8022 MACINNES Drive  

Insider View Tour
1,425 square feet
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Highland Lakes

Insider View - Walk Thru Tour

About 8022 MACINNES Drive  

Two-Day OPEN HOUSE, Saturday 4/1, 11AM-3PM & Sunday, 4/2, 12PM-3PM. Move-in ready, fresh and clean, picture perfect 3 bedroom, 2 bath remodeled home on an oversized cul-de-sac lot. Large family room with French doors leading out to fenced backyard. Split bedroom arrangement, eat-in-kitchen and formal dining room. New exterior paint. New carpet in guest bedrooms. Freshly painted interior. Home was extensively renovated (permitted) in 2016 that included new roof, HVAC, windows, garage door, electrical panel, plumbing repipe, and replaced bath and kitchen cabinetry, fixtures and appliances. Perfect for 1st-time home buyers. Super convenient to Oakleaf and Argyle Forest area shops and restaurants, nearby Highland Lakes community park. Easy NAS JAX, Orange Park or Downtown Jacksonville commute commute

  • 1,425 sq ft
  • Asking $293,000
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Full Bath
  • 0 Half Bath
  • Property Id 1219451
  • Highland Lakes
  • 1995

Additional Features

  • Cul-De-Sac

About Ed Akers

Phone: 904-651-6676
Email: edakers@cbvfl.com
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As a Jacksonville native who has resided in both Duval and Clay County, Edmund doesn't just have an extensive and comprehensive understanding of the lifestyle, communities, schools, neighborhoods and businesses on the First Coast, but he also has a profound love for the city where he lives, works and volunteers. As a proven leader with a strong record of professional achievements, Ed boasts years of experience and knowledge in both the real estate arena and corporate analytics. He realizes that each transaction is unique and multifaceted, thus, he utilizes both is one- on- one experience with buyers and sellers, as well as his meticulous attention to facts and detail, to create a well-rounded, individualized service that assures results.

Additionally, Ed maintains a large network of business contacts and holds memberships in numerous committees. He's passionate about staying active and engaged in Jacksonville's nonprofit sector, and is a community leader and volunteer with the Riverside Fine Arts Association, Alzheimer's Association and was previously active with the Historic Springfield Preservation and Revitalization Council. In fact, he donates a portion of each commission to various charitable and philanthropic ventures.

More personally, Ed enjoys a variety of activities that brings him closer to nature like fresh and saltwater fishing, canoeing, rafting, camping and hiking. Interestingly, he collects art, antiques and fountain pens, being the proud owner of about 800 vintage writing instruments. He is also intrigued with economic and entrepreneurial development, historic property preservation and sustainable living practices.