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  • bedrooms 3
  • baths 3
  • sleeps 10
  • pool yes
  • hot tub no
  • pets allowed yes
  • type House
  • community Seagrass
  • rates (USD) $ 1,700 - $ 3,400 / week

vacation rental description

Please see rates at the bottom of this page.

Secluded pet friendly Beach Front Home on Cape San Blas, Virginia's
Sunset is located in a quiet upscale neighborhood (Seagrass). The
first time I came here I knew it was for me, no high-rises and just
family! Quiet and relaxing!

Vacation in a New House equipped with an elevator for handicap
accessibility!

This beautiful non-smoking 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, home features
hardwood and tile in the main living space's and carpet in the
bedrooms for your comfort, the kitchen has granite and the bathroom
vanities are also granite. The bath floors are ceramic tile.

Located on the first floor are the bright, open living and dining
areas and overstocked, gourmet kitchen which all afford beautiful
gulf views from the numerous large windows. Step outside to the
deck for relaxing and watching the gorgeous sunsets.

Also located on the first floor is one bedroom with a king bed,
equipped with TV and full bath. Living room has a sleeper sofa.

There is something for everyone, pool, beach and 3 decks.

The second floor bedrooms: The guest bedroom is the "Bunk Room" with
2 sets of bunks, one twin over twin and one full over twin, TV/DVD, a full bath and private balcony. The master bedroom which features a king bed, TV, walk-in closet, private bath with Jacuzzi tub overlooking incredible views of the gulf with a private balcony for those stolen moments star gazing and watching the beautiful sunsets.

The laundry room is equipped with a washer and dryer. Outside there
is the parking and pool decks with a gas grill. There is also an outdoor shower with hot and cold water.

The private, in-ground pool, means there will be something for
everyone whether your family like's the beach, pool or both.

I hope that your family will create as many wonderful vacation
memories on Cape San Blas as ours has.

house rental amenities

Secluded,Near St. Joseph Bay, Gulf Front,Less Than 100 Feet From
Beach,On Gulf of Mexico.

Wireless High Speed Internet,Central Air,Ceiling Fans,Linens,Washer
& Dryer,Elevator,Phone,Resort Towels,Satellite TV,DVD Player,Full
Kitchen,Refrigerator,Coffee Maker,
Microwave,Toaster,Cookware,Dishwasher,Blender,3 Decks,Gas
Grill,Private Pool,Community Pool,Deck Furniture,Community Clubhouse
Covered Deck,

activities and attractions in Cape San Blas Gulf Coast North

The Beach's. Enjoy the serenity and quiet of what the local
residents call the Beaches. Sugar white sand beaches, facing west for
the most striking sunsets, offer crystal clear waters, all located
just three miles west of Port St. Joe.

Protected by St. Joseph Bay Peninsula, which creates a barrier
island, the beach has very little undertow, making it one of the
safest beaches in Florida. The emphasis here is family. The
fishermen find a mecca of ideal angling, mama is pleased, the
children are safe on the calm beaches and everyone goes home with a
tan. St. Joe Beach offers seclusion and easy access
to the all the conveniences: airport, shops, mall, etc.

Among the many local opportunities: surf-fishing, crabbing,
strolling along the water's edge, picking up shells while enjoying
the clear blue water and the seagulls' cries while the sandpipers
weave in and out along the shore.

There are no crowds here, no hordes of tourists, no throngs of
people jostling for a place on the beach, no highrises. In addition
to the rolling waves, visitors may quietly observe a sea turtle
laying its eggs at moonlight or hatchlings erupting from the sand to
begin life's journey. Surf, sand and sun all combine to lead you into
one of the most beautiful beaches along the Florida Coast. You will
truly discover old Florida, as you enjoy mother nature at it's best!

Fishing. A visit to Gulf County must include a crack at the waters
of the world's best fishing. The Gulf of Mexico, freshwater lakes and
rivers, St. Joseph Bay, and Intracoastal Waterway provide excellent
fishing sites and challenges. If sailing the high seas aboard one
of the many charters offered does not exactly fit your fancy then
surf fishing off the coastline may be more your style. Or, you may
enjoy trolling along the rivers and lakes. Both salt and freshwater
opportunities abound, so head for the water. Chances are it will
not be far away.

Surf & Pier Fishing
It is one of the least expensive ways for an entire family to spend
the day. The toddlers can build sand castles while dad and mom cast
into the rolling waves for whiting, pompano or one of the many other
species that frequent the miles of beach shoreline. Shrimp or cut
squid go a long way and artificial ones go even longer. There are
numerous hot spots along the beach and residents will be more than
happy to share their local knowledge of what's hot and what's not!

Deep Sea Fishing
Some dream of going offshore and reeling in a trophy catch. In Gulf
County that dream can become reality. Even if you only enjoy this
sport on rare occasions, it gives you a memorable experience
comparison to none. With personal or charter boats captained by
local experts, the bountiful Gulf awaits the offshore angler with
grouper, amberjack, snapper, Spanish mackerel, king mackerel and
cobia among the most popular game fish. Gulf County has an active
reef building program insuring that future generations can
enjoy deep sea fishing at its finest.

Bay Fishing
Set off the shores of the St. Joseph Bay Aquatic Preserve, few
locations allow the angler to actually see its catch long before
it's pulled into the boat. From inboard motor to the kayak, St.
Joseph Bay is accessible to all anglers. Here you can find redfish,
trout, shark, mullet, flounder, and tarpon. For those unfamiliar
with the term "skinny water," it's fishing in a couple feet of water
and usually poling within cast reach of the opposition. Gulf County
is home to several outstanding "flats" guides and the many public
boat ramps make it easy for "do-it-yourself" anglers to quickly get
out on the water.

Freshwater Fishing
Gulf County abounds with freshwater fishing opportunities, the
Apalachicola River, Chipola River, Brothers River, the Dead Lakes,
and Lake Wimico. You can start your journey down our winding river
system with each turn taking you into a new slough or you can grab a
cane pole and sit on the banks. Whatever your reference, Gulf
County has it. White City has hosted many bass fishing tournaments
and Wewahitchka plays home to the catfish. With many public and
private boat ramps, you are assured a speedy exit into the serenity
of Gulf County's beautiful freshwater havens.

Wildlife and Nature exploration.
What is nature-based tourism? Simply put, it's an opportunity for
travelers to become one with the land. It is one of the fastest
growing sectors of the tourism industry.

Because there are few "lands" to compare with Gulf County on
Florida's Forgotten Coast, travel experts are predicting it will
soon become one of the leading ecotourism destinations in the country.

First and foremost, Gulf County is as close to being "Old Florida"
as any of the state's 67 counties in both attitude and attributes.
Mother Nature was kind to this Panhandle coastal county on the Gulf
of Mexico and its some 13,000 residents have used, but not abused,
these natural resources.

A portion of Gulf County is located in the Apalachicola National
Estuarine Research Reserve. Encompassing nearly 200,000 acres, it
is the largest reserve in the country; and it is the natural nursery
for many protected, unique, and even rare species of fauna, fish,
mammals, and fowl. A portion of the coastline is also protected
with its designation as the St. Joseph Bay Buffer Preserve. Chip in
several pristine state and local parks and you have all of the
ingredients of a "well preserved" region.

Kayak and canoe enthusiasts have embraced the county waterways. Be
it St. Joseph Bay (saltwater), Indian Pass Lagoon (saltwater) or
fresh water forays on Apalachicola River tributaries. The county
has also become a destination for scuba and snorkeling enthusiasts.
The clear water and many interesting dive sites (including
the "Mica") make it a favorite among individuals and clubs.

Are you a "birder"? Gulf County is home to many of your favorites
and more. Bird sanctuaries are located on Cape San Blas and in Port
St. Joe. There are hiking trails throughout the county; some in
parks and some simply worn by the adventuresome. Shelling or simply
observing life along the beaches is another favorite pastime.

Are you in to photography? Visit the "Dead Lakes" in northern Gulf
County and you will get some of the most spectacular shots your lens
has ever captured. Heck, you might even spot a gator or two.

Watching a dolphin at play can't be beat as a way to spend the day.
And beginning or ending that day with a spectacular sunrise or
sunset over the Gulf of Mexico.

Even if you are into the less physical aspects of ecotourism, Gulf
County is simply a great place to take a scenic "Sunday" drive.
Travel to some of the "out of the way" landings in the central
portion of the county or travel Scenic Route C-30 to observe some
truly spectacular natural sights.

Parks.
Salinas Park
On County Road 30-E, a quarter mile west of its intersection with
County Road 30, on Cape San Blas. Restrooms, showers and picnic
tables are available. For more information, contact Gulf County
Planning and Building Department

Cape Palms Park
Five miles northwest of Cape San Blas on St. Joseph Peninsula, via
County Road 30-E. Restrooms, picnic tables and showers are
available.
For more information, contact Gulf County Planning and Building
Department

St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park has miles of white sand beaches,
striking dune formations, a heavily-forested interior and a
favorable
climate for year-round outdoor recreation. The 2,516-acre park is
bounded on three sides by the waters of St. Joe Bay and the Gulf of
Mexico.
Indian Pass

Indian Pass
From U.S. 98 County Road 30, turn east on County Road 30-B and
follow
for two miles to Indian Pass. For more information, contact Gulf
County Planning and Building Department
Port St. Joe

Frank Pate Park
South end of 5th Street in Port St. Joe. Restrooms and picnic tables
are available. For more information, contact Port St. Joe City Hall

St. Joe Beach
Various trails leads to the beach from pulloffs along U.S. 98 in St.
Joe Beach. For more information, contact Gulf County Planning and
Building Department

Beacon Hill Community Park
On U.S. 98 in Beacon Hill, by the Beacon Hill Lighthouse. Restrooms
and picnic tables are available. For more information, contact Gulf
County Planning and Building Department


Golf
Gulf County - Port St. Joe

St. Joseph's Bay Country Club
700 Country Club Rd.; Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Semi-private, 18 hole

Carabelle - Franklin County

St. James Bay
160 Laughing Gull Ln., Carrabelle, FL 32322

Panama City - Bay County

Bay Dunes Golf Course
5304 Majette Tower Rd, Panama City, FL 32404
Semi-private, 18 hole

Fox-Run Country Club / Sandy Creek
2001 Three Putt Ln, Panama City, FL 32404
Semi-private, 9 hole

Bay Point Course
100 Delwood Beach Rd Panama City, FL 32408


Pelican Point Golf Course
Sabre Dr on Tyndall AFB, Panama City, FL 32403
Military

vacation rental rates

Cleaning $ 140.00 Linens $ 50.00

_______________Weekly____3-Day_____4-Day______Monthly_____Daily
Winter Rates__$2,245.00___$900.00_____$1,200.00___$2,910.00__$310.00
Spring Rates__$2,805.00___$1,350.00___$1,800.00___$3,080.00__$470.00
Spring Break__$3,745.00___
Summer Rates_$4,485.00___$1,800.00___$2,400.00___$_________$630.00
Fall Rates____$2,805.00___$1,350.00___$1,800.00___$3,080.00___$470.00

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