Newly renovated and tastefully furnished island house, located on the canal with private dock only 1.5 blocks to the beach! The property is located at the exclusive north end of Anna Maria Island.
The house was renovated and furnished at the end of 2018. It combines the traditional old island charm of Anna Maria with modern amenities. Highlights of the spacious and beautifully landscaped garden are a generously sized heated pool including a warm-water outdoor shower, full size patio set with barbecue grill and deck chairs. For adventurous guests, rent or launch your own paddle board, kayak, jet ski or boat from your own private dock. Or, just sit back, relax and enjoy the view!
Inside the house you will find two living rooms decorated with tastefully selected furniture offering ample seating for you and your family. The house offers three bedrooms, two with comfortable king-sized mattresses and the third with two twin-sized beds. There is also a custom-made compact chef's kitchen, complete with high-end kitchen equipment and utensils. Other amenities include high-speed internet, telephone landline, and three TVs. Access 200+ cable channels or Roku TV streaming in the living room and master bedroom. Roku TV streaming is also available in the second king bedroom. A private washing machine and a dryer complete the household equipment.
You'll find plenty of outdoor parking space for up to three vehicles. The house is within walking distance to Pine Avenue which offers an assortment of shops, boutiques, restaurants and friendly boat or bicycle rentals.
You can easily tour around the Island on foot, by bicycle or use the free Island trolley which runs daily from 6:30AM to 10:30PM.
The cities of Bradenton, Sarasota, Tampa and St. Petersburg offer numerous places of interest and a large variety of leisure activities are in the neighborhood of Anna Maria Island. Sleeps 6. 1344 sq ft.
DISCLAIMER: Depth of the canals and channels vary depending on tides, weather, and other circumstances beyond our control. At times this can result in a water level that is too low to support watercraft. It is the responsibility of the guest to review forecasts and make alternate arrangements for watercraft as necessary.