Waterfront home w/ heated pool & dock with access to the Gulf of Mexico
It’s the ideal place for boating, swimming and relaxing. This 1,800 square foot home sleeps seven, with two queen beds, one full and one twin. It has two bathrooms and a two-car garage.
When you pull into the garage, you’ll barely have time to turn off the engine before the kids are running out to the lanai and its heated pool. An entire wall of French doors open up to the lanai, giving you access from the living room and bedrooms. A pass through window from the kitchen makes it easy to hand out ice cold drinks and condiments for the poolside barbeques you cook up on the gas grill.
You’ve got plenty of chairs and sun loungers, some in the shaded area beneath the ceiling fan, others out by the pool with a view of the green canal lined with boats. The dock behind the lanai gives you access to the deep blue waters and world-class fishing of the Gulf of Mexico.
Two of Marco Island’s favorite dockside dining sites are a short boat ride from your house. Enjoy dinner, drinks and live entertainment at Marco Island landmark, Snook Inn. Further north, the festive Dolphin Tiki Bar and Grill welcomes you to waterside dining under the stars.
The tile-floored interior of the house is filled with modern furniture and decorated with a seaside décor. All those French windows brighten the space with natural light. Paintings of beach scenes, fish sculptures, pieces of coral and lush potted palms add a tropical touch to every room.
The kitchen features black granite countertops and comes with modern appliances and cookware and enough dishes for the biggest gatherings. It also comes with an icemaker and blender so you can bring cocktails out to the lanai and savor the view of palm tree silhouettes along the water as the sun goes down.
The bedrooms come with TVs and French windows to let in the fragrant night air, and the house is filled with comfort-enhance amenities like air conditioning, ceiling fans, a washer and dryer, Wi-Fi, cable and a big screen TV.
Paradise Coast is famous for its warm sands, turquoise waters and spectacular sunsets, so we’ve made sure you have everything you need for your trips to the beach, including a beach umbrella, beach chairs and a cooler.
So for a peaceful, relaxing home in the midst of the tropics, come visit soon.
At Marco Island Vacation Properties, we’re proud to be members of the local community. We’re family owned and operated, and we’ve been introducing visitors to this wonderland since 1989. We specialize in seasonal and annual rentals. We don’t just hand you the keys and say, “Enjoy your stay.” We’re available around the clock to answer any and all questions, from “How to I access the Wi-Fi?” to “Where do we go to get the best ice cream?” We have a full team eager to help. We give you maintenance and housekeeping support, babysitting and grocery shopping services and much more. To make sure your stay goes smoothly, we recently developed a proprietary app that’s like having your own personal tour guide. It gives you all the information you need to know, before, during and after your stay: Arrival tips. Directions to the property. Tips on how to best enjoy all the amenities the property has to offer. If you get lost, the app helps you locate your rental property using your phone’s GPS. It also maps out restaurants, special attractions and everywhere else you want to go.
As you look over this property and go about planning your Marco Island getaway, please feel free to contact us with any questions. We’ll do everything we can to make sure your time in Marco Island is the time of your life.
Additional amenities include: dock/boat-slip, beach towels, beach chairs, close to town, umbrella, cd player, lanai, not allowed, southeast, cookware, nearby post office, washer & dryer, ironing board, ice maker, cooler, nearby fedex, nearby ups, on canal, coffee maker, nearby bank, nearby internet cafe, nearby medical services, big screen television, nearby atm, nearby grocery.TripAdvisor property ID 2459433...Read more
Left on 04/07/2013 for a stay in April 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Apr 7, 2013Stayed Apr 2013
We always have a great time on Marco, but if you are looking for comfort after the pool and beach, do no rent this one! We had fun fishing off the dock and swimming and lounging around the pool. The kitchen was nice, but the rest of the house....not so nice! The beds were very uncomfortable and the master bedroom had a "funky" smell, probably due to the ancient 1970's furnishings and bedding. The living room, although equipped with a large screen TV, had couches that were covered in plastic. Luckily we are not big TV watchers! UGH....keep looking.
Left on 03/22/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | Michele M.Reviewed Mar 22, 2013Stayed Mar 2013
The house was great and met all our expectations established through the online pictures. Very neat and clean. Kitchen is well equipped with plenty of dishes to serve family and guests if necessary. Pool is heated with a heat pump, so it depends on the weather to some extent. Location is lovely and we saw a dolphin in the canal right beside the house! We enjoyed the house and would love to stay there again!
Left on 08/12/2012 for a stay in August 2012 | Daniel K.Reviewed Aug 12, 2012Stayed Aug 2012
Everything worked out very nicely.
We used the pool from morning to evening. There are plenty of possibilities to eat out just a short drive away.Thanks to the wifi in the house we could organice our trips to the Everglades, fishing or dolphin waching very easily.
The only, and really only thing wich could be a tiny better, would be the shower curtins - replacing them with a glass door would be good.
Left on 06/06/2012 for a stay in April 2012 | Pieree B.Reviewed Jun 6, 2012Stayed Apr 2012
Only real dissatisfiers were the size of the beds which were announced as queen size (this was not true, especially for the guest room) and the plastic covering the couches in the main living room. Other than that, everything was really fine.
Left on 04/05/2012 for a stay in April 2012 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Apr 5, 2012Stayed Apr 2012
This is a tastefully decorated, clean home with a well equipped kitchen. The heated pool overlooks a canal and has confortable patio furniture. Our rental specialist was a great person to work with and went above and beyond to make our Marco Island vacation great.
Left on 04/11/2011 for a stay in April 2011 | Jim T.Reviewed Apr 11, 2011Stayed Apr 2011
Overall, the house was in good shape, clean and a nice location. Great spot if you plan to rent a boat for the week and it had a nice pool we enjoyed. The problem was that this home is VERY uncomfortable. Even the kids had trouble sleeping on the mattresses which were hard as rocks. We had to buy some basic things like a coffee maker and also extension cords because there were no outlets in the bed rooms for charging your phone, night lights etc. There were nice TV’s in every room BUT the living room furniture was entombed in plastic so trying to enjoy some TV as a family at the end of the day was just preparation for the mattress torture one was about to endure. We had no complaints on the home itself but it felt like the owner really didn’t want renters in the place and certainly didn’t add any touches to make it remotely comfortable. Since I paid top dollar during peak season perhaps my expectations were too high. However, in the current state I’d only recommend this home if you get a bargain. If the owner invested a few bucks to correct these basic comfort issues it could be a hit.
Left on 04/02/2011 for a stay in March 2011 | Jeff W.Reviewed Apr 2, 2011Stayed Mar 2011
Everything was outstanding from the first time I spoke with Andrew Vale until the time of checkout. His service was great & all of my family & friends will use him on our future stays on Marco Island. The house was even better than in the pictures, great views, heated pool, very clean and well kept up home. My wife does not like cold pools & will not go in if its not just right temp, but she loved it. Our 2 children are 10 & 8 and between the fishing and the pool we could barely get them to go out to eat. They wanted to stay home and cook fresh seafood on the grill. Saved us money so I was ok with that. We saw big sting rays off the dock, also starfish & caught a ton of mangrove snappers. The beach was a 3-5 minute drive depending on which one you go to. parking was never a problem at the beach. My family liked South beach better, they didn't like the walk thru the lagoon at Tigertail beach. The Marina & the Snook Inn are jusr around the corner, both were great. Snook Inn provides free rides to & from the house, which is great if you both would like to have a couple of cocktails with dinner & watch the boats & dolphins & not worry about driving. This was a 5 star house as was our agent Andrew Vale.
Left on 03/23/2011 for a stay in March 2011 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Mar 23, 2011Stayed Mar 2011
We were quite disappointed in the furnishings at this house--there was no coffee maker, a bed made without a top sheet (only the comforter), couch and loveseat in the living room where the main tv was are covered in plastic and very uncomfortable! Towels were not in the best condition-- bath towels were very small in size, as were the beach towels, and none were very thick.
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