Before & After – a Beach Condo on 30-A

     Now this is what I call a top to bottom, fabulous renovation!  This condo, located in Seagrove Beach on Highway 30-A, was not much to write home about when it was on the market.  The new owners were lucky enough to purchase this condo well below the appraised value and did a beautiful, thoughtful renovation in my personal favorite style – coastal.  The home is now on an exclusive rental program and available for beach vacation rentals – a big plus is this management company launders the sheets AND comforters for each guest!  It is 4 bedrooms and is just steps to the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. 

Enjoy the before and after photos with sources and details at the end!

Before & After Beach Condo Reno

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Before After Kitchen to LR

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Notice they removed that awkward pantry!

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These bar stools – gah!!!

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before dining

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Before After Master Bedroom

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 Before After Front bedroom

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Before After Beach bedroom

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 before exterior

 Sources & Info:

Floors – the main living areas are a ceramic tile that looks like wood – $5/sqft; travertine in bathrooms and new carpet in bedrooms.  (Total Cost – $15,000)

Paint – All colors Sherwin Williams – main living areas “Softer Tan”, blue rooms “Sea Salt” and Master Bathroom “Comfort Gray”  (Total cost to paint the entire condo $12,000)

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Scott Antique Market -( omgeee I get to go to Scotts for the first time in March and I’m beyond excited..I need to sell 12 houses and rent a U-Haul before I go!) The kitchen barstools (I covet these), coral art in Master Bathroom and the driftwood bowl centerpiece on the dining table.

Ballards and Ballards Outlet – all rugs and the guest bedroom burlap bedskirt, curtain panels and linen headboard ($250)

Lighting – all lights purchased at Lowes except the dining chandelier is from United Lighting in Destin  ($380)

Kitchen – the cabinets are from Discount Cabinets in Panama City – best price after 4 quotes  (Total cost $19,000 for cabinets, granite, appliances and sink)

Living Room – furniture and artwork from Sugar Beach Interiors in Destin; fireplace mantle was custom made and distressed Cypress

Hallway Artwork – painted by the owner’s sister, an artist

Media – 5 televisions installed, dvd players and router ($7,000)

Resin Artwork – Sharon Kator of Glass-Eyed Seahorse

Other – most of the other accessories, linens, lamps, hallway art were purchased at Home Goods, Kirklands and Steinmart

Furniture – $25,000

Condo – we sold this condo (as a short sale) for only $436,000! 

TOTAL renovation cost – $100,000!

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Happy New Year!

Kris

 

About Kris Moran

I love decorating and design – one of the favorite perks of my job is seeing all of the wonderful homes and condos that we list and sell! I love to “borrow” inspiration from them, and from decorating shows, magazines and the many blogs I am addicted to!

Comments

  1. Beautiful transformation! C’mon summer!

  2. Thanks for this beautiful blog! We are in love with our new place and so excited about the transformation too!

  3. It’s beautiful! Especially LOVE the floors!!!

  4. $12,000 to paint the condo? That seems exorbitant.

  5. What a lovely transformation. the pain colors made a huge difference!

  6. Aaron Blake says:

    Great Makeover! just a few concerns, I feel that the turreted wall cabinets in the kitchen are a bit much for a kitchen this size, more appropriate in a free standing house than a condo, I’m writing from Sydney, Australia. Sorry that I’m Not familiar with your regulations, However here in Australia we tend to HIDE the Microwave oven under the Island Bench, so as you look into the kitchen, its not so busy!, also I ( again this may be regulatory ) thought that for a $100.000 reno the power outlets A) In the Kitchen/dining area where they removed that Awkward Pantry & B) in the living area to the right of the fireplace, could have been relocated to be a little more out of sight.
    A.

  7. So much more calm and beach like. It looks like a great place.

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