Move in now to Dover Bay’s waterfront Marina Town

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  • Courtesy photo This Marina Town waterfront property is the last remaining move-in ready home at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community.

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    Courtesy photo View from the Marina Town private beach area on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille.

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    Courtesy photo The Dover Bay community is only 12 miles from Schweitzer Mountain Resort and offers lift ticket special and rental accommodations.

  • Courtesy photo This Marina Town waterfront property is the last remaining move-in ready home at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community.

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    Courtesy photo View from the Marina Town private beach area on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille.

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    Courtesy photo The Dover Bay community is only 12 miles from Schweitzer Mountain Resort and offers lift ticket special and rental accommodations.

Just one move-in ready home is currently available at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community. The property, located in building No. 2 of the Marina Town development, sits along the beautiful shores of Lake Pend Oreille. There are not many places more romantic.

“We’d like to give someone a sweetheart of a deal,” said Marie Garvey, director of sales and marketing for Dover Bay.

The single level home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an open kitchen with granite slab countertops, Huntwood knotty-alder cabinets and Viking appliances. Other amenities include a spacious living room with hardwood flooring and gas insert fireplace, a bright dining area, large master suite with walk-in closet and Travertine tile in the master bath. There’s a private courtyard, and an extra-large two-car garage and outdoor patio. The entire property has platinum finishes and spectacular waterfront views throughout.

Marina Town also features a private neighborhood sandy beach with more than 500 feet of private lake frontage, and a reflection pond. The 1,467-square-foot property is offered at $579,000.

Though the property is the last remaining move-in ready home at Dover Bay, development continues across the entire community, with numerous opportunities in 2017 to find a property that matches buyers’ needs.

The Marina Town neighborhood is a collection of single level, walk-out and upper level options, with 2-4 bedrooms, 2-4 baths and two-car garages. The neighborhood is just steps away from Dover Bay’s Marina Village, which includes a 274-slip marina, seasonal full-service restaurant (currently closed until spring), market, tennis and volleyball courts and a fitness center featuring an outdoor, year-round, heated swimming pool and spa. The “heated” aspect is especially welcoming during ski season.

There’s still plenty of excellent skiing left this season at Schweitzer Mountain Resort, located just 12 miles from Dover Bay. The community is an affordable option for weekend getaways and special trips, with bungalows and home rentals available all year-round. Dover Bay also offers lift ticket specials and lodging packages for skiers hoping to enjoy Valentine’s Day, Presidents Day Weekend and the entire spring ski season. Check out rental and lodging accommodations at www.DoverBayBungalows.com.

Late winter is also the prime time to reserve your marina slip for the upcoming summer season. Slips are open to both residents and non-residents of the Dover Bay community.

The Dover Bay Waterfront Community covers 285 acres of forest, lakes and open meadows. The Dover city beach measures 2.6 acres with 3,000 feet of waterfront on two sides. Walking bridges and wildlife viewing areas are abundant in the area and connect to broader nature preserves in the area.

Explore more of Dover Bay at www.DoverBayIdaho.com, or contact John Sletager or Marie Garvey at (208) 265-1597.

Let us know about more standout neighborhoods and developments that we may feature in an upcoming Neighborhood of the Week. Contact Tyler Wilson at twilson@cdapress.com.

Real Estate Agents, take advantage of Neighborhood of the Week by sending in your suggestions for featured areas, including sites outside the normal confines of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Hayden.

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