This waterfront stilt home is on a boating canal just five minutes at idle speed from Boggie Chanel, with imediate access to the Atlantic or the Gulf of Mexico. The home is decorated to give you a resort feeling, with tropical and nautical style decorations and nautical signage to designate areas. Smoking is allowed on the porch, deck and grounds. No smoking in the house please. 2012 will welcome my sixth HoneyMoon couple. The area is quiet and relaxing. Key Deer roam through the property daily. These deer are miniature copies of the deer one might find in the woods of North Carolina. They are protected and very docile. Their favorite food seems to be the plants and flowers of the homes in the neghiborhood. In the nearby woods there are Iguana's that take a walk down the seawall each day. The largest at present is about five feet long. Bring your camera. The home has central air conditioning and heating and ceiling fans.
This section of Big Pine Key is quiet and made for relaxing. I get comments on how quiet it can be.
In addition to "standard" vacations, This home has hosted wedding parties and in 2012 my sixth honeymoon couples. ROMANTIC
Children (and some adults) like to brightly paint lobster trap floats (I provide floats and paint).
The artistic efforts of past visitors are displayed around the property. You may display your art or take it with you when you depart.
However, if you like fishing, boating, water sports, etc. you are in the right place. Bait, tackle, gas, etc. are available at the Old Wooden Bridge Marina, accessable by boat or street. Don't forget your FREE boat launch at the marina.
If you like great restaurants and night life, Key West is just minutes away. Check out the
activities listed at the house.
The world famous "No Name Pub" is just five streets away. Bring a few extra one dollar bills to decorate the walls and ceiling there. The current estimate of hanging dollar bills is 40 to 50 thousand. Take your guess while waiting for the best Pizza in the keys.
On the next Key is a waterfront restaurant called "Parrotdise". This second floor eatery overlooks pine chanel and Big Pine Key. A table by the east facing large windows is a must during the rise of the full moon.