Vacation Rentals OCEANFRONT Beachfront House
Apartment, Entire place - Zephyrhills
blocks from the FREE SPLASH PARK+ fishing pier, walking distance to St.
Augustine Beach Restaurant Row. it is a four minute drive to Historic
Downtown St. Augustine and two minutes to miniature golf. Many golf
courses available plus World Golf Village just a few minutes away.
Sleeps up to 8 people with 3 queen size beds & 1 king bed. 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, plus queen sleep in family room.OR [OPTIONAL SLEEP 4 TWO
BEDROOM LOCK OFF AVAIL AT $89.95 PER NIGHT TO SLEEP UP TO 12 GUESTS] 2
remote control fireplaces, which can be used in the summer without
heat. 2 showers for two, each with 3 overhead showers and three body
showers, 2 Jacuzzi (1 overlooks the ocean), 1 bidet. 2 complete
kitchens consisting of 3 microwaves, 2 refrigerators, 2 dishwashers, 2
sink disposals. Big screen tv, 3 large TV's, satellite TV reception,
Phones in each bathroom. Hardwood and tile floors, 600 sq. foot
oceanfront deck, 100 sq. foot oceanfront balcony, Beautiful
landscaping, Full size washer/ dryer and 1 stack washer/ dryer. Tongue
and groove hardwood cathedral ceiling, skylight. Panoramic ocean view
from the living room (pictured), dining room, master bedroom Beautiful
waterfall (pictured, view from front deck) ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (Sept.
8) St. Augustine has been named by American Express as one of the ten
surprising, exciting, and cutting-edge places in the world where
Americans can enjoy one of their favorite travel pastimes. A survey of
American Express cardholders revealed that 87 percent selected vacation
destinations based on their personal interests. The top ten interests
named were culinary, family events, music, fitness and exercise,
education/learning, history, the arts, wine/champagnes,
fashion/shopping and sporting events. American Express then selected
ten unexpected destinations worldwide where these interests could be
enjoyed. Their history recommendation was St. Augustine, Florida.
American Express said: Not many history buffs would consider St.
Augustine, Florida their ultimate destination. However, this city
celebrated its 400th birthday back in 1965.CITY IS GETTING READY FOR
THE 450 CELEBRATION. Founded by the Spanish in 1565, it is where the
nation's first schools, hospitals and banks were built. St. Augustine
lays claim to the first European birth in the New World and is the
oldest town plan in the United States. It was here where the first
Thanksgiving actually took place, not at Plymouth Rock. St. Augustine
was one of only two American destinations to make the list. The other
was Virginia's wine country. The American Express selection is the
latest in a series of travel-related accolades recently bestowed on St.
Augustine city of only 13,000 residents located on the Atlantic coast
of northeast Florida.ABC'S Good Morning America + Leisure magazine,
named St. Augustine as their number one pick for a place where
Americans could feel like they were in Europe
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Smoking allowed