Beautiful 2/2 in North Hutchinson Island.Private Beach right across the street ,two pools,jacuzzi sauna,tennis courts and private marina. Bring your Kayak or paddleboard to launch into our Intracoastal waterway Indian River .Private Kayak Rack and launch included.Living room with sofa and love seat,smart tv and dvd player .1 Queen size Bed in master,walking closet, reclinable chair and tv.Second bedroom 2 twin beds and walking closet.Fully equipped kitchen and bathrooms. All linens and towels included.Balcony with outdoor furnitures.Rent includes water ,electricity ,tv cable and wireless internet service. Enjoy this wonderful retreat , Beautiful area close to Vero Beach and Fort Pierce Inlet.Next to Avalon State Park. Sorry NO PETS Motorcycles travel Rv OR TRUCKS ALLOWED.No smoking.HOA application rental 30 days
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The island offers 3000 acres of protected preserves, 2000 of which are parks and preserves for hiking, fishing paddle board, kayak and boating pleasure
Hutchinson Island is not just a lover's paradise for vacationers. It's also a chosen nesting destination for some of the ocean's most endangered sea turtles and a great place to enjoy Florida wildlife at its finest.
From April through September Hutchinson Island becomes one of the most important nesting areas for loggerhead turtles in the world. There are 5 species of sea turtles that migrate to Hutchinson Island every year. The nest are carefully monitored and well marked on the beaches
With amenities available right on the island such as grocery stores, gas stations, beachside restaurants, one would never have to venture to the mainland. However, just across the Indian River are the quaint communities of Stuart, Jensen Beach and Fort Pierce rich in history and culture, great local dining, shopping, and local artist’s galleries.
The House of Refuge: A National Historic Site for shipwreck survivors and the oldest structure on the Treasure Coast.
The Elliott Museum: A cultural and educational facility offering art, history, invention and innovation to create an exciting visitor experience for all ages.
The Florida Oceanographic Society: An educational and on-going research facility for South Florida’s environment.
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum: The only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the elite warriors of Naval Special Warfare.
Even though the island has everything you need, much of the island is left natural as the day it was when discovered, making it a wonderful sanctuary for the wildlife. It's not sculpted by endless rows of hedges like some of the islands just south of us but still very wild and free of man's hands. The beaches are not overcrowded and most times you'll find you have the beach to yourself. The people are all friendly, courteous and very laid back.