|Space||1,300 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This is an amazing two bedroom and two bathrooms, state of art furnishing and appliances, gorgeous large shape heart pool,walking distance to the Ft. Lauderdale Beach and Wilton Manors, Wilton Dr. Near all shopping areas, restaurants, bars & parks.
A Private Oasis awaits you. This amazing 2/2 SFH is spacious and beautifully redone with an open floor plan, freshly painted inside and out, modern fixtures. Updated kitchen features top of the line SS appliances, granite, custom island with wine bar. All impact windows, upgraded electrical, newer barrel tile roof, newly coated flat roofs, huge pantry/utility/laundry room. The large yard boasts a newer, heart shaped pool, privacy fence front and back, upgraded landscaping with low voltage lighting.
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Reinaldo (Ray) Cunha purchased this bungalow in 1
This property offer an amazing garden with a heart shape pool
Walking distance to the beach, bars, lounge, parks and amazing places to visit.
Very nice home with large, private pool and patio. We really enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend the property to others.
Pristine, pretty, and private. We enjoyed a relaxing stay and had everything we needed at our fingertips. The backyard porch, pool, and garden were particularly memorable; a friendly iguana visited us several times. The central location meant everything (including the beach) was only a 15-minute drive away. I highly recommend this property for its value.
I was particularly impressed with the decor and overall cleanliness of this property. The landscape lighting in the pool area was an unexpected, and great treat.
The kitchen was fully equipped with everything we needed. We enjoyed using the grill several times and ate outside to enjoy the beautiful private yard.
The neighborhood is very quiet and conveniently located. There are a brewery, coffee shop and a few restaurants within walking distance and so many within a short drive.
The beach is just a quick drive away and the coolers, chairs and umbrellas provided at the house made for an easy trip.
The property manager Rei was very friendly and responsive to any questions we had.
I'll definitely choose to stay there again.
I have tried to contact the manager/owner requesting the deposit to be returned and have not had any success. I would stay away from this one. I have used Home away several times and this is my first time I have experienced this situation.
Just spent a week in this Oakland Park house and had a fantastic time. The house had everything we needed. The house was clean and fully equipped with everything we needed for cooking. The beach chairs and coolers came in handy. The kids loved being able to jump in the pool in the evening after a long day at the beach. Sloan's Ice Cream is a great place to go if you have kids. There is no shortage of restaurants in the area for every possible type of fair.
Bonnet House Museum & Garden History Photo
By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site dates back to 2,000 B.C. while further archaeological evidence suggests that the grounds saw one of the first sites of Spanish contact with the New World.
Bonnet House’s modern history began when Birch gave the Bonnet House property as a wedding gift to his daughter Helen and her husband, Chicago artist Frederic Clay Bartlett in 1919. The newlyweds began construction of Bonnet House in 1920, eager for a winter retreat where Frederic could pursue his artwork and Helen could compose music and poetry. Tragedy struck in 1925 when Helen died from breast cancer. Frederic’s visits to Bonnet House then became sporadic until 1931 when he married Evelyn Fortune Lilly. With this marriage, a renaissance occurred on the site as Frederic and Evelyn entered a prolific period of embellishing Bonnet House with the decorative elements that delight visitors to this day.
Frederic died in 1953, but Evelyn continued to return each winter. In 1983, Evelyn Fortune Bartlett gave Bonnet House to the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation. Her contribution—at the time, the largest charitable gift in Florida history—ensured that the site would be preserved for the enjoyment and education of future generations.
Bonnet House Museum & Gardens is accredited by the American Association of Museums. The site was listed on the National Register of Historic places in 1984 and declared a historic landmark by the City of Fort Lauderdale in 2002.
In 2004, the National Trust for Historic Preservation included Bonnet House in its Save America’s Treasures program. Due to the threat posed by inappropriately massive nearby development, the National Trust and the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation designated listed Bonnet House as one of America’s 11 most endangered sites in 2008.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$99|
|Refundable damage deposit||$750|
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* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.