The Vineyards at St Lucie West – Featured Community

The Vineyards is located just north of Crosstown Parkway and West of I-95 in St. Lucie West.  The community is gated and has a clubhouse and community pool, professionally designed landscaping, city sewer and water.  The homes were built in the 2000′s by Hanover Homes who gave the community an old world Tuscan design with Mediterranean features like barrel tile roofs, columns and brick paver driveways.  Some of the homes have lake views and homes feature 2 and 3 car garages.

If you drive a few minutes north on California, you will find retail establishments and restaurants such as Panera Bread, Starbucks, Petco, Vine and Barley, Bealls, Tutti Fruitti, A Piece of Cake, Outback Steakhouse  and entertainment at Rave movie theaters, Superplay USA, and Digital Domain Mets Stadium where the New York Mets continue to conduct their annual Spring training.

If golfing is your thing, PGA Village Learning Center and Public Golf Complex is located just minutes away as well.

Homes are currently priced from $269,000-$379,000 .

Currently on the market:

918 SW Grand Reserves Blvd   list price $269,000,  2376 sg ft, 3 bed/2.5 bath, 2 car garage, private pool.     MLS#R3167173. Built in 2005. Owner wants an offer on this home! HOA $625 a quarter.

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For more information on homes for sale in the Vineyards, call me at 772-924-0430 or email at

Yes, you can buy a home for under $20,000

A house, on land, with clear title all yours for under $20,000?

I recently assisted in the sale of a bank owned home for an investor in Vero Beach. The house, a 3 bedroom/2 bath home had a new roof was on a lot valued at $15,000 with a deck. The home needed some updating and repairs but the location was amazing and he was getting  home on land in a great neighborhood for less than $20,000, including closing costs.  I am working with another client, a home in Stuart that was listed for $89,000 and my client is going to get this home that needs no work at all for $38,000. How is this possible?  Well, it is this simple. These homes are no longer assests to the banks. They can’t afford to pay the property taxes, insurance and upkeep any longer and they need to be sold.

If you are interested in buying a home and getting a great deal on one of these foreclosures, contact me at  772-924-0430,