Unbelievable Secluded Oceanfront Estate
The electronic entrance gates are 300 feet from the house and the driveway is surrounded by lush tropical landscaping throughout. House offer sweeping views of the beach and ocean thru beautiful mahogany windows and doors. House is build with the finest materials and appointments without be pretentious or gaudy. Huge deck with privacy accessible from five doors on the second level with outdoor cooking.
Downstairs affords a very unique build in cedar lined sauna and media room with 106' retractable screen and surround sound overlooking the pool.
|Jan 01 2015||Dec 31 2015||-||-||$10,000||$30,000||1 Week|
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Reviews for this vacation home rental in Vero Beach, Florida
A house with a great view, but oversights too
March 31, 2015
The wonderful proximity of this house to the ocean allows for breathtaking views, morning, noon, and night. But purists should be aware that while you can certainly see the ocean, you will be unable to hear or smell it. This house does not have screened windows. Unless you are interested in bites from what can be abundant sand fleas, you will keep the hardy storm windows in their default hermetically sealed state, and instead breathe in the home's comprehensive 4-zone, automatically activated climate control system. The following comments would not be fair in a cheaper and less Unbelievable Secluded Oceanfront Estate, but the expense and promise implied by this deluxe resort home require it to live up to higher standards. Be aware that the cabinetry in this custom home is ill fitting. You will struggle to properly open or shut the doors concealing your morning coffee mugs, your afternoon teacups, or your washed dinner plates. Moreover, the garbage receptacle in the kitchen does not shut, the door to the freezer cannot be opened by any but the strongest of men, the rightmost dishwasher (there are two!) does not function properly, and the microwave will not open unless you press the 'open' button--simply pulling the door ajar is not allowed. Another word for the weary: this home is not for technophobes. Everything is controlled by touch screens developed in 2007, before the iPhone revolutionized the usable touchscreen experience. Be aware that you will need to activate everything from the hot tub to the climate control system with this device, and the owner does not provide an owner's manual for this operation. Finally, there is wireless and television. During our stay, neither functioned, though to be fair, we never complained about it, and it is reasonable to assume that the owner would have come to our assistance if we had. TV, after all, can hardly compete with the view. Even though television was not in the cards, I have to admit it was quite fun to watch the television automatically pop out of a cabinet it was hidden in; it rises and sets dramatically like the sun. This home is wonderful in many ways. But its many small problems add up. And the owner desperately needs to either dumb down his home automation systems or provide a comprehensive and easy-to-use manual for his guests.