Sarah Chaffin, Home Buyer in Cape San Blas, FL

Can anyone tell me why there is a gap in Montigo Ave in Seagrove Beach? Is it an environmental thing or property issue?

Asked by Sarah Chaffin, Cape San Blas, FL Thu Jan 30, 2014

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Alice is exactly right - I have a listing on Montigo and the way to get to it is to go up San Juan to Shady Pines to Montigo.
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The subdivision which is Gulf Shore Manor never had all the roads put in when it was platted back in 1925. The roads were sand and clay. the county has only paved one road San Juan and put a culvert where the creek runs thru it. Montego dead ends at the area where the creek runs thru and the county is not going to put in a bridge or culvert. The property owners will have to do that and no one at this time is going to do it.
So it dead ends and the only way to get to the other end is go down San Juan and turn on elm St and come around the back way.
If you go to the end of Montego you can see how wet it is.
Alice Forrester
30A Realty, Inc.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 30, 2014
Thank you for the info - we have been there - were thinking of purchasing property on "North" Montigo, but didn't think renters would want to take the long way around to the beach. Is there a footpath through the "gap"/
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