Lot size: 5,673 ft2
Adjusted living area: 1,175 ft2
Effective year built: 1965

Please note that there is an aluminum-roofed porche at the entrance.
This is a sketch taken from the Broward County Property Appraiser website:

Sketch for property

Hurricane panels

Tracks installed and ready to hold panels Panels intalled - beginning stages Panels - close view Panels -engraved approval label Doors - Jeld_Wen label

The whole exterior of the house is protected by certified hurricane panels installed by Home Depot.
The Miami-Dade County is the strictest certfication as hurricanes there tend to be the strongest.
Here is a link to the certification.

Doors are also hurricane-proof, certified by Home Depot, and manufactured by Jeld-Wen.

Screened patio

Back view - exterior Interior view Laundry area

The property boasts a large screened patio with a laundry area.

Barbecue platform

Barbecue platform

Ideal platform for the summer weekend barbecue.


Panoramic view of roof turbines and ventilation Double exterior insulation - first view Double exterior insulation - second view Insulated electrical intake Solar fan on the right Roof turbine close-up view Interior insulation with flakes Interior insulation with rolls Interior insulation - ceiling view

The roof has been completely remodeled
All the old shingles were discarded, damaged wood was replaced and a new insulation layer of asphaltic membrane was installed on top of the old one.
The shingles are the best quality in Home Depot and the pattern looks like a beautifully layered wooden roof.

A unique feature in the neighborhood is a solar powered fan, which lowers electricity consumption by cooling the attic, plus it will increase the roof's duration, in Florida roofs tend to cook inside the attic because of the heat.
Cooling is further enhanced by two roof turbines, and by thick layers of insulation installed in the attic.