Ross’s Comments – What you Need to Know about Terra Beachside Villas
Terra Beachside Villas are popular with our clients looking for newer construction, loft type space with high ceilings, close access to the beach, plus low maintenance fees with renter and pet friendly policies in place.
With a total of six floors, and all top level “Wind” units with private 1300 sf rooftop terraces, the majority of units are either a 2 or 3 bedroom configuration consisting of 1700 sf or 2049 SF of living space.
A unique feature of the community are the exterior corridors and open common areas that are covered by what some describe as an “airplane hanger”.
What the community offers in affordability, style, design, low running costs and quality, unfortunately, many units lack in natural light and functional terraces.
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UNIT SIZES 1,011 – 2,049 sq. ft (94 – 190 m²)
UNIT TYPES 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms
# OF UNITS 115
# OF FLOORS 6
# OF PARKING LEVELS 1 subterranean
DEVELOPER BSG Development
PET POLICY No more than 2 pets with a max total weight limited to 80 lbs, other restrictions may apply.
24-hour concierge, valet & security
Oceanfront beach club
400-foot long atrium with translucent canopy
Heated and reflecting pools
Iconic cone-shaped recreation facility
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