Mariner Condo Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath across from Resident's Beach
Upper - 2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath - with a great view of the Pool and Yard. Master BRM includes queen size bed. Second BRM - two twin size beds. Sleeper sofa in the living area for additional sleeping. Washer and dryer. Air conditioning. Beautiful pool area and family friendly. Great location for walking to an area restaurant. Close driving proximity to grocery stores and shopping.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
Karl & Carrie Baum - owner
We are from Appleton, Wisconsin; born and raised. Appleton is about 30mins south of green bay - go packers! :) and we are approximately 1.5 hrs north of Milwaukee. We work in the medical field and enjoy life in the Midwest. We love to travel and Marco island is one of our favorite destinations. We consider it home. We have two kids, more so teenagers, who share the love of the island as much as we do.
Marco Island is a second home to us. We grew up vacationing here and specifically the Mariner complex. The Island has special meaning and many fabulous memories, from many Easters at the Marco Marriot to Tin City in Naples. We even got married on Marco! When this property became available it was a no-brainer to buy. We want to continue to keep Marco Island as a special part of our lives and our children's lives.
There is nothing better than sitting on the lanai, over looking the pool, drinking your coffee in the morning. The vaulted ceilings were key for us as well as the location. Can not say enough about the location. You can easily walk down Collier Blvd and find a restaurant, bar and shops. The Resident's Beach is right across the street for easy access (Pass required). Tigertail Beach and Marco Island Beach, south entrance, are no more than a mile away. The aromatic smells of the flowers and the ocean air, especially in the quiet mornings, and the gorgeous sunsets in the evening are just a few more reasons we love the Island and wanted to be a permanent part of it.