10,000 SF Luxury Sombrero Beach 5 BR and 5 BATH.

“ Average ”
3 Reviews
619 Sombrero Beach Rd, Marathon, FL 33050

Overview

Overview

Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 5
Sleeps 10
Per night $1,000
Per week $5,000 - $6,500
Type: Home
Description of the Marathon vacation home rental
About 10,000sq ft Luxurious 5 Bedrooms with Office, 5 Baths, Deep Waters Canal along with Dock Area, 4 floors, Swimming Pool, Deck at all floors, a few steps distance from the Sombrero Beach that is one of best beaches in Florida Keys, At the bottom, there is parking under the main house, floor 2 offers Master sized bedroom (King sized bed) along with spacious well maintained bath, 3 additional bedrooms (2 queen sized bed and one with two doubles) also 2 additional baths at this level also large living area along with couches and queen sized sleeper sofa. 40'' flat screen. Large bar area along with sink and fridge and lots of bar stools.

Next Floor has another Master Bedroom with private bath (king) a huge formal dining area, another huge living room with 50" flat screen, (very comfortable couches on both floors) a furnished office with Queen size air mattress and full kitchen and another bathroom on this floor.

All levels has wrap around decks with comfortable furnishings.

Rooftop deck area offers romantic sunsets and sun shines.

Right outside the pool is Jacuzzi and spacious patio also dock at deep waters canal, if our guests plan to boat. House is located next to the Sombrero beach, about ½ blocks away , that is the best beach in Florida Keys . The property offers great feel of being at home. Comfortably sleeps 10/12 guests. Property is situated on MM 50 in Florida Keys in the Marathon Key.

David McKinney

Area Info
Tropical city located in middle of Keys Island Chain.

Situated mainly at Fat Deer, Vaca, Grassy Key, The Marathon Key is about 10 miles long, entirely family oriented island 's community which is rooted in heritage of great fishing and it reflects the Old Keys life style which residents, snow birds and the visitors enjoy a lot .

It's maintaining the seafaring tradition which has made the Marathon so exciting and special.

Marathon airport accommodates commercial and general aviation, to reach what local calls heart of Keys for geographical reasons.

Undeniably, Marathon natural environment offers major activities for all age groups, nationality and interests. Fishing, Sailing, Diving, Scuba and snorkeling appeals to families, so do the Island's impeccable Sombrero Beach and hosts of major attractions and the marine based environment programs like turtle and dolphin encounters .

On Marathon's Crane Points, travelers can hike through wondrously preserves tropical hard woods grove and visit home of early 20th Century Family. Travelers to the Pigeon Key ventures back in the time to the tiny island which played tremendous roles in Florida Key of today.

The Sombrero Reefs federally protects section of United States only living corals barrier reefs, lies about few miles off shores. Beyond are deep blue waters of Florida Straits, that host world famous wreck diving at artificial reefs. Angler's delight, waters off shore teem with tuba and billfish in winters and some dolphin fish in summers.

Rates

Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Mar 28 2016 Aug 15 2016 $1,000 $1,000 $6,500 $20,000 3 Nights
Aug 30 2016 Nov 15 2016 - - $5,000 - 1 Week
Nov 15 2016 Mar 28 2017 - - $6,000 $18,000 3 Nights
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 12.5
Deposits: Damage deposit - $1,000 / stay, deposit is returned 1 week after departure
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Cleaning fee - $300 / stay

Reviews

Reviews for this vacation home rental in Marathon, Florida

Debra Crosby Jennette

Debra Crosby Jennette

Virginia Beach, VA

Disappointed in this rental

April 16, 2015

This house is advertised as a luxury high end rental. This house was certainly nice at one time; however, it has not been maintained. We had 11 people in our party, ages ranging 4-50. 3 were small children. My husband and I own high-end property in the Outer Banks of N. Carolina that we rent on a weekly basis, and we were shocked at the condition of this home. The owner is selling his boat, and he had it parked in the driveway the entire time we were there. We had to park our cars around the boat. The house is advertised as having a large garage; however, it was being rented to a family who was living on the property. We brought a boat w/us, which is why we rented a home on the water with a dock and boat lift. The owner had another boat sitting behind the house, the lift was broken, and we had to park our boat behind his. The basement floor was flooded and filled with the owners' junk; which consisted of engine parts with sharp blades. We had to tell the kids to stay away from this area. The "stocked" kitchen was equipped with 8 drinking glasses and no wine glasses. The property manager had to go to the store to buy these things. There was broken hardware all over the house. Our towel racks were hanging off the wall. When the property manager came to fix the towel rack in the master bathroom, he secured it to the wall with a sundress attached to it. It was comical actually. We had to take the towel rack off the wall again to get the sundress off. The internet was not working when we arrived, and the property manager came to fix that. The pool was cloudy and the property manager said he would be back to take care of the pool; however, he never did. We had to add some chlorine to the pool ourselves. There was a sliding glass door that was encased with grey duct tape. The faucets in the downstairs bathroom leaked every time we ran the faucet. The closets in the downstairs bedroom were off the hinges. The bed in the fold out couch wasn't usable because the springs were broken. The stereo system in the main living room was broken. The cushions on chairs in the dining room were so dirty that we wanted to put towels down before we sat on them. They looked like they haven't been cleaned in many years.The mangroves surrounding the pier/dock are overgrown and we had to duck to walk to get to our boat. The condition of this property is unacceptable for a property being advertised as "high end". Regardless, we had a fantastic trip. We would not rent this house again.

Mary Smith

Mary Smith

Eugene, Oregon

Fabulous home

January 6, 2015

Our extended family rented this home for two weeks. It was every thing we expected and more. It was spacious and clean. When the coffee pot broke, we called the maintenance number and within a very short time, we had a brand new coffee pot...on Christmas Day, no less! We loved spending time in the pool, watching the iguanas, and finding "Hermie".. A hermit crab. It is such a peaceful place...a great place to relax! We would love to return some day .

Lisa Julian Thomas

Lisa Julian Thomas

Youngstown, Ohio

Filthy

March 3, 2013

The home was dirty and the grounds were strewn with broken glass & garbage. The dock was overgrown with trees. The pool area was unkempt & i highly doubt the chemicals in the pool water monitored. The home is near the end of a canal, so if you are accustomed to the clear beautiful waters of the keys, you will have to go out into the open water to get that. There was broken glass all over the rooftop "observation" area. Which is a shame because it is the perfect place to stargaze. The beds were not made with fitted sheets ect., some had no sheets at all. The whole week we were there, there were two huge garbage bags of dirty towels & sheets in the utility closet. Then, to top it off, the elevator didn't work! With 2 elderly grandparents as part of our group it was very difficult for them. It truly is disgusting that this home is so completely misrepresented on the Internet . The truly sad part is, this could be a beautiful property with some updates, upkeep and basic maintenance.

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