Waterfront! Apt#1 is 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Children must be supervised at all times.Children must be supervised at all times.
Max guests: 3
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
- One vehicle
- All children must be supervised
- This IS our home, please treat it with care.
Enhanced cleaning practices
Cleaned with disinfectant
About Jenipher Johnson
Friends invited us to join them in Matlacha in January of 2016. We immediately fell in love with this quiet fishing village and we were home owners by June.
Jenipher Johnson purchased this Apartment in 2016
Why Jenipher Johnson chose Matlacha Isles-Matlacha Shores
The historic district of Matlacha found its roots in the mid to late 1930's when squatters built little shacks along the Pine Island Bridge. Today those little and very colorful shacks stills stand keeping their Old Key West feel. There are very few tiny fishing villages left in Florida and we were lucky enough to find this. This property, "Toby's View," is a beautiful corner lot that can easily boast the best fishing in town. The small bridge that sits next to the lot provides the perfect place for a variety of fish to be found. Locals can often be seen fishing off the bridge or pulling up their boats or kayaks to catch snapper, jacks, snook, mullet, and so much more. Everything is in walking distance (ice cream, coffee, music, beer, and bait). My family are huge fans of Elvis Presley. Matlacha was the inspiration for Richard Powell's novel "Pioneer, Go Home!" This novel was later made into the movie, "Follow that Dream" starring Elvis as Toby Kwimper. Now you know the story behind the name "Toby's View."
What makes this Apartment unique
The unique thing about the tiny island of Matlacha is that it is Olde Key West and it won't change. The historic homes are colorful and endearing, the fishing is unbeatable, and the people are fast friends. When you sit in our back yard with a fishing pole in one hand and gazing at the stunning sunset, the rest of the world melts away.