Welcome to 'O'Yes!' on Ono Island., a private residence of 5000+- sq.ft, that boast a fabulous view of Bayou St. John with a private sandy beach, an extra long fishing pier frequented by inshore fishing guides, and boathouse with wetslips.It also has a large elevated deck atop the boathouse perfect for sunbathing or just enjoying the large view and incredible western sunsets across the bay and the intercoastal waterway.Unlike most other homes on Ono that sit side by side in close proximity with little privacy between neighbors, this house sits on an otherwise unoccupied cul-de-sac facing northwest, approximately 150'+- in front of other adjoining houses to the east, giving the waterfront elevation a very secluded and private setting. To the west is a 20 acre+- sawgrass field with no houses, frequented by waterfowl common to the area such as ospreys and pelicans, and extending the adjoining uninhabited beach nearly a quarter mile along the water. Once visitors enter the house, and see the view through a 20' high wall of glass windows, then step out on the waterside deck, most all say the same thing, 'O Yes!'.
Keywords: large private sandy beach on a secluded cul-de-sac with spectacular views, long fishing pier and elevated 1000+ sq. ft.deck. check out the satellite aerial map,
Our family began frequenting the Orange Beach area in the 90's, and quickly fell in love with the area and it's many attractions. We purchased several condos and enjoyed the beaches and neighbors, but the lack of privacy and apartment style living proved not for us. At the end of the day, we became very bored with going down elevators, laying on the beach, and going back up again. We needed something more; a special place to have a boat, a barbeque grill, a fishing pier, a private beach of our own, and to take our extended family. Ono Island's gated community was the area we eventually decided on, and 'O Yes!' turned out to be just the place and architecture we were looking for, with the perfect location for our needs. We still enjoy a night on the town, a good meal, and an occassional wild afternoon at the Florabama, but it's always good to get back to the privacy and uncomparable sunsets.
O'Yes! sit approx. 150'+- forward the other nearby houses in an otherwise unoccupied cul-de-sac, She offers an incredible northwest view, particularly at sunset from the front deck, while giving a measure of privacy that few locations on the island can match. Osprey nest in the adjoining 20+- acre sawgrass field, and along with pelican, seagull, and dolphin, frequent the waterfront. The sawgrass is also heavily populated with ringneck dove, woodpecker, cardinal, purple martin, bluebird, wren and sparrow, so we leave feeders out for them due to the additional viewing enjoyment they bring. The pier is extra long since the house sits forward, so the constantly changing east-west water currents bring a variety of fish traveling close in to feed on the ever present bait fish. If you like to wet a hook, better bring a good rod, especially if night fishing.under the pier lights.We've caught plenty of reds, specks, sheepshead and flounder, but there are a lot of fish out there after dark that won't even turn before ripping the gears out of a spinning reel.
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