Create some very special memories at this oceanfront luxury living unit. This residential condominium is one of only four in a building in which each unit is served by common elevator, making it handicap accessible. It has an unobstructed view of the world-famous shelling beach that Sanibel is known for and where sea turtles regularly build their nests and flocks of marine birds of all kinds can be seen throughout the day.
In addition to a complete master suite with a king-size massaging adjustable bed and full bathroom, a second bedroom with two twin beds and a guest bathroom, this unit has a full kitchen, living and dining areas, and outside balcony. One the ground level directly beneath this unit is the garage with automatic door opener, a secured storage room and a complete laundry room shared with the other three units in this building. Two bicycles are available for exploring the many bike paths which run from the Sanibel lighthouse all the way to Captiva.
Keywords: Residential condominium
Addison and Charles Scoville both live in Nashville, Tennessee and are the owners of this property which was originally purchased by our parents in 1971 while it was under construction. Through the years, we have spent so much time here that it has truly become a second home for both of us and our families.
Though our parents originally purchase this condominium, we would have chosen Sanibel and this particular condominium for many of the same reasons that they did. Having full-time onsite management and an oceanfront location in an area where there are no high-rises were features as important to them as they are to us. This beach with the amazing variety of shells that come in with each tide makes it so special for young and old alike
We love so many things that this property has to offer. Each day starts with an indescribable sunrise out of the east and fish can be seen chasing bait along the shore. Pelican and gulls are attracted to the commotion. Often we are attracted to the beach as well with fishing rods in hand or a simple bag in which to gather shells. We ride bicycles as often as we drive if our destination is nearby and we often walk to the lighthouse on the very east end of Sanibel.