• 402 Zorayda Avenue

    402 Zorayda in St. Augustine's Davis Shores
  • Just a 5 minute walk to the Bridge of Lions

  • Lovely landscaping

  • A big, big front room

    402 Zorayda Living area showing wood floor and front door
  • Lovely wood floors make the home shine

  • The living area includes fireplace

  • The fireplace has built-in shelves surrounding

  • The tidy kitchen has been updated with granite counters

  • Bedrooms sport relaxed color schemes

  • Bedroom 2 showing wood floors

  • View from sunroom: pleasant, peaceful

  • Big trees beg for a hammock

  • The best location in a neighborhood where everything is in walking or biking distance

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Size, Price, and Location

This elegant yet casual home at 402 Zorayda Avenue in St. Augustine, Florida (32080) is listed by the property appraisers office as 984 square feet heated-and-cooled (buyer to verify all measurements) on a single story and is offered for $290,000. It’s space is well laid out and seems bigger than it is.

Bedrooms and Baths

The residence includes 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath in a split arrangement. Both bedrooms (13 x 11 and 12 x 11, respectively) have lovely wood floors. The second bedroom has a private entrance via the garage. The bath has a standard tub/shower arrangement and a pedestal sink.

Living Area

The living area of the home is a huge 23 x 14 space that includes a wood-burning fireplace flanked by built-in bookshelves, and wood flooring.

Kitchen and Dining

The kitchen is relaxed space divided into a 9 x 7 breakfast nook, and a galley-style kitchen (also 9 x 7) for a total space of 18 x 7. The counters are an updated granite, the appliances are stainless, and there’s even a tidy little pantry.

Sunroom

The lovely 15 x 7 sunroom is wonderful for relaxing.

Lot

Outside you’ll find big trees with plenty of shade, the trunks strong and substantial enough to string a hammock between. This is a corner lot, approximately 11,853 square feet in area (approx. .279 acres) and is a short .2 mile distance to the Bridge of Lions via Arpieka Avenue and N. St. Augustine Blvd. Buyer to verify all measurements.

Parking

This home has a 10 x 21 single-car garage with an attached 5 x 14 storage area ideal for bikes and lawn equipment. The drive and walk are pavered.

Laundry

The home’s laundry is located inside the garage.

Updates

The roof is less than seven years old, the A/C is newer, and the kitchen was updated with granite counters and stainless appliances.

Schools

This home is currently zoned for R.B. Hunt Elementary, Sebastian Middle, and St. Augustine High School. Buyers to verify all school zoning.

Neighborhood

The neighborhood of Davis Shores is cradled between the Bridge of Lions (just a five minute walk away via Arpieka Avenue and N. St. Augustine Boulevard) and the ocean. Anastasia State Park, the St. Augustine Amphitheater, The St. Augustine Lighthouse, and the Alligator Farm are all within easy biking distance. Craft breweries and restaurants such as Hoptingers, GAS Full Service, Mellow Mushroom, and Black Fly are all within walking distance, and of course, St. Augustine’s renowned Historic District is just across the Bridge.

High & Dry Location

This home survives and thrives, despite the coastal storms that have come and gone in the sixty nine years since it was built. This home and its living areas suffered no damage and did not flood in the October 2016 hurricane. The single-car garage, which is two feet lower, did experience some flooding (the water ruined a washer and dryer) but otherwise had no damage. The builders in 1947 knew that if they built the home proper a little higher, those few extra feet would keep it snug and dry, giving each succeeding generation of owners peace of mind.

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402 Zorayda Avenue

Updated Davis Shores home on gorgeous corner lot. Walking distance to Bridge of Lions and Historic District

Meet Sean Hess.

Offered at $290,000. Please contact Sean Hess at Sean.Hess.Brk@gmail.com (email) or text 904-386-8327 for your private showing.

Calling this a “magical” location doesn’t do it justice. This mid-century classic is located just a 5-minute walk to craft brews, farm-to-table restaurants, and St. Augustine’s iconic Bridge of Lions. Oh, and besides being located in an amazing, walkable neighborhood, it’s located in the #1 school district in the state.

Just so you know: This 2-bedroom, 1-bath home is perfect for a single adult, a couple, or a couple with one child. Once your family starts to grow, you may need to grow the home with it—the owner nearly did 🙂 because of its one-of-a-kind location; There are simply so few places in St. Augustine that don’t require a car, and this is one of them.

Like the neighborhood of Davis Shores (where it’s located), the home is charming and beachy, and elegant yet comfortable in the same way a Georgia O’Keeffe painting is. Sitting on an oversized lot, with just 4 small steps to the front door, the home is laid out on a single level and is easily accessible (a bonus: Those 4 small steps kept the home high-and-dry in last October’s storm).

Lots of light and lovely wood floors in the big, big living area highlight a fireplace surrounded by built-ins. A cozy, upgraded kitchen with beautiful granite counters and stainless appliances includes a breakfast nook with plenty of windows. The two bedrooms have relaxed color schemes and peaceful, meditative qualities. The home’s single bath is cute and tidy.

This space is ready and waiting for you to reimagine. There is some work to do; the refinished wood floors were scratched by a well-intentioned pooch, and the glass screw-in style fuse panel could stand an update. But the roof is less than 7 years old and the A/C system is nearly new.

Outside you’ll find big trees with plenty of shade, the trunks strong and substantial enough to string a hammock between—where you’ll likely fall asleep with a book propped on your nose. Your drive is welcoming, and done in pavers. On chilly days, of which there are precious few in Florida, you can retreat inside to your cozy sunroom and its enclosed glass porch.

The Bridge of Lions is just a five minute walk away, and Anastasia State Park’s gentle surf and lovely, white-sand beach—consistently voted one of Florida’s finest—is within an easy bike ride. If you do own a car, RB Hunt Elementary is just a 4-minute drive away (easy for picking up and dropping off the kiddos).

Still need convincing? Paddleboards abound; launching on the Salt Run’s calm waters from the nearby Lighthouse is a favorite St. Augustine pastime. After a day of surf and sun, unwind at one of St. Augustine’s many renowned restaurants in the Historic District. Truthfully, you don’t even have to cross the Bridge anymore; Anastasia Boulevard’s burgeoning food scene has the locals raving.

Chances to snap up a home like this don’t come along that often: Not in this location, and certainly not for this price. Will you make this your space? What story will you write here?

Find out More

Use the contact form on this page or contact Sean Hess direct at Sean.Hess.Brk@gmail.com (email) or call/text 904-386-8327.

Size, Price, and Location

This elegant yet casual home at 402 Zorayda Avenue in St. Augustine, Florida (32080) is listed by the property appraisers office as 984 square feet heated-and-cooled (buyer to verify all measurements) on a single story and is offered for $290,000. It’s space is well laid out and seems bigger than it is.

Bedrooms and Baths

The residence includes 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath in a split arrangement. Both bedrooms (13 x 11 and 12 x 11, respectively) have lovely wood floors. The second bedroom has a private entrance via the garage. The bath has a standard tub/shower arrangement and a pedestal sink.

Living Area

The living area of the home is a huge 23 x 14 space that includes a wood-burning fireplace flanked by built-in bookshelves, and wood flooring.

Kitchen and Dining

The kitchen is relaxed space divided into a 9 x 7 breakfast nook, and a galley-style kitchen (also 9 x 7) for a total space of 18 x 7. The counters are an updated granite, the appliances are stainless, and there’s even a tidy little pantry.

Sunroom

The lovely 15 x 7 sunroom is wonderful for relaxing.

Lot

Outside you’ll find big trees with plenty of shade, the trunks strong and substantial enough to string a hammock between. This is a corner lot, approximately 11,853 square feet in area (approx. .279 acres) and is a short .2 mile distance to the Bridge of Lions via Arpieka Avenue and N. St. Augustine Blvd. Buyer to verify all measurements.

Parking

This home has a 10 x 21 single-car garage with an attached 5 x 14 storage area ideal for bikes and lawn equipment. The drive and walk are pavered.

Laundry

The home’s laundry is located inside the garage.

Updates

The roof is less than seven years old, the A/C is newer, and the kitchen was updated with granite counters and stainless appliances.

Schools

This home is currently zoned for R.B. Hunt Elementary, Sebastian Middle, and St. Augustine High School. Buyers to verify all school zoning.

Neighborhood

The neighborhood of Davis Shores is cradled between the Bridge of Lions (just a five minute walk away via Arpieka Avenue and N. St. Augustine Boulevard) and the ocean. Anastasia State Park, the St. Augustine Amphitheater, The St. Augustine Lighthouse, and the Alligator Farm are all within easy biking distance. Craft breweries and restaurants such as Hoptingers, GAS Full Service, Mellow Mushroom, and Black Fly are all within walking distance, and of course, St. Augustine’s renowned Historic District is just across the Bridge.

High & Dry Location

This home survives and thrives, despite the coastal storms that have come and gone in the sixty nine years since it was built. This home and its living areas suffered no damage and did not flood in the October 2016 hurricane. The single-car garage, which is two feet lower, did experience some flooding (the water ruined a washer and dryer) but otherwise had no damage. The builders in 1947 knew that if they built the home proper a little higher, those few extra feet would keep it snug and dry, giving each succeeding generation of owners peace of mind.