Luxury Resort Style Complex on NonDriving Beach

Master Bedroom Looking To Ocean
Master Bedroom Looking To OceanMaster Bedroom 2 Person Jacuzzi Tub2nd Bedroom Has 2 TrundlesActual View From BalconyKitchenDining Area Looking Towards OceanComplex With Gated EntryFull Laundry INSIDE The Unit!Garage With Toys!Another View of Master BedroomBeach ViewView from 8th Floor of Pool AreaView From 8th Floor of Garage Area/Tennis CourtEat In Kitchen AreaMaster Bath (Has a Shower also)Huge Baclony with Eating Seating for 8Workout Room Looking to Pool and OceanSauna Near Workout RoomA Beautiful Evening

From $113 / night

4493 S Atlantic Blvd, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
Luxury Resort Style Complex on NonDriving Beach
2 bedrooms
7 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 7
Type: Condo
Per week: $1,200 - $1,800
Per month: $3,400 - $6,200
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the New Smyrna Beach vacation condo rental
Ebb Tide Condominium Complex, Direct Oceanfront 4th Floor Unit, 1750 square feet with balcony-large 2 Bedroom Oceanfront Unit

Oversize Jacuzzi in Master Bath. Master Bath and Family Room have floor to ceiling, wall to wall glass overlooking ocean. Master bedroom has a king size bed with a new excellent mattress. Unit was totally renovated and remodeled in 2004 . Fully equipped kitchen with granite countertops, range, microwave and small appliances. There is a dinette that seats 4 and the dining room seats 4. There are 2 folding chairs for additional seating that are kept in the master closet. The balcony contains 2 tables that seat 4 each.

Washer and dryer are located in laundry room INSIDE the unit.

Jeffrey Paglialonga

Area Information
Located on Florida 's east central coast, New Smyrna Beach is a quiet seaside retreat located at the Southern mouth of Ponce de Leon Inlet. It is a small, historic city, and yet offers 13.2 miles of beach to enjoy.
Located only 55 miles northeast of Orlando, it serves as a favorite get-a-way destination for many Central Florida residents and has garnered significant notoriety as a surfing destination, often hosting American Surfing Professionals ' competitions.
Through the years, the City of New Smyrna Beach has maintained tight controls on growth, resulting in
a limited number of low-rise condominiums being constructed. The City has also held strict parameters
on beach traffic which, in addition to protecting beach goers, simultaneously protects nesting sea turtles.
It is a nesting ground for loggerhead sea turtles, and Florida 's loggerhead population is the largest in the
nation, second only, internationally, to Masirah Island, Oman, in the Middle East.
These tight controls have continued to maintain the beach 's quaint and natural feel. It serves as a gateway to the historic and picturesque Indian River Intercoastal Waterway. Prime fishing locations also exist at places such as Mosquito Lagoon, just south of New Smyrna. This 21.5 mile long, 3.5 mile wild, lagoon is one of the southeast 's most abundant fishing areas and contains redfish, flounder, black
grouper, and speckled trout, just to name a few.
New Smyrna Beach is bordered to the south by the Canaveral National Seashore 's 57,000 acres and to
the north by Smyrna Dunes Park. This makes the area a refuge to many forms of wildlife that are listed
as endangered. Canaveral National Seashore Park is home to a variety of indigenous birds and many unique species of plants and animals.
This past spring the beach underwent a re-nourishment project in an effort to replenish some of the sands
lost during the hurricanes of 2005. The $7 million project brought in nearly 800,000 cubic yards of sand to
distribute on approximately 6 miles of beach that needed reinforcements.
While New Smyrna Beach is primarily known for its beautiful white sand beaches, many people may not realize its national reputation for the arts. It is home to the Atlantic Center for the Arts, an international artists-in-residence community, located on 69 acres at Turnbull Bay. The Center attracts the contemporary art world 's top names in painting and sculpture to teach mid-career artists. In fact, the city has the distinction of being featured in the book, 100 Best Small Art Towns in America. The author, John
Villani, describes the area as one, 'where local residents can maintain their connection to the nation 's
cultural mainstream, yet still enjoy a small-town life. These are places that will welcome you and your
family with open arms, places that hold the promise of a better life.

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Jan 01 2016 Feb 28 2017 - - $1,200 $3,400 1 Week
Mar 01 2016 Mar 31 2017 - - $1,800 $5,300 1 Week
Apr 01 2016 Apr 30 2017 - - $1,800 $4,400 1 Week
May 01 2016 May 31 2017 - - $1,300 $4,400 1 Week
Jun 01 2016 Aug 31 2017 - - $1,800 $6,200 1 Week
Sep 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 - - $1,300 $3,400 1 Week
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Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 12.5
Deposits: See link for specific deposits and more specific rates.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, PayPal, Personal Check
Other Fees: Cleaing Fee $75
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