While Summer Wind allows weekly rentals and is located beachside, it is not an ideal vacation destination. It is more suited to those seeking to stay full-time. Nevertheless, with the option to rent short term, it is worth considering if you are looking for an investment property.
- 400 Oakridge Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32118
- Built-in 1969
- Storeys 2
- 26 units total
- 1 week minimum rentals
- No amenities
Buying or selling a condo? Be sure to call Oceans Luxury Realty® at 386-388-3891, and we will be happy to connect you with the right real estate professional.
*This information is current as of 2022. It is intended to be accurate but is not guaranteed. The buyer is responsible for verifying any and all information provided.
2 bedr/1 bath units are 864 sf.
2 bedr/2 bath units are 900 sf.
- One assigned parking space on open lot
- Air Conditioned
These schools are part of the Volusia County Schools.
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