CORNER condo on 6th Floor Condo, 50' Wraparound Balcony. Newly redesigned
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About R. Paredes
We purchased this condo for our vacation home as well as a place for our children to enjoy. It is rented on a selected basis. We choose tenants who we feel will appreciate the opportunity to have a nice place to relax and enjoy what they have worked for .
R. Paredes purchased this Condo in 2014
Why R. Paredes chose Hutchinson Island South
My wife and I looked at over many condos before we saw this one When we entered we COULD NOT BELIEVE THE VIEW. It was just what we wanted. Hutchinson Island is indeed one of the few unspoiled areas remaining on Florida's east coast.
What makes this Condo unique
A CORNER unit with an unobstructed view of over five miles of white sand beaches, the Atlantic ocean and the Intercostal waterway plus acres of undeveloped forested land. A very large (possibly the largest) 280 SQ FT balcony almost overhanging the ocean on the 6th floor which is an ideal height above the ocean---high enough for long distance views and low enough and close enough to hear---and sometimes feel the spray from the ocean. Inside it has been just remodeled, brand new furniture in all rooms, feels like resorts life style
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Very nice condo and we'll equipped.
Condo Hutchinson Island
Well kept condo with breath taking views. We enjoyed our stay!
We enjoyed our stay in this lovely condo on Hutchinson Island. The views are spectacular. The condo is nicely furnished. The beds very comfortable. Most everything you need for an enjoyable visit are provided, i.e. beach towels, beach chairs, etc.
Raul is easy to work with and responded promptly to any question we may have had.
We are looking forward to staying here again!
Gorgeous views from a beautiful condo!
What a wonderful experience. The well stocked kitchen and beautifully maintained condo with the best views was perfect. Raul was pleasant to work with. The beach and pools were easy to get to and clean. An easy drive to restaurants and shopping on the Island and Jensen Beach and Stuart.
The room was exactly as advertised. Right on the beach great views and very well equiped.
Had a great time walking the beach and just sitting on porch watching the surfers.
Everything you could possibly want stores, mall, within 15 minutes. Free car wash every day nice feature.
All we had to do was unpack and start enjoying. Would and have recommended to our friends and family.
All ready thinking of returning next year.
Thanks again had a awesome time.
Hank & Pat Hatzai
A Perfect Place to Stay
This is a wonderful condo to enjoy Hutchinson Island from. Raul is an attentive owner who went out of his way to make us welcome in his lovely home. The views from the condo are spectacular, we enjoyed living outdoors on the balcony from sunrise to sunset.
The kitchen is well stocked and the furnishings are beach-y and comfortable. The condo was clean and well maintained. What you see in the photos is accurate to what you'll experience.
We had quite a windy month of March which took us away from the beach occasionally. So we took day trips to The Breakers and went on a great food tour of South Beach. Fun things to do.
We'd highly recommend this unit in Atlantis III.
Hutchinson Island is a barrier island off the coast of Martin and St. Lucie counties. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River, the island is known for pristine beaches and beautiful Hutchinson Island rentals. There are around a dozen major beaches, many attended by lifeguards. The most sought-after Hutchinson Island vacation rentals are close to a beach.
Hutchinson Island has many parks, including the F. Douglass Memorial Park, Pepper Park, and Round Island Beach Park. While snack vendors and seafood restaurants are available, many families enjoy picnicking in the parks or on the beaches. Great Hutchinson Island rentals are located within walking distance of well-tended parks.
Hutchinson Island is home to the Hobe Sound Wildlife Refuge. The refuge includes a trail suitable for walking and an exhibit room. Turtles are the refuge’s most cherished residents, but many Florida seabirds nest there as well. Hobe holds several fee-free days for families.
House of Refuge is a structure on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s the last remaining example of almost a dozen life-saving stations that once served shipwreck victims. This 138-year-old building is now home to a museum. Tours are available of preserved areas including the boathouse, kitchen and dining area, parlor, and sleeping quarters.
The Elliott Museum was named for inventor Sterling Elliott. It has Americana exhibits like a replica soda shop, barber shop, and 1940s kitchen. Permanent collections include a world-class display of baseball memorabilia and children’s toys. Families love Hutchinson Island condo rentals near this and other kid-friendly sites!
The Coastal Center of the Florida Oceanographic Society is across the street from the Elliott Museum. Discounts are available for families who visit the Coastal Center and Elliott Museum on the same day. The Coastal Center lets kids interact with native turtles and observe birds, fish, and other animals. Some Hutchinson Island rentals by owner are located near natural sites as well.
Families should consult the calendar when booking vacation rentals. Hutchinson Island, FL, is a great place to visit year-round, but a great time to visit is March, when Florida is warm but not rainy. The high season for tourism is May through August. The weather is also more temperate in March, with reduced risk of sunburn for young ones. Don’t worry about crowds; although it’s beautiful and inviting, Hutchinson Island is not a usual spring break spot. On the contrary, Hutchinson Island, Florida, rentals tend to be low-key and relaxed
Hobe Sound Wildlife Refuge hosts several events every year suitable for families. Among these are a children’s summer camp in June and guided sea turtle walks in June and July. Many events take place during National Wildlife Refuge Week in October. Also, a field trip series brings youngsters and families to natural sites of note during the school year.
Two annual happenings anchor the Elliott Museum calendar: The juried art show and the juried classic car show. There are also several educational events, including many aimed at teens and kids. Kids are also welcome to visit the Baseball Gallery and Wheels of Change permanent exhibits at any time of year.