Palm Beach Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-4)
One-of-a-kind 1 BR corner penthouse suite in the Palm Beach Hotel, a historic landmark condominium-hotel centrally located on the island of Palm Beach between The Breakers and The Biltmore. 3 NIGHT MINIMUM STAY--5 NIGHTS DURING HIGH SEASON. Discounted rates for long-term rentals.
Central location, beautiful southern and western exposures (8 windows), charming period accents that are unique to this unit and this floor (high pecky cypress ceilings, decorative fireplace, central AC) and hotel amenities (24-hour reception desk, swimming pool, wireless Internet, an array of shops and restaurants). Owner-provided local parking permit.
Newly renovated, fully furnished and outfitted with large kitchenette (large refrigerator/freezer, cooktop, microwave, toaster oven, crock pot, coffee maker, deep sink, plates, glasses, utensils). All utilities including electricity, cable TV, and local phone service included in rent. Central A/C. There isn't a better value on the island.
The Palm Beach Hotel is convenient to all of Palm Beach's attractions - 1 block to Atlantic Ocean, 1 block to Intracoastal bike trail, 1 block to Royal Poinciana and the Flagler Memorial Bridge, and on the same street as the brand new Publix grocery store (designed to match the Spanish colonial style of the Palm Beach Hotel), a pharmacy, a bank, and many world-class restaurants. Only two miles to City Place in West Palm Beach and only 12 miles to Palm Beach International Airport serviced by many low-cost carriers including Jet Blue, Southwest, Air Tran, and Spirit, as well as American, Delta, United, Air Canada and others. Synagogue and churches (Catholic and Presbyterian) within walking distance. Parking available in a nearby leased lot.
- not suitable for children
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Tara A. Owen
I'm an accidental collector of real estate gems that are quirky and utterly original. I'm up to 6--all filled with sunlight and near water--whether it's a glacial lake in Westchester, the Great South Bay lapping onto Fire Island or the Hudson River. This property is an historic bell tower wedged between the Intracoastal and the Atlantic.
When I'm not managing my homes-away-from-home, I'm an executive ghostwriter for media and management consulting companies and the mother and stepmother of 4 teenagers--so three full-time jobs.
Tara A. Owen purchased this condo in 2003
Why Tara A. Owen chose Palm Beach
I was enchanted with this unit from the moment I saw it because of its high pecky cypress ceilings and southwestern exposure and because it retains some historic touches (fireplace, fanlight windows, beams) from the Hotel's hay day in the 1920s. The apartment is flooded with a wonderful golden light at sunset and has nice views of the Breakers and Biltmore, as well as a glimpse of the Intracoastal. It's like taking a step back in time to a more gracious era.
What makes this condo unique
It's across the street from a newly refurbished Publix superstore, which has a video rental kiosk in the lobby, so shopping is extraordinarily convenient if you are not up for expensive Palm Beach dining every night. You can rent a bicycle from the bike shop in the building and ride along the Intracoastal. Wonderful French bakery also in the building. And I've just purchased a transferable parking placard that enables my tenants to park in designated spots within a block for an unlimited period of time.