Whether you are a beach lover, a birdwatcher, or on a hunt for the perfect sunset, our home is just the place for you!
Located on a private white sand beach, towards the end of a secluded peninsula, the house has 270 degree panoramic views of 3 bodies of water (San Carlos Bay, Tarpon Bay, and Ladyfinger Lake).
It is also situated in the heart of the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge. A variety of bird species perch on our dock during the day, and you can spot dolphins and manatees playing just a few yards away. The property is also home to a family of endangered gopher tortoises! Watch the wildlife from the comfort of the home, or take a kayak out to the nearby Rookery Islands for a truly spectacular showing of birds.
The house itself has been recently constructed (mid 2011), with all modern amenities, appliances and styling. There is a pool and a hot tub, multiple TVs, WiFi, massaging shower heads, and a Bosch gas stove for the master chef.
This house is our little slice of heaven that we'd love to share with you. There's nothing like watching the sun set on the bay from the rooftop deck, or falling asleep to the soft crashing of the waves just 15 yards from the bedroom window. We hope you take a look for yourself!
We recently hosted German adventurer Dr. Dirk Rohrbach. He’s a contributing photographer and author for National Geographic’s German-language books, and is well-known in his home country for hosting a longtime magazine-style radio show and creating award-winning live presentations.Dr.Rohrbach was here for a nine day, 100-mile kayak adventure along the Great Calusa Blueway. His journey will be featured in “50 States — A Journey into America.” That’s a five-year project in which he aims to document the people, places and experiences that make the United States special.http://www.fort-myers-beach-observer.com/page/content.detail/id/632874/Full-frame-fame.html?nav=5051 https://www.news-press.com/story/news/2018/01/25/german-adventure-journalist-dirk-rohrbach-paddles-fort-myers-great-calusa-blueway/1055078001/
As his local hosts at the Lee County Dept of Tourism said : After days on the water, wind and rain – your home was a extra special treasure for him. He was so grateful and appreciative. He is truly a nature lover and your home was the best possible place for him to appreciate and enjoy." The last three pics are of Dirk, kayaking in the waters around our house. Dirk's Comments : "What a gorgeous oasis ! Spent three nights after paddling 100 miles of the Calusa Blueway, fished right from the dock and caught a sheephshead after just 15mins ;-)
Super clean, quiet with extra soft mattresses for a rejuvenating sleep. Doesn’t get more relaxing!'