a vacation retreat.    These cottages take minimal care and are easily maintainable.  After all Life is a beach around here.  If any part of this is  your dream, jump right in, there are still quite a few undiscovered gems in the City of  Lake Worth.   All  within one mile of the beach.   Our logo is “Where the Tropics Begin”  What would be the range of affordable, that depends, you want an established, closest to the beach location or go where the neighborhood is transitioning right now.  One home recently sold for under $25,000 most are in the fifties range and they need tender loving care.   If it’s to rent out you do need an occupational license as well as a permit to use it as a rental.   The beauty of this place is it is rated as 83 walkable score out of 100.  The transitional area is located west of  Dixie Hwy. to A st. and from 6th Ave. s  to 10th Ave. n.  check it out.  Better yet spend a day,  drive the neighborhood.  You will see the brand new cottages, take a break at the beach and have lunch downtown.  Lake Worth is easy to navigate.  Bike paths throughout town  and one way streets alternating north and south.

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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