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Old 09-24-2010, 03:23 PM
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I would like information about Barefoot Bay. I have talked to realtors who all say it is wonderful but my hubby and I are in our late 60's and want the move to be our last so would appreciate any info good or bad you could give us about Barefoot Bay fl. Thanks

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Old 09-25-2010, 08:51 AM
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Barfoot Bay is a nice area for Seniors.2004,2005 the Hurricanes tore it up pretty bad,some flooding on roadways. they have repaired most of the area.You are close to everything.A lot of people trying to sell and move to Tennessee,so you should be able to find a nice place cheap.Good luck.
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Old 10-07-2010, 05:52 PM
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patman that is funny because we are in Tn looking to sell and move to Barefoot bay. Wish i could get in touch with some wanting to buy in Tn, I live in the tri cities area in Erwin and would love to sell and go to Fl again.
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Old 10-08-2010, 08:01 AM
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As a Florida resident I would advise not moving into a trailer/doublewide community. For the same money you could find a house or condo to live in and not have to worry as much about hurricanes, bad thunderstorms and tornadoes.

Barefoot Bay is just an OK community. Some of it is actually old doublewides since it has been here since the 70s. It is an area of retirees and families who chose the area because it used to be less expensive to live in a doublewide on your own property than buy a house.

It got hit by the hurricanes in 79, 95, and the 2004 hurricanes.Each hurricane threat means packing up and going somewhere else for safety which can get expensive. Many homes have also sustained damage over the years from tornadoes which tend to hit there more than other areas in the county.

Some people love it there and others hate it. Many are snowbirds,so only part time neighbors. You have to drive to Palm Bay or Vero Beach for almost everything and to get to the beach you have to drive North or south to get to a causeway to cross the intercoastal.
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