'Loisand' is a 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath family beach house built in 1986 by the current owners and named after their mother, Lois. Located on the original property that was deeded to Charles T Gray by President Grover Cleveland on May 11, 1893 when this area was Washington County, FL, this fully furnished beach house beckons to a bygone era. Gray Town later became Grayton Beach and a copy of the original abstract is attached in the document section. The current family has owned this property for over 60 years but have been staying in Grayton Beach for over 75 years. When you walk into this quintessential beach home with huge porches, you look across Western Lake with unobstructed views of the Lake and Gulf of Mexico. A boardwalk only 200 feet away leads to Grayton Beach State Park, one of the premier beaches in the nation. The public boat ramp is 100 feet away where you can launch your boat and park it at your private boat dock in your back yard. A substantial seawall has been built to protect the shoreline from erosion and create your own private beach. 'Loisand' has a huge storage area under the house for beach chairs, bikes or could be made into a large workshop. Everyone loves the funky outdoor shower downstairs after coming home from a day at the beach. When you think of old Grayton Beach, a time gone by, this home will bring all those memories back. This historic one-of-a-kind property has never been offered for sale in over 60 years! The family is sad to part with 'Loisand' but hopeful others will find the value/historical significance they have over the last six decades. Sold AS IS closing will be held at Shoreline Title, LLC. All measurements and dimensions are estimates and buyers should verify that which they deem important.
Listing courtesy of Scott Provow Realty.