|Space||868 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This elevated home has a wonderful surprise waiting right at the edge of the Drive - a beautiful Island retreat where you can grill, relax with friends and family or soak in the roomy hot tub before you even walk in the door! At the top of the steps to the Sandy Feet Retreat, you will find a dining area on the balcony leading to the entrance of this cozy two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath Florida duplex.
The Master bedroom has a queen bed while the second bedroom has a queen bed and twin bunk beds. The bedrooms are separated by the bath and laundry, and open to the living room and three-season room. The updated galley-style kitchen is ready for you to heat up meals or mix your favorite fruity drinks in the blender. The living room has a large flat screen TV and the dining area has room for six.
You won't need to venture far to find many delightful shops and restaurants. Dance the night away to Island music, or relax on the beach watching the setting sun over the Gulf. If you are looking to be more active, you can try beach yoga, opt to rent Bikes or Scooters, or take to the water in Kayaks, Paddle Boards and much more. However you decide to spend your time, you will enjoy every minute on your wonderful Island vacation.
The house was great for our family of four. Had all that we needed for grilling and going to the beach. The only negative thing I would add is that the when I was asked if I wanted to use the hot tub and we agreed (and was immediately charged) we did not know the temp on the hot tub was at 80 degrees. We don't own a hot tub and we we're not exactly sure how long it would take to heat up. On our last night we decided to use it. Figuring it would take a couple hours to heat up, we turned it on. After an hour and no temp change we started making phone calls to the realtor. After two hours and the temp rose 1 degree, we gave up. We did talk with the "handyman" and he let us know it would be no use to try and use that night. He also apologized for not coming over and turning it on Saturday when we checked in. Moral to the story, if you are going to pay for something and you have no idea how to start it up, insist, they send someone over right away. My mistake. After sending Kate (one of the realtors) a couple emails in requesting a refund (for not using the hot tub) and not getting a reply, I give up. No reply from the realtor after a couple weeks. We will be down again next Spring Break. We will not be staying with this management company. Would I recommend the house? Sure. But that is where my recommendation would stop.