Description from owner
Walk to the St Lucie River or 15 minute drive to Ocean.
This lovely home is situated on 1/2 acre with fruit trees and lush grounds.
It has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths complete with Cable TV (3 TVs), Internet, Fireplace, private pool and Jacuzzi, Tiki Hut with Grill and dartboard, full-size washer/dryer, and 2 car garage. This gourmet kitchen is appointed with granite and stainless steel appliances. Mexican tile floors & small library for the reading buffs. Near Golf, Boating, Fishing
St. Lucie and martin county is the Sailfish capital of the world.
Backus Art museum, Sunrise theater, Friday fest, Farmers market every Saturday.
54 miles (1 hour) from Palm Beach International Airport, where you will find The Gardens Mall, Kravis Theater, Worth Avenue, Dreher Park Zoo, restaurants and much more.
2 hours from Orlando's Disney World, Epcot, Universal, Medieval Times, Orlando International Airport; and Ft. Lauderdale.
Beds: 1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
About the area
Thank you for taking an interest in St. Lucie, Florida home to the historic City of Fort Pierce, the vibrant City of Port St. Lucie and the breathtaking beaches of Hutchinson Island. We are located on the east coast of Florida about 120 miles southeast of Orlando and about 115 miles north of Miami.
We are proud of our most valuable assets such as our 21 miles of uncrowded and unspoiled beaches, over 10,000 acres of parks and preserves, world record sport fishing, horseback riding on the beach, NY Met's Spring Training baseball, championship golf at PGA Village and other top-notch golf courses, the one and only museum dedicated to the US Navy SEAL'S, a charming and award-winning waterfront downtown, year round arts and cultural activities, a rich history.
Admirers of the outdoors will be delighted to discover the beautiful natural gardens, including the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens and Heathcote Botanical Gardens in Fort Pierce which features the largest public display of tropical bonsai trees in the United States. Eco-tourists will appreciate St. Lucie dedication to protecting the environment through environmental education facilities such as the Oxbow Eco-Center, Harbor Branch Ocean Discovery Center, the St. Lucie County Aquarium featuring the Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit and the Manatee Education and Observation Center. The area has also preserved nearly 11,000 acres for recreational enjoyment and nature observation.
Take the time to discover the amazing fishing opportunities the area has to offer. Learn about the abundant marine life in the world famous Indian River Lagoon that is home to over 4,000 species of plants and animals and a breeding ground for game fish. This diverse fishery is home to the world-record spotted sea trout, as well as impressive tarpon, red drum, snook and more. Get your big game on and head offshore through Fort Pierce Inlet to the nearby Gulf Stream and snag trophy catches such as sailfish, tuna, swordfish, dolphin, wahoo, kingfish, cobia and more. And our natural and artificial reefs serve as excellent gathering spots for many of the great tasting bottom fish such as snapper and grouper. You can dive for lobster, too!
St. Lucie takes pride in preserving and promoting the arts. History buffs will be delighted to learn how Fort Pierce became the birthplace of the Navy Frogmen (the first version of todays Navy SEALS. Discover the story behind Fort Pierce famous artists such as A.E. Backus, Zora Neale Hurston and the Florida Highwaymen. History buffs should also take time to visit the St. Lucie County Regional History Center, and anyone can enjoy a concert, musical or comedy show at the historic Sunrise Theater in Fort Pierce, which first opened its doors in 1923.
Sports enthusiasts will find award-winning golf courses, including the one-of-a-kind PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, which can help perfect your drive or educate you on the history of the game. Also in Port St. Lucie, baseball fans will be delighted to enjoy America's favorite pastime at Tradition Fields ”spring training home of the New York Met's and summer home of the minor league St. Lucie Met's.
All located just two hours south of Orlando and 60 miles North of Palm Beach.
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