Never Ending Summer, Sun, Beach, Fishing

From $212 / night

1762 Hummingbird Court, Marco Island, FL 34145
Never Ending Summer, Sun, Beach, Fishing
Home
3 bedrooms
8 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps: 8
Type: Home
Per week: $1,555 - $3,300
Per month: $6,350 - $7,650
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Marco Island vacation home rental
This outstanding vacation home is located in Marco Island, only about 2.5 miles form white sandy beaches and warm water, one of the top beaches in the USA. About 17 miles to Naples 5 Avenue South or to I-75 witch gets you north to Mickey Mouse in about 3 hours or the beautiful islands of Sanibel or Captiva through historic Fort Myers were you can dine, dance or just stroll around after shopping at Miromar Outlets. Go south to the Everglades on a airboat or swamp buggy ride, shopping to Miami or a day at Miami Beaches... it takes you also further south in to the Keys directly to Key West were the life is a little easier going. Of course you can stay in Marco Island and have a day at the beach, rent a boat and explore the amazing 10,000 islands or play golf in one of the many golf courses around.
For our Swiss or German (wir sprechen deutsch) sun friends you can fly direct to Ft. Myers RSW South West Florida International Airport from Düsseldorf with affordable Air Berlin, or from many destinations to Miami MIA International Airport.

Nicole Angela Olsen

Area Information
A sun-drenched jewel on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, Marco Island features six miles of beach and over 100 miles of waterways within its 24 square miles. Marco Island is the largest Barrier Island within Southwest Florida's Ten Thousand Islands area extending from Marco Island to Cape Sable. It lies within the subtropical to tropical climate zone and experiences a distinct wet and dry season with most of the rainfall occurring between the months of June and October. With a permanent population of 16,521 and a peak winter season population of 40,000, Marco Island's residents and visitors alike call this special Island ... Paradise.

The City of Marco Island is located in Collier County, a short drive from the City of Naples. It is well known for its high quality of life, natural resources, casual atmosphere, and friendly people.

On August 28, 1997, the people of Marco Island elected to incorporate. Marco Island became a city for the second time. (The first time the city was known as Collier City and was incorporated in 1927, but later unincorporated.) The first seven-member City Council was subsequently elected with a council-manager form of government. City Council hired a city manager to assist in undertaking the task of providing traditional municipal services. With the invaluable assistance of many citizens who volunteered to serve on various committees, the structure of the City took place. The new City Council took on many issues simultaneously, including the development of a comprehensive plan, a land development code, and operating departments to include law enforcement, fire-rescue, parks and recreation, public works, community development and administration. City Council recognized the serious island infrastructure problems and has undertaken an aggressive capital improvement program. Bridges and roads have been repaired. Storm drainage problems continue to be addressed. Waterways are dredged to ensure safe boating access. Over 100 miles of streets, storm drainage, rights-of-way, 12 bridges, and six parks come under city jurisdiction. In May 2001 the City acquired the Bank of America building property on Bald Eagle Drive for $1.2 million. Located adjacent to the existing police and fire department property and across the street from the Marco Healthcare Center, this facility compliments the public service center of Marco Island as its first City Hall.

Following years of negotiations, the City acquired the water and wastewater system from a private owner in November 2003, at a cost of $85.3 million. The decision to acquire the utility was made with wide public support and now allows the community to make reasonable and environmentally sound decisions regarding future water supply and environmentally safe wastewater treatment processes. A business plan is under way to provide for better and more reliable water sources, new water treatment capacity, and an expansion of the wastewater collection system to eliminate septic tanks.

In 2003 the voters elected to acquire 6.85 acres of property near the town center at a cost of $10 million. The property will be master planned to provide a variety of recreational and cultural opportunities.

Marco Island continues to attract visitors from all over the world and its property is in high demand. Quality commercial structures were and continue to be built along with upscale residential homes, condominiums and hotels. Architectural standards help ensure quality development that promotes the unique quality and ambiance of Marco Island.

There are about 1,754 remaining vacant lots. New homes are constructed at a rate of about 200-300 each year. The recent trend has been the demolition of older homes with the replacement of larger residential structures. While homes and condominiums are considered to be expensive compared to most communities in Florida, threre is a wide variety and price range for homes, condominiums and vacation rentals. The retail businesses, quality restaurants, superb hotel and conference facilities, quality neighborhoods, easy access to the Gulf of Mexico, and pristine environment are among the finest in the nation. The white sandy beaches along the bright blue Gulf of Mexico, when combined with the warm winter climate are among the reasons that the residents and visitors call Marco Island 'paradise.'

About the owner

Owner Profile

Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Nov 29 2016 Dec 18 2016 - - $2,150 - 1 Week
Dec 19 2016 Jan 02 2017 - - $3,300 - 2 Weeks
Jan 03 2017 Apr 16 2017 - - $2,650 $7,650 1 Week
Jan 04 2017 Jan 30 2017 - - $2,050 $6,350 1 Week
Jan 31 2017 Feb 28 2017 - - $2,550 $7,555 1 Week
Mar 01 2017 May 02 2017 - - $2,200 $6,900 1 Week
May 03 2017 Jun 13 2017 - - $1,950 - 1 Week
Jun 14 2017 Oct 31 2017 - - $1,555 - 1 Week
Nov 01 2017 Nov 20 2017 - - $2,050 - 1 Week
Nov 21 2017 Nov 28 2017 - - $2,950 - 1 Week
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Check In: 5 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 10%
Deposits: Property Damage Protection $89 Damage Protection, either you get the $89.00 non-refundable Damage Protection or send a Check for $500.00 witch you get beck if nothing is missing or damaged.
Payment Options: Mastercard, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Pool Heating, per week $155 + tax Cleaning Fee $195 + tax Change over day is Saturday unless other agreement with owner Prices can change without notice. You will get a rental agreement with all the Details to sign before your reservation is complete. Policy available by contacting owner when booking. Check in is 5pm - out 10am Check out is 16.30pm
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