Incorporated in 2006, Grant-Valkaria is Brevard County’s newest town. Situated along the Indian River, it was the Ais Indians who originally settled the area as a fishing village. In the 1800’s newcomers further established it with a schoolhouse, a grocery store, and a train station along the Flagler Rail System. Controlled growth has preserved this town’s country feel. It has become known for its down-home festivals and proximity to the shores of the Indian River. The annual BBQ Fest, Grant Seafood Festival, and Autumn Classic Fishing Tournament are just a few of the town’s yearly celebrations. Sprawling residential properties, historical sites, and environmental programs to protect the Indian River Lagoon are all designed to maintain the natural essence and historical character of this sleepy southern Brevard County locale.
Welcome to your new home! This sophisticated home offers you everything you need. When you walk through the door, you are met with 15-foot soaring ceilings, an open floor plan for entertaining, and a sleek, modern chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances (gas stove included!). The first-floor owners’ suite includes an oversized walk-in closet and a luxury ensuite bath. If you’re feeling creative, turn the loft into your own personal home theater, media room, or even a spare bedroom! Venture outside to enjoy the fresh air on the wide-open acreage just waiting for you to call it your own. Soak in the beautiful scenery while enjoying the company of local wildlife such as deer, turkey, and osprey, all from the comfort of your own backyard!
Make this home yours NOW! This beauty won’t last long!