Private Waterfront Cottage with Dock
8815 U.S. 1, Sebastian, FL 32976
Description of the Sebastian vacation cottage rental
Our cottage was built in the 1940's as a fisherman's retreat. We have recently renovated and modernized it--but with care to retain its period charm: hard pine floors, tin roof. One bedroom with view of the sunrise over the water. Another small room, for office or guest. Cozy living room and a simple, but complete, kitchen, which opens onto the deck. A wide, shady porch faces the Indian River Lagoon,the tropical garden and dock. Under the house, a laundry area and a basement, suitable for stowing boat and sporting equiptment. It is a perfect place for one or two people who appreciate Florida at its natural, peaceful best. For more photos and information please click on "direct link" below.
The cottage is located directly on the Intracoastal Waterway/Indian River Lagoon near the entrance to the Sebastian River, as it passes by the village of Micco--A very casual, "barefoot" place. Marinas, market, library and a riverside cafe. Sebastian, with its malls, hospital and services is a mile away. Ocean beaches (Wabasso), golf, tennis, skydiving, scuba and charter boats are nearby. Vero Beach and Melbourne (15-17 miles) can provide even more interesting activities.
|Nov 01 2015||Jan 14 2016||-||-||-||$1,500||1 Month|
|Deposits: Deposit/damage: $1.000 in advance.|
|Payment Options: Personal Check|
|Other Fees: Utilities paid by user. Cleaning after visit: $60, cleaning fee if a pet is in house: $100|
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
There are many activities and attractions to find in the nearby area, but the truly special, unique activities that our cottage offers are more personal ones-- relaxing on deck or dock, launching kayak/canoe/windsurfer/skiff into the lagoon, and watching the wild dolphin, manatees, and sea birds as they pass by.
Reviews for this vacation cottage rental in Sebastian, Florida
South Dartmouth, MA.
Owner Supplied Testimonials
"We have thoroughly enjoyed our time in the cottage this winter. Reading, watching the birds and sea creatures and feasting on local seafood. Next year, we plan to return--with a boat! CC"
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