Martin Crossing - Real Estate in Martin County, Stuart, FL

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$148.43/sq ft
Property ID RX-10480416
Stuart, FL 34997
Single Family Home
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath
2,108 Sq. Ft.

$156.84/sq ft
Property ID RX-10479804
Stuart, FL 34997
3 Bed, 2.1 Bath
1,492 Sq. Ft.

$139.03/sq ft
Property ID A10551303
Stuart, FL 34997
2 Bed, 3 Bath
1,532 Sq. Ft.

$151.80/sq ft
Property ID RX-10471131
Stuart, FL 34997
Single Family Home
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath
2,108 Sq. Ft.

$130.14/sq ft
Property ID RX-10465591
Stuart, FL 34997
Single Family Home
5 Bed, 4 Bath
3,371 Sq. Ft.

About Martin Crossing

Martin Crossing is a community located in Stuart, Martin county, Florida.
Current sales prices range from $272,900 to $349,900, with an average list price of $315,900.
Schools: Elementary: Pinewood Elementary School Middle: Dr. David L. Anderson Middle S High: Martin County High School
Types of Properties: Single Family
Current Average Days On Market: 12
Year Built: 2005-2006
Community Features: community pool and waterfront

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Client Testimonials from Sellers in Stuart, FL

The following are user reviews of the ADDvantage Flat Fee MLS service in Florida. Rated 8 out of 10 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.
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4 eventually did get me more offers. It was very slow at first but then there came a rush with seven or eight inquiries happening in the days just after our first real prospect expressed an interest. Funny how that happened. One concern I have is that other real estate websites are scavenging from the MLS listing site and leaving out key info such as 'no pets allowed" or "second-floor unit." A number of callers took my time when they weren't qualified because of pet ownership or personal mobility challenges.
-Martin     Stuart, FL    Feb 26, 2018