Karen Mathers Discusses the Benefits of Living in The Moorings, Vero Beach FL

September 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Vero Beach FL: Karen Mathers recently discussed the benefits of buying a home in The Moorings, one of the premier boating, golfing and tennis communities on the barrier island of Vero Beach FL. The seasoned agent also talked about a luxury home in the area that has just hit the market, located just a few steps away from the coast.

Karen Mathers is currently selling homes near the coast of the luxurious waterfront community of The Moorings. Located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon, this highly desirable community offers residents benefits that are not available to all.

Residents of The Moorings do not only get to visit the seaside from time to time, they also get to take advantage of the spa, tennis courts, and the world-class The Moorings Yacht and Country Club. Located only 14 minutes to Downtown Vero Beach and 18 minutes to the nearest regional airport, this quiet community also has plenty of shopping and dining options for residents who love to eat and go shopping.

According to Karen Mathers, The Moorings is perfect for people who want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city. “Every day, wake up to a picturesque scenery with the bright ray of the morning sun touching your skin. During the height of summer, you can always bask in the sun and get your lovely tan,” she said.

Meanwhile, the 4-bedroom Moorings Vero Beach home for sale is a private, secluded property that is just five houses away from the ocean. Perfect for retreat and ultimate relaxation, it features state-of-the-art amenities and the elegance of a contemporary home.

“Everyone knows that living near the sea is beneficial to your health and well-being. The serene view of the seawater and the gush of fresh sea air promotes relaxation and physical activity. Who wouldn’t want to stroll by the seafront?” said Karen Mathers.

The elegant Vero Beach FL property is designed for people who want to indulge. Karen Mathers said it is perfect either as a primary home or a vacation home, as it is a great place for anyone who wants to spend some time alone or revel in some quality time with family and friends. Its bright and airy interior makes it ideal for entertaining guests.

Karen Mathers is a longtime resident of Vero Beach FL and has been assisting home buyers and sellers with their real estate needs for many years. For her and her husband, living in Vero Beach FL was an easy decision to make because they instantly fell in love with its pristine beaches and ocean breeze on warm days.

As an experienced real estate agent, homebuyers and sellers in the area can trust that Karen Mathers knows the way around the area. “I have my fingers on the pulse of the market, to serve you in the most professional and honest way,” she said.

Pat Franks, one of Karen Mathers’ previous clients, wrote in her review, “Karen Mathers was an excellent realtor for our recent move to Vero Beach. We took four months of her time while she patiently showed us the whole area with a variety of properties, She was so responsive with all our concerns.”

Earl Hancher, another client, also wrote, “Karen led us through the time-consuming task of finding that perfect home based on the criteria we gave her. She didn’t hesitate to get showings for any properties we searched out on our own. We would highly recommend Karen Mathers to anyone looking for that special home.”

Those who are looking for an agent they can trust in Vero Beach FL, can call Karen Mathers at 772-532-3221. She will be glad to assist anyone with their home buying and selling needs.

About Karen Mathers:

Karen has been in the business of helping real estate buyers and sellers for 22 years. She previously served as a director for the local Realtor association, Chairman of the Education Committee and the MLS Committee. Currently, she is an active member of the Florida Association of Realtors, Realtor Association of Palm Beaches, Realtor Association of Indian River County and the National Association of Realtors.


For more information about Karen Mathers - REALTOR®, contact the company here:

Karen Mathers - REALTOR®
Elizabeth Rota
3775 20th Street Vero Beach, FL 32960

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