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Recent Fort Lauderdale reviews

  • This is as professional as vacation renting gets!

    "This rental is fabulous. The owner lives on site and his personal attention is in every detail. I wish i could stay!"
    Guest: bret j. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 3, 2016
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  • Amazing Spring Break

    "My family just spent a 5 day relaxing Spring Break at this home. It was clean and comfortable. It accommodated all 5 of us (80 year old father-15 & 12 year old children plus my husband and I. Everyone had there own space. The pool and view were great...Saw the Jungle Queen a lot coming and going plus we spotted a Manatee. Would go back in a New York minute and definitely will recommend this to others."
    Guest: Holly C. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 28, 2016
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  • Beautiful, spacious, great location.

    "The condo is lovely. Great location near the beach with access to the pools next door. Everything was perfect."
    Guest: Chandra K. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 20, 2016
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  • heaven for the old and young

    "We came down for a two-week working retreat with two kids (age 7 months and 2 years) and two Russian grandmas. The grandmas got into a rented minivan at the airport and refused to get back into the minivan until it was time to depart. They walked in the neighborhood, walked on the beach, or relaxed by the pool and were perfectly happy. (In fact they are ready any time to abandon Massachusetts for Florida!) If you want to be in this part of Florida this is a rare spot of single family beachfront homes that don't back right up to the busy A1A highway. Neighboring newly constructed beachfront houses are selling for $8 million and seeing a Ferrari parked out front is not uncommon. This house is an easy walk to a great fish taco place, a fantastic BBQ restaurant (Smoke), and a nice Greek place. You can also enjoy a 1-mile walk to Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, which has ice cream shops, bars, etc. Walk along the sand or on a not-busy road separated from the beach by the towers of Galt Ocean Mile. There is a 24-hour Walgreens a three-minute walk away. It is about a 5-minute drive to Rt. 1 and every possible chain store (Whole Foods, Target, Chick fil-A, AMC movie theater, etc.). The beach area in front of the house does get kind of busy because it is right next to the public access path. Don't expect solitude, especially on a nice-weather weekend day. The kitchen is complete, but hold the onions, fish, and garlic. There is no range hood, there are no windows that open, and there are no screens for the doors. Thus the only way to ventilate the house without letting flies in (there aren't too many but enough that you can't just leave doors open all day) is to turn on all of the bathroom exhaust fans. There is a Brinkmann gas grill ($130 at Home Depot?) outside, but it isn't large enough to cook a complete meal for an extended family. The Internet is super fast, which was great for working. There is a public bike share location two blocks away (at A1A) but the traffic is too intense on most of the streets in South Florida to enjoy recreational biking (too bad because the terrain and weather are perfect!). Certainly a bike is fun for a few miles around the neighborhood and up and down the Galt Ocean Mile. Mirtha is nice and also responsive. Book soon because if the climate change alarmists are right this house will be reclaimed by the sea soon!"
    Guest: Philip G. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 26, 2016
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