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St. Augustine Homes With a Swimming Pool Market Data
St. Augustine Homes With a Swimming Pool housing market statistics: As of March 30, 2023 there are currently 107 properties for sale in St. Augustine Homes With a Swimming Pool , with an average asking price of $1,137,120. The highest-priced property is $6,990,000 and the lowest-priced property can be purchased for $279,900. St. Augustine Homes With a Swimming Pool listings have an average price of $359 per square feet, based on listings with 4 beds, 4 baths, and 3,023 square feet of living space.
Buying a St. Augustine Home With a Pool
If you were to poll existing Jacksonville home owners and ask what the one thing is they love most about their home, many of those with a backyard swimming would likely say exactly that. Thanks to a warm tropical climate and year round sunshine, anywhere in Florida is the ideal setting for a backyard swimming pool, including right here in beautiful St. Augustine.
Things To Think About Before Buying a Home With a Pool
If you’re an entertainer at heart, nothing turns a home into the premier neighborhood hangout quite like a lushly landscaped backyard with a swimming pool to match. And if there’s room for an outdoor kitchen with seating, even better. But as many existing home owners with a pool will tell you, there’s a lot more to having a pool than endless fun in the sun.
Maintenance & Upkeep
- One of the first things prospective home buyers will want to consider being buying a St. Augustine home with a pool is the cost of maintenance and upkeep. Expenses will vary depending on the type of swimming pool, how much it is used, and also the size and age of the pool. On average, professional monthly maintenance will cost between $80 and $150, according to most statistics, but again, check with local service providers for the most up-to-date and accurate costs.
- Some home owners insurance policies may not cover a swimming pool automatically. Even if the pool is built into the ground with infrastructure surrounding its perimeter, it will still more than likely be classified as an external structure, which means policyholders will have to list it as personal property. Just like checking with local service providers about maintenance, however, we encourage all home buyers considering homes with a swimming pool to check with their insurance companies directly regarding what a home owners insurance policy might entail.
- If you’re like most, you’ve probably never heard of the term “attractive nuisance.” Well, in short, an attractive nuisance is a “dangerous condition on a landowner’s property that may particularly attract children onto the land a post a risk to their safety.” And as you might expect, swimming pools certainly fall into this category. So with this in mind, it’s the responsibility of property owners to eliminate these potential dangers or provide adequate warnings in order to limit liability exposure. Making sure a secure fence with a locked gate surrounding your swimming pool is the bare minimum every home owner should do, but you’ll also want to speak with an attorney directly to discuss other necessary steps that help keep you protected.
How Long Does a Swimming Pool Last?
The life expectancy of a swimming pool will depend on whether its in-ground or above ground, as well as the materials its made from. According to most swimming pool specialists, in-ground pools with a vinyl liner will last more than 20 years, as long as you replace the liner every 6 to 12 years. Concrete swimming pools can potentially last longer, but owners should resurface the concrete every 10 years. Finally, a fiberglass in-ground swimming pool will have the longest lifespan of any type and should east surpass 30 years.
Above ground pools, on the other hand, generally won’t last as long as an in-ground pool, which largely has to do with their structure. In fact, most above ground pools will only last between 9 to 12 years, and sometimes up to 15 years it’s a higher quality model. But on the flip side, installing an above ground pool is almost always cheaper than installing an in-ground pool, so home owners can save a little money on the frontend when opting for above ground.
St. Augustine Real Estate Agents Who Know Homes With a Swimming Pool
If you are thinking about buying or selling a St. Augustine home with a swimming pool, our team can help you navigate the local housing landscape and get you the best possible price based on current market conditions. Simply put, we know St. Augustine homes with a swimming pool better than anyone!
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