This pink Daytona Beach Victorian is built for beach royalty

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If Florida were to have a dominant architectural style, it would be faux-Tuscan McMansion. The cracker cottages of old are long gone and the low-slung ranches keep getting razed in the name of bigger boxes. As such, it's uncommon to see a definitive example of 19th century style in a place with as much turnover as our tourist towns (and even rarer to see someone adjust their vision for the landscape they're plopping down into).

All that makes this newly built hot-pink Victorian in Daytona Beach a rare treat. The design manages to stick to key architectural details that mark the home as Victorian while adding definitely beachy terraces and an exterior that matches the loud environs of the oceanside.

The property at 143 Magnolia Ave boasts 3 beds and 2 baths over 2,500 square feet. The home is being represented by Bonnie Heather Leek with Realty Pros Assured. The sellers are asking $600K.

Photos via Realtor.