Ballard House-Built by and residence for one of Eau Gallie's first families. Over 220 feet of Indian River frontage on an approximate 1 acre lot with huge oak trees. Located on a quiet dead end street that is extremely private. Magnificent sunrises and views of the Eau Gallie Causeway. In the1950's the large house was converted into an approximate 2,500 square foot owner's home, with 6 rental units. The owner's unit has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths , large living rooms, and kitchen. Five of the units are1 bedroom, 1 bath and one is an efficiency. Ideal for rental income or conversion back into a single family home. The original grandeur of the home and grounds are still evident in the original wood floors, high ceilings, French doors, moldings and fireplaces. Seller is a real estate licenseeDirections: From Eau Gallie Boulevard and Highland Avenue, south on Highland Avenue to Young Street, east on Young Street and south on Sunny Point Drive. House is at the end of the street.
- Dishwasher, Dryer, Garage Door Opener, Laundry-Hookup, Microwave, Range - Electric, Refrigerator, Washer
- Carpet, Tile, Vinyl, Wood
- Central, Electric, Multi-Zone
- Central, Propane
- Indian River
- Shingle - Asphalt
- Siding - Wood
- From Eau Gallie Boulevard and Highland Avenue-South on Highland until it dead ends into Young Street. East on Young Street to Sunny Point Drive, south on Sunny Point Drive. House is on the end.
Property Listed By National Realty of Brevard
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