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About Longboat Key, Florida:
Almost the entire land area of Longboat Key is now occupied. The remaining older, singly owned houses are as much as 45 years old, annexed to comparatively small parcels, again an outgrowth of the 1/2 acre limitation on homestead property area within municipalities as set forth in the Florida Constitution.
In the last few years, these remodeled properties have been purchased by new owners who sought to and did demolish them in order build small, ornate homes worth much more, many being valued to amounts on the order of as much as a few million dollars, a peculiar outgrowth of the unlimited-in-value homestead exemption for principal residences from forced sale provided to homesteaders under the Florida Constitution. This diverse mix of homes owned both singly and in condominium line the many cul-de-sacs and boulevards branching off main roads towards both the bay and the gulf, with the length of the island served by Gulf of Mexico Drive.
Shower and Bathroom Tip: Knowing which type of bathroom walls you have is important when you're contemplating renovations or when repairs are needed. Lath and plaster are the most common two types. We handle all manner of kitchen and bathroom cabinet and countertop remodeling - call us today for more info.
Do you like the lighting in your bathroom? Is there enough or too little? What direction does your bathroom window face? When do you get the most natural light? Do you like the artificial light you currently have? Do you have incandescent or fluorescent light bulbs? Is the light too harsh? These are all considerations you must make before starting a project.
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