This home managed to turn eight over-worked, over-stressed adults into little children. One actually never left the house except for dinner! The salt water pool was like the the fountain of youth. The house is as pictured. The master is so spacious as is the master bathroom and closet. The veranda off the master is quite big and overlooks the pool. All other bedrooms were a good size - one on third level (with the master) and two on second level. All beds were very comfortable. Besides the master bath, there is a full bath on the 2nd floor and one on the main - this one has a door leading to the outside as well…very convenient. The kitchen was almost fully stocked. The only item we found missing was a casserole dish. There was a good stock of spices, oils and condiments. The coffee maker has a built-in strainer and coffee was supplied. There was enough paper products (TP and paper towels) for a couple of days. There were plenty of towels and beach towels. The utility room had laundry detergent and many cleaning sup pies if needed. I'm sure some of the items were leftovers from other guests and not continuously stocked. The furniture and appliances were all modern. The veranda was very spacious with a nice table setting and ceiling fan. The pool itself was clean and refreshing. The seating areas around the pool were nice. There was one charcoal and one gas grill. The house is about 1/2 block from town and 1 1/2 blocks from the beach. You can leave your car sit for your entire stay. Siesta Village is a small, quaint area with several shops, and fun restaurants/bars with a lot of live entertainment. There are four usable beach chairs, a red wagon and a cooler with with a wheeled dolly. There are also two usable beach umbrellas and tons of water toys. The beach is awesome with baby powder soft sand and blue-green water.