Beachfront Town Home, 4 Bikes and Wifi Included
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- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Sandpiper Beach townhome description
Located on a quiet, secluded, dead end street, this spacious, non-smoking beach front town home, faces the aqua waters of the Gulf of Mexico and one of the best shelling beaches in the world. 120 steps on a boardwalk (over natural mangroves) from the front door until your feet touch the white sand beaches of the gulf.
WIRELESS INTERNET is now available FREE!
REMODELED NOV 2006
Two guest bedrooms down and the master bedroom upstairs, with an observation deck off a spiral staircase. Gorgeous Sunsets! A screened lanai separates the gulf waters and the living room. New tile and paint along with tasteful decorating will enhance your vacation. For 2008 we have a 46 inch Sony Bravia 1080 TV with over 60 channels, home theater with DVD, beach chairs,and 4 bicycles are newly added amenities. Complete kitchen remodel with tile, granite countertops, and an open design completed Nov 2006. The master suite has a luxurious Tommy Bahama style queen bed and dresser. You will love it! Our complex has onsite management 7 days a week. Chuck and Leann are very responsive to your needs and questions. New luxurious bedroom carpet 2010.
Small dogs are welcome for a modest fee. A racquetball court is available for guest use. The Signal Inn complex of only 19 units is a short bike ride to the world famous Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge covering 5014 acres. Resident Paths, Nature trails, and walking trails.
Great restaurants, Shopping, Car rentals nearby.
This small Complex is very popular and has a lot of repeat renters.
Inquire about last minute specials. 10% discount for Sept and Oct
Keywords: Town house
- Vacation Rental
Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 6
- Queen size Beds (1), Double Beds (1), Twin or Single Beds (2)
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Ice Maker
- Air Conditioning
- Covered Parking
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Linens Provided
- hair dryers, Gazebo for private gatherings,4 great bikes for island cruising on our friendly bike paths, We have some beach toys for the kids. We just finished a major remodel including kitchen, living area and both bathrooms in Nov 2006. Tile, granite countertops, and open kitchen design....moreless
- Shared Hot Tub
- Satellite / Cable
- DVD Player
- Wireless Internet
Pool & Spa
- Communal Pool
- Lanai / Gazebo
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Water Skiing
- Sight Seeing
- Live Theater
- Fitness Center
- Wildlife Viewing
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Sanibel beachfront townhome
Sanibel beachfront townhome
The listing is exactly what it said it was! The location of this beautiful property is perfect for shelling and watching sunsets...the widows peak is one of a kind! The inside is beautifully decorated and updated as well as clean. The modern kitchen had everything needed to prepare snacks or meals. Within minutes of shopping, restaurants, and nature lovers sites. Nice screened in porch to view all of nature at its finest. Would definitely recommend this to anyone...very enjoyable and owner was quite accommodating!
- Guest Linda (Adel, Iowa)
- Date of stay 12/11/10
- Review Submitted 01/20/11
Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, families with young children, pet owners, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
The week of September 6, 2008 was our first time vacationing on Sanibel Island, and at the Signal Inn. Staying in unit 19. The condo is beautiful, spacious, and the kitchen was very well equipped. The condo was very clean, and decorated very nice(liked the furniture) Loved the view of the Gulf, easy access to the beach and pool/hot tub. There was lots to do on the island. Shelling, swimming, relaxing on the beach, bike riding,shopping, dolphin tour, etc. The bikes and beach chairs were provided (that was nice). Many Happy Memories were made during our stay. Can't wait for a return vist. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR SHARING YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME WITH US!!!
- Guest Glenda Biddle (West Des Moines, Iowa)
- Date of stay 02/07/09
- Review Submitted 02/07/09
WE VISITED SIGNAL INN FOR ONE WEEK IN NOVEMBER 2008. THE WEATHER WAS PERFECT. SUNSHINE EVERY DAY AND COOL AT NIGHT. WE ENJOYED THE OCEAN, SCENERY, ALLIGATORS, .DELICIOUS FOOD,BIRDS AND THE SEASHELLS WERE AWESOME. WE BROUGHT HOME SEASHELLS AND HAVE DECORATED OUR HOMES. THE MEMORIES WE HAVE ARE SO SPECIAL AS WE HAD NOT BEEN TO THE OCEAN BEFORE. WE ARE READY TO GO AGAIN. THE WHOLE TRIP WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR A LONG TIME. EXCELLENT BBEAUTIFUL CONDO TO STAY IN at SANIBEL!!!
- Guest diane mccarty (perry iowa)
- Date of stay 01/30/09
- Review Submitted 01/30/09
What a wonderful get away you have. Loved the accomodations and the beach. Loved Jerry's market and the shopping!! Thank-you for sharing your wonderful home with us
- Guest chris248 (Urbandale Iowa)
- Date of stay 01/21/09
- Review Submitted 01/21/09
Our family has visited the Signal Inn for several years. Unit 16 is our favorite: it's been recently remodeled, it has easy access to the beach and pool, and has a crows nest that provides an incredible view of the beach. This is our getaway for the peace and tranquility we need to rejuvenate from the rat race of everyday life.
- Guest Brian Weichert (West Chester, Ohio)
- Date of stay 11/01/07
- Review Submitted 11/01/07
The unit was situated on the more secluded edge of the complex and was very quiet and close to nature. Living quarters were well appointed, clean, and spacious. Many happy hours were filled with great beachcombing adventures and just relaxing out on the lanai. Would we contemplate a return visit? Absolutely!
- Guest Anda & Francois (Ottawa, Canada)
- Date of stay 05/11/07
- Review Submitted 05/11/07
A beautiful condo. Very well laid out and a beautiful view of the Gulf, especially from the top lookout. We truly appreciated bringing our Golden Retriever,Timber. He loved the waves and relaxing on the cool tile floor. The property managers,Leeann and Chuck, are very competent and knowledgeable. The beach was full of unique shells after the storms, and the weather came around by the 3rd day. We continue to appreciate Sanibel, and especially the Signal Inn!
- Guest Michelle179 (Michigan)
- Date of stay 04/24/07
- Review Submitted 04/24/07
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We had a wonderful time. The accommodations were excellant--Decor very pleasing, well equipped kitchen, lay-out good. Thank You, Dianne Emrey
- Guest Dianne Emrey
- Date of stay 07/19/06
- Review Submitted 07/19/06
This is our 11th year vacationing on Sanibel Island and first time at the Signal Inn, Unit 19. Had the wonderful opportunity to stay for the entire month of April 2006. This beautiful, spacious and well-equipped townhouse is on a very quiet and secluded part of Sanibel Island. The resort is well managed with on-site property managers. Weather was perfect so we kept the air-conditioner off, most of the time, so we could enjoy the balmy breezes that circulated throughout the townhouse and enjoy the sounds of nature (greeted every morning with the sounds of many birds and every evening with the sounds of crickets and frogs). Enjoyed many hours relaxing on the large lanai with a beautiful view of the Gulf of Mexico. The living room patio doors opened almost as wide as the lanai – felt like you were outside. The view from the Crow’s Nest was incredible. On the many walks over the bridge to the beach, we saw the resident alligator, turtles and sea otters and at the beach, saw dolphins playing in the gulf. The Tommy Bahamas furniture is very comfortable. Enjoyed the many restaurants on the island and other activities such as biking, kayaking, shelling, walking, etc. We also liked having the wireless internet for the unit. Would highly recommend staying at this beautiful townhouse and this location.
- Guest Anonymous
- Date of stay 05/07/06
- Review Submitted 05/07/06
We stayed at the Signal Inn #19 the last week of February. The grounds and surrounding areas were all in great shape with fresh plantings. The unit was very clean with great views of the gulf. The facility is well managed with a very attentive staff to answer questions or take care of any needs. The unit was also well equiped with all the necessary supplies to include a Weber grill and 4 very good bikes which we used on several occasions to include a ride to and through the Ding Darling nature preserve....a wonderful ecosystem. Definately a very nice, spacious condo in a great location.
- Guest Anonymous
- Date of stay 04/01/05
- Review Submitted 04/01/05
In Season ... Dec 20-Jan 03, Jan 24-Apr 18 2009 .. $2725/week Mid Season .. Jan 03-Jan 23, April 18-May 2 09 , Thanksgiving week, .. $2065/week Off Season .. May 2-Nov 21, Nov 29-Dec 19 ........ $1800/week Three night rentals available off season only Rates do not include 7% Florida sales tax and 4% Lee County tax
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Year Purchased: 2004
Why the Owner Chose Sandpiper Beach:
Sanibel Island is like no other in Florida. Most restaurants and business are family owned. No chains here. No traffic lights. The pace of the Island puts you in relaxation mode as soon as you cross the causeway.
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The signal Inn complex is secluded but great location on the Island
View from the observation deck on the Third level.
Screened lanai off main living area, great for breakfast or enjoying the sunset
Master suite with queen bed
Twin beds in the second bedroom
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