BEACHFRONT - BLUEWATER - 8 BEDROOM - 8 BATH - SLEEPS 48
WEEK: Winter $5753.00 / Summer $7253.00
This beachfront house was built to host family/friend gatherings, weddings/reunions, business/church retreats, and corporate events. The great room, with its floor to ceiling oversized windows, is bathed in natural light and offers a spectacular view of the beach. Bright and airy, high end finishes, comfortable furnishings, this is a dream location for your event. There is ample seating for dining with 3 large tables and a breakfast bar. The commercial kitchen has everything from a Viking 6 burner range with a grill, to dual dishwashers, dual sinks and dual refrigerators. With beds for 46 in various settings from a private master retreat to two bunk rooms with built-ins for 14, there's somewhere for everyone to snuggle in. Each bedroom has an attached, or access to, a full bath. Then there's the huge deck with plenty of space for sunbathers and shade lovers alike to take in a sunrise with morning coffee or a sunset with a favorite iced beverage. The downstairs slab is perfect for dancing the night away, and the beach is a hop, skip and a jump away! This beautiful oasis has everything you need for the perfect event or celebration and is sure to leave you with memories that last a lifetime.
MASTER BEDROOM (KING W/ATTACHED BATH),MASTER BEDROOM 2 (KING W/ATTACHED BATH), GUEST BEDROOMS 1 & 4 (2 DOUBLES W/BATH THAT SHARES ACCESS FROM THE HALL IN EACH), GUEST BEDROOMS 2 & 6 (2 QUEENS W/ATTACHED BATH IN EACH), GUEST BEDROOMS 6 & 7 (6 FULLS/2 TWINS W/ATTACHED BATH IN EACH).BEACH ACCESS ROAD.
This home works well with SEA SONG AND 4 CATCHIN' RAYS.
6 NIGHT MINIMUM IN THE SUMMER SEASON
ARRIVAL DAYS: MONDAY OR FRIDAY
NO PETS PLEASE
WINTER SEASON: September 2, 2014 - May 10, 2015
SUMMER SEASON: May 11, 2015 - September 7, 2015
All Cobb Real Estate vacation rentals are NON-SMOKING properties.
Please note, hurricane Ike forever changed the footprint of Bolivar Peninsula, therefore some homes listed as beachfront may have a lot and/or street in front of it. This is the result of the uncertainty following the storm where some property owners elected to participate in the government buy out of lots that fell in what later could be considered within the vegetation line established by the State of Texas and subsequently included as part of the public beach. Not all property owners participated. Those homes where the property in front of it are part of the buyout are considered beachfront even though to the east or west of it there may be a home closer to the beach.