Engel & Völkers Melbourne Beachside Breaks Local Record with $4.3 Million Sale
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Engel & Völkers Melbourne Beachside Breaks Local Record with $4.3 Million Sale

Martha Melendez and Steve Stark of the Aspire Group with Engel & Völkers Melbourne Beachside represent record-breaking sale of 281 S Atlantic Ave in Cocoa Beach for $4,300,000

MELBOURNE, FLA (PRWEB) September 23, 2021 - Engel & Völkers Florida today announced the record-breaking sale of 281 S Atlantic Ave in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Martha Melendez and Steve Stark of the Aspire Group with Engel & Völkers Melbourne Beachside held the listing and Brianne Felton of The Felton Group with eXp Realty represented the buyer. With a $4,300,000 price tag, the transaction marks the most expensive single-family home ever recorded in Cocoa Beach and the highest sales price garnered for a beachfront home in Brevard County this year.

“Cocoa Beach has always held a special place in my heart,” said Stark, “I visited family here during the summers as a kid. It’s such a fun place with awesome beaches, and it was actually a surprise to find out it was a record sale - but this home deserves it. It is truly special, and we are thrilled that it is going to someone who will love it as much as the seller has.”

281 S Atlantic Ave is a tropical oasis with 120-feet of private beachfront. The one-of-a-kind, 5,353 square foot home boasts six bedrooms and six bathrooms. Special features include a treehouse that connects to the main house via a suspended bridge, detached guest bungalow, interior and exterior surround sound, wine cellar, three-car garage, pool, jacuzzi and an outdoor fireplace.

“I couldn’t be more proud to work with amazing real estate advisors like Martha and Steve,” said Marcie Bolt, License Partner of Engel & Völkers Melbourne Beachside. “They continue to exceed my expectations as their broker and always go the extra mile for their clients. Breaking this local record is a great honor for us all and a direct result of the bespoke, luxury service Engel & Völkers provides.”

281 S Atlantic Ave was once owned by Allen Harold "Al" Neuharth, an American businessman who founded USA Today. It is located next to what was once Neuharth’s famous “Pumpkin Center,” which tragically burned down in 2016. The Pumpkin Center, located at 333 S Atlantic Ave, previously held the local record for its sale in 2015 at $4,000,000.

“This was a great success for all involved,” said Peter Giese, Chief Growth Officer at Engel & Völkers Florida. “Martha and Steve go above and beyond to exceed their clients expectations and represent the Engel & Völkers brand in a manner that epitomizes local expertise with global branding prowess.”

SOURCE Engel & Völkers

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