Condo, 2 Bedrooms + Queen sofa bed, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-6)
Queen size Beds (1), Twin or Single Beds (2), Queen size Sleep Sofa (1)
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - We cannot rent our unit to college aged groups.We cannot rent our unit to college aged groups.
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Hi! We searched hard for a decent photo and finally selected this one from our January 2012 snowy, 25-hour train ride from Kiev to Budapest where there was everything but Perdido Key sunshine. Shelley, with masters degrees in international relations and special education, is an educational consultant for parents of special needs children. She taught such children for about 14 years in a university setting. Bill, an attorney, first got the itch for the Gulf coast when his parents took his family there almost yearly for vacations. We often get away from Tennessee late on Friday, enjoy a restful recharge day at the beach and leave Sunday afternoon for the drive back home for work. We are very happy to share our place with you. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Bill
Why Bill chose Perdido Key
While we lived abroad, Bill had the good fortune to have parents who visited Perdido Key and watched for condo purchase opportunities. Shelley knew Florida from growing up there and attending college in Orlando. From 5,000 miles away and sight unseen, we chose the penthouse floor for the view, the SeaSpray building for its right-on-the-beach location, Perdido Key because it's a beautiful and mostly pristine island shared by Alabama (about 10%) and Florida (the rest). Shelley coordinated the décor via mail and, arriving from overseas in December 1983, we were pleased with the result and among the first SeaSpray owners to overnight in the brand new west building, then the tallest structure on Perdido Key. As you will see in the wall print in the master bath, hurricane Ivan visited us just after Labor Day in 2004. Due to problems at the complex, we were only able to return to the condo in spring of 2008! But much of the place is now almost brand new and you will see the positive results of Shelley’s redecorating.
What makes this Condo unique
For years, while working abroad and living in rented homes, we dreamed of owning a place on the beach. Perdido Key has all it takes for a great beach visit or extended stay – warm summers with cooling breezes, perfect spring and fall weather, and mild winters, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and life. There is so much to see and do here. The problem will be fitting everything in! You'll soak, roast, take long beach walks, meet new people, shop and sigh. Eat from the local seafood restaurants like pigs, sleep like babies. Seafood does taste better here, and you'll find yourselves going to bed early because you're exhausted, and getting up early because there is so much you want to do! And our sunrises and sunsets are truly estupendo.
- English, Spoken Arabic and German for min practical needs.