Property Type: Condo
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Location Type: Oceanfront
2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, living room, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, and a veranda "with a view to die for!"
All the amenities of home... TVs, VCR, full rack stereo system, CD Player, dishwasher, microwave, washer, dryer, central air, ocean views everywhere you turn. Luxuriously furnished with comfort in mind. The living room sofa can open to a queen size bed. Condo can comfortably sleep six.
Beach, heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, lighted tennis court, gated security, great jogging, biking or walking promenade along the ocean. Smather's Beach is located directly across the street from the condo (please see the location page for Google maps view) .
Located only a mile away from intriguing shopping, wonderful conch architecture, exotic aromatic year round vegetation, enchanting restaurants where dining is truly "a moveable feast." Every imaginable cuisine is available, not to mention the fresh fish.
See the ocean from our point of view!
Until you decide to retire and buy an ocean front condo, why not treat yourself and act like you already have?
Many Key West visitors simply come for the sport fishing, some of the best in the United States. Individual or group charters are readily available.
Scuba and snorkeling trips are also available to the last natural coral reef seven miles off the coast. Excellent diving!
Four miles from your door to the #1 tee at Key West Resort Golf Course. A superb 18 hole professional course.
If the pool, beach, water sports, and golf are not your cup of tea, fret not. Key West is loaded with daytime activities... Ernest Hemingway's home, Audubon House and Gardens, Mel Fisher's Maritime Museum, Robert Frost Cottage, and President Harry Truman's Little White House... just to mention a few places that you may wish to visit.
The Grande Finale
If you still need more after a glorious day of sun and fun take a sunset cruise or celebrate an exciting sunset festival at Mallory Pier... the thrill of watching the sun slip slowly into the Gulf of Mexico is quite memorable... a nightly experience not to be missed; jugglers, animal acts, sword swallowers, fire caters, magicians, and of course, just plain old people watching...