One of the largest homes in Carillon Beach, 114 Village Way occupies a corner lot half way between the community’s gated entrance and private access to the white sandy beaches of Northwest Florida. Represented by Jo Stewart of Scenic Sotheby’s International Realty, the New England-style home complete with a carriage house sold for $1.2 million on May 5th after a mere 16 days on market, making it the highest sale off the Gulf of Mexico in Carillon Beach since 2011. Looking at the 11 homes off the gulf that have traded hands in the last 12 months, we see homes spending an average of 117 days on the market, and selling at an average price of just over $820,000.
About Carillon Beach
Carillon Beach is a tranquil new-urbanist community bordering the white sands and shimmering emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Lake Powell, the largest coastal dune lake in Florida, is a particularly cherished amenity for local residents. Carillon Beach is all about a quality lifestyle with an exceptional array of local services and recreational activities. Boardwalks, parks, pools and green spaces complement the 3,900 feet of pristine beachfront. Watersports enthusiasts will find swimming, sailing, paddle boarding and surfing right outside their door and anglers can cast a line into the surf in an area known for its record-breaking catches. Calmer waters are offered on the 13-acre Lake Carillon, the hub of the community, where turtles and ducks share their domain with anglers, kayakers and yoga students on paddle boards. In contrast, Market Street is a lively place for shopping, dining and socializing. Iconic architecture is a prominent feature throughout the community, from the landmark Carillon Bell Tower and Beach Club Pavilion to a series of eye-catching Dune Walkovers. The quality design continues throughout the range of homes on offer, from luxury lakeside condos to beachfront homes.