House, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 8 Sleeps
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About Vera Kozisek
We are a family owned and operated small business in south Florida. We pride ourselves with giving great service and making sure that your stay in Florida is everything you dream so that you come back with us year after year. Our guests are like family!
Vera Kozisek purchased this House in 2007
Why Vera Kozisek chose Yacht Club
We have taken pride in owning this home and turning it into a beautiful place for you to relax and enjoy your stay. You will create wonderful memories while in our home. We had a vision when we saw this house and are so happy to bring that vision to live. It was a gut rehab and we are so happy to share it with you! Don't wait to book our home, it won't last.
What makes this House unique
This home is in the Yacht Club neighborhood in a quiet neighborhood just minutes from shops, restaurants and nightlife. You are only minutes from open water through the canals by boat. You will have everything at your fingertips with our family ready to help you with anything that you might need.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Paradise in the Cape
Our family stayed at this beautiful home last week and had a perfect vacation. The house is completely updated, bright and spacious. There were only 3 of us staying in the house, so half the house went unused during our stay. The view from the canal is absolutely gorgeous; it is on the corner of the canal, so you get a great view of the waterways on each side. The lanai is taken up largely by the heated pool with many lounge chairs around it. The best way to describe the pool temp is perfection, nice and warm, but still refreshing. While staying at the house, when we were not taking day trips to the beach or a Phillies game, we spent about every waking minute in the lanai. There are neighbors on each side, but you can’t see them, the lanai is very private and has beautiful flowers surrounding it.
The first day we had to search bit for towels for the pool, they are tricky to find in the hall bath, but once located there were plenty of them. The house has plenty of bedding and bath towels at the ready. The garage had pool toys and supplies for the beach, in addition to beach chairs, plus a full washer and dryer. There are plenty of kitchen wares to use, but the house did not have any paper goods or basic house staples. I think we were the first people to stay in the house in a while, it seemed untouched. Not a big deal, we picked up what we needed at the local Publix.
The WiFi did not work while we were there, as it had recently been updated by the owner, but we viewed it as a way to stay offline and fully relax on vacation. The owner, Mike, is very friendly and got back to us right away with any issues or questions we had during the week. He sent a neighbor over to help us out, who was very kind and friendly.
The best thing about the house was the location; it is a 2-minute drive to the Yacht Club beach and to our favorite restaurant, The Boathouse. The house is centrally located near great restaurants and is about a half hour from Sanibel. We took walks around the neighborhood to see the canal views and beautiful homes, too. On one evening walk we encountered some nesting owls, which was really neat to see.
We sadly left at the end of the vacation dreaming of when we can come back again. Til next time!!
We stayed here with 5 adults + 1 baby. The house was spacious, there were 2 cribs, 1 high chair and more toys for the baby, that was very nice. We escpecially liked the pool and that the beach was so nearby. We only could not get in touch with the owner Vera.
Stay in Cape Coral;
Very nice and comfortable. In location that made it easy to visit other places - Ford-Edison Estate, Captiva,Sanibal, and Pine Islands, and for shopping. Owner very accomodating and offered his help in any way he could. Small things would make it even a better place to stay--e.g. towel rods in baths, lower table and chairs to play games and cards (bar stools too high for this)
Great home, great location!
Our stay was great here. Home had all features our family needed. I highly recommend this place for various families. The location is also ideal as there are many shopping centers and restaurants in the area!
Thank you for choosing our home. We truly appreciate your business and hope to have you back again in the future.
Wonderful FL home for family vacation!
Our family (4 adults and 2 kids, 11 and 15) enjoyed this house and the space it afforded us all. With 4 bedrooms, everyone had plenty of room to spread out. For young families, there is even a crib for use. We mostly enjoyed relaxing by the large pool. The view of the canal in the back is lovely as well. On a good night, you can get some nice sunset/palm tree photos. The kitchen has a ton of counter space, and the open concept gives you a vantage point no matter where you are standing. The house is situated on a two way road with an island traffic divider. For the walking enthusiast, you can take a right out of the house and cross the street to the newly constructed sidewalks and walk all the way to the Yacht Club beach, 30 minutes one way. To the left, you can walk in the bike path and follow up to the Tiki Hut bar. The house offers pretty much everything you need, from extra bath towels to extra comforter. Mike, the owner, is a pleasure to interact with... if anything needed attention, Mike was very quick and professional to take care of things. This is our 4th VRBO, and I have to say, Mike was one of the nicest owners I have had the pleasure of dealing with. Renting a home can be stressful enough, but Mike was quick to respond with any questions. Enjoy this house! There is so much to do in this area: Banana Bay Boat Tours, Spring training baseball or just spend a lazy day soaking up the FL sun. Thank you Mike for sharing your home! We hope to be back. (especially after returning to 12 degree temperatures!)
Thank you so much for the very kind words. I know we had logistical issues at first but glad we overcame them easily. We would love to have you back and I can honestly say I wish all of our guests were as wonderful to work with as you!
Thank you again and looking forward to hearing from you again!
Everything and More!
Mike was very accommodating and made our stay amazing. The house had all the necessities needed so it was much easier to pack less. It was great to be able to swim in the pool but also able to fish off of the pier! We would definitely recommend working with Mike for a relaxing vacation.
Thank you so much for you kind words. We are happy you enjoyed yourselves. Please let us know if we can help you on the future.
Please call me personally to book your reservation at 847-845-1945. We have the home directly next door also available for rent which makes large groups or family reunions a breeze. You can view that home on HomeAway.com or call me and I can give you details and send you pictures.
Cape Coral is the largest city in Southwest Florida. It is located in Lee County, Florida. With over 400 miles of navigable waterways, Cape Coral has more miles of canals than any other city on earth. According to estimates, as of 2009 the city had a population of 167,917. With an area of 120 square miles, Cape Coral is the second largest city in Florida in area after Jacksonville. The city is one of two major cities that make up the Cape Coral – Fort Myers, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population estimate for the area was 645,899 for 2009.
Nearly 75 percent of Florida's population lives within 160 miles of Cape Coral. Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), the region's mid-hub international airport, is within 15 miles. Interstate 75 passes within 10 miles of the city and connects northward to Tampa and on to the Midwestern states; and southeastward to Miami/Fort Lauderdale. Through I-75, Cape Coral has access to international sea ports on both the Atlantic and Gulf Coast.
Cape Coral is one of the largest entirely master-planned communities in the nation. Founded in 1957 and incorporated in 1970, Cape Coral was designed to be a “water wonderland” strategically located between Tampa and Miami on the Gulf of Mexico, about a 3.5-hour drive southwest of Orlando. Only about 45% of the city’s residential lots were developed by the year 2009. At build-out, the Cape’s population is estimated to be more than 400,000. Cape Coral has more than 60 square miles of unimproved commercial and residential land within its total 120 square mile city boundary.
Cape Coral is among the safest cities in Florida with populations over 150,000 according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Its quality of life, low home prices, and waterfront living have attracted residents from all over the world. Cape Coral offers a broad range of educational, cultural and recreational opportunities. The city has seven golf courses and is home to the popular Sun Splash Family Waterpark. The area is known by birding enthusiasts for a wide variety of wildlife and the largest population of burrowing owls in the state of Florida.
Cape Coral is one of the largest entirely master planned communities in the U.S. It was planned, pre-platted and constructed as a “water wonderland”. Until the 1950’s the area was no more than a hunting and fishing camp. In 1957 real estate developers Leonard and Jack Rosen changed that by purchasing a 103 square mile tract known as Redfish Point for $678,000.
The Gulf American Corporation (GAC) was formed to develop this “Waterfront Wonderland”. Over the course of a few years, beginning in 1958, canals were dug, homes and businesses built, and a city was born. Cape Coral was promoted like no other Florida development. Celebrities were brought in to tout the benefits of 'the Cape,' as it is known by the locals. The first building was a four-plex at the corner of Coronado and Cape Coral Parkway. This building was the Rosen's company headquarters and the temporary home of Cape Coral's first permanent resident, Kenny Schwartz, the Rosen’s general manager. Cape Coral's first four homes were completed in May 1958 on Riverside and Flamingo Drives.
Through the rest of the 1950s and early 1960s, development moved quickly, mostly on Redfish Point, south of Cape Coral Parkway. By 1963, the population was 2,850; 1,300 buildings had been finished or were under construction; 80 miles of road had been built, and 160 miles of canals had been dug. The public yacht club, a golf course, medical clinic, and shopping center were up and running. A major addition for Cape Coral was the construction of the Cape Coral Bridge, which opened in early 1964. Before the bridge, a trip to Fort Myers was more than 20 miles, following the long haul up Del Prado Boulevard, then over the Edison Bridge to cross the river.
The city incorporated in August 1970, and its population continues to grow rapidly. With more than 167,000 residents in 2009, Cape Coral is one of the fastest growing areas in Florida and the U.S. As of January 2010, Cape Coral was the 2nd largest city in Florida geographically and the 11th largest in population.