Ebb Tide condominium complex, Direct Oceanfront 4th floor unit, 1750 square feet with balcony-large 2 bedroom oceanfront unit.
This is by far one of the nicest complexes on the non driving beach. Complex has a private tennis court, heated pool with spa, exercise room with flat screen cable TV and DVD, true jogging and cycle machines, weight machine, sauna, gas grills and pool deck overlooking ocean. Only 53 units in complex.
Condominium located on no-driving beach--no need to be concerned about any cars driving on the beach. Wide flat beach for plenty of room to play.
Unit comes with kayaks, bikes, paddlebaord, boogie boards, skim boards, bocce ball sets, horseshoes, full size shovels, 2 soft top surfboards. Pack Light!!!
Inside the garage are kept: bikes, a surfboard for guest use (not ones in cases), fishing rods, bikes, boogie boards (the real Moray Boogie kind), skim boards, beach toys, metal shovels for those big digs!, and the beach chairs (5 total).
Be sure and view the Movie Library for a movie listing. There are also Focus on The Family Adventures in Odyssey stories on a DVD that can be played in the kids room (Audio). There are TV and DVD players in each bedroom and in the family room there is a DVD Player/HiFi Stereo with 6 speaker surround system. There are also over 120 quality DVD movies that are kept in the condominium for viewing. See link for complete listing.
Unit was totally renovated and remodeled in 2004. Fully equipped kitchen with granite counter tops, range, microwave and small appliances. There is a dinette that seats 4 and the dining room seats 4. There are 2 folding chairs for additional seating that are kept in the master closet. The balcony contains 2 tables that seat 4 ea
Area Summary: Located on Florida’s east central coast, New Smyrna Beach is a quiet seaside retreat located at the southern mouth of Ponce de Leon Inlet. It is a small, historic city, and yet offers 13.2 miles of beach to enjoy. Located only 55 miles northeast of Orlando, it serves as a favorite get-a-way destination for many Central Florida residents and has garnered significant notoriety as a surfing destination, often hosting American Surfing Professionals’ competitions. Through the years, the City of New Smyrna Beach has maintained tight controls on growth, resulting in a limited number of low-rise condominiums being constructed. The city has also held strict parameters on beach traffic which, in addition to protecting beach goers, simultaneously protects nesting sea turtles. It is a nesting ground for loggerhead sea turtles, and Florida’s loggerhead population is the largest in the nation, second only, internationally, to Masirah Island, Oman, in the Middle East.
These tight controls have continued to maintain the beach’s quaint and natural feel. It serves as a gateway to the historic and picturesque Indian River Inter coastal Waterway. Prime fishing locations also exist at places such as Mosquito Lagoon, just south of New Smyrna. This 21.5 mile long, 3.5 mile wild, lagoon is one of the southeast’s most abundant fishing areas and contains redfish, flounder, black grouper, and speckled trout, just to name a few. New Smyrna Beach is bordered to the south by the Canaveral National Seashore’s 57,000 acres.
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