This house truly offers all the comforts of home - and then some!
From the lovely covered porch at the entrance to the home - complete with rocking chairs and a swing - to the beautiful deck on the ocean with chaises to relax in and sip your evening cocktail - and halfway along the private walkway to the beach, there is a gazebo with table and chairs - and electrical outlet - blender and margheritas come to mind! - and at the end of the walkway are 4 built in benches - the perfect spot to have that evening cocktail while watching the children who can't get enough of the beach, or to take your morning coffee and sit in your jammies and watch the spectacular sunrises.
The interior of the house is super comfortable and relaxing and so spacious!
The kitchen is well equipped with everything you will need to cook that gourmet meal and the wrap around breakfast bar is huge with barstools for 9! So whether you are serving a pancake breakfast or strawberry margheritas - this is the place!
Just off the kitchen as you enter the house there is a laundry room with bathroom and shower - and this can be accessed from outside, so the perfect first stop when coming in from the beach. There is also a second refrigerator in this room - very handy for keeping all those drinks cold!
The open plan living room and dining area have a comfortable sofa and chairs and a large dining table for 6. That leads into the oceanview den with gas fireplace, 46" HD TV and more comfy sofas and recliners - and a second large dining table for larger groups. This room leads out on to the spacious deck with comfortable patio furniture and gorgeous views of the ocean and the private walkway to the beach.
The three bedrooms are all tastefully decorated - the master bedroom has a kingsize bed and there is a TV and the en suite bathroom has a tub/shower combo.
There is also a queen bedroom and the third bedroom has 2 double beds and these 2 rooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom with mini tub/ shower combo.
Keywords: oceanfront beach house
finding shark's teeth on the beach, watching the dolphins as they swim by; going to Cumberland Island in Georgia to see the wild horses, visit Fort Clinch State Park and walk or fish from the longest pier on the East coast, take a segway tour on Amelia Island Plantation, go fishing on a charter boat, be lucky to see a nuclear submarine come in on it's way to King's Bay Submarine Base, visit Okeefenokee Swamp to see lots of alligators and wildlife, visit St Augustine - the oldest city in the US, drive to Port Canaveral and visit the Kennedy Space Center, visit Disneyworld and Seaworld and Universal Studios, go to Daytona and drive on the famous racetrack