This magical, private OCEANFRONT home is not only featured on the cover of both “Better Homes and Gardens Quick and Easy Decorating” and “Second Home” magazine it is THE CLOSEST house to the Atlantic Ocean on Amelia Island!!!
The home features three bedrooms and one extra-large spa-like bathroom with a private hot and cold shower downstairs. It's luxuriously appointed; every room has been professionally decorated and is complimented by being on the ocean at pristine Amelia Island and comfortably sleeps up to 6! Everything is provided from ironed linens, to beach towels, chairs, etc,.. Visit our home for a week and you may find yourself wanting to stay a month!!!
Beach House Amenities - In the locked closet under the house you will find many beach-like things such as: beach chairs, surf boards, a hammock and many more things. There is also a shower if you want to rinse off before entering the house or if you just want to cool off. Please lock before retiring for the evening and when you leave the house.
There is also a full laundry room to wash and dry your clothes as needed.
This lovely beach house not only soothes the soul, it is fully equipped for every need so enjoy your stay.
Amelia Island Amenities - Amelia Island is 'the' place to be. We are known as one of the top ten beaches in the world! We are a small island but we are full of lots to do. Not only do we have our share of five star restaurants, we have some of the best golf courses in the world.
Dining - Joe's Bistro, Los Clos, Brett's Waterway Cafe, PLAE, Barbara Jean's
Sites to See - Ft. Clinch, Cumberland Island (known for the wedding of JFK Jr.), 13 Miles of Beaches, Amelia Island Museum of History, Downtown Fernandina Beach
Recreation - Boating / Sailing, North Hampton Golf Course, Horseback riding on the beach, Golfing (3 of the area's 7 courses are public), Tennis, Shopping, Kayaking, Spas, Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, Charter a boat, World renowned fishing pier, Home of the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, The home of Pippi Longstocking,
Anyone who visits the island is said to 'leave a little bit of themselves when they leave so they are always sure to return.'