True ocean front condo at the coquina cresc… – vrbo gas 4 weeks pregnant

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This oceanfront condo is right on the beach! The Coquina Condo on Crescent Beach was built before the setback rules, so that means this unit (second from the end) is even closer. Compare and you will agree. There is no other condo this close to the beach for the price. It’s absolutely the best the beach has to offer!

You may request an immediate booking or send an email inquiry and we will reply through VRBO with a quote/payment request. We accept online payments through VRBO: credit, debit, or e-check. Please feel free to email or call with any questions you may have before you book.

This property is managed by the owner. We work hard to constantly upgrade and maintain this popular condo. New air conditioning system installed July 2017. We are looking for responsible guests who will appreciate the charm of this classic, laid back Florida beach condo with its spectacular view and location; please no high maintenance renters or more than six person occupancy. During your stay, we are best reached by email through VRBO or text message to the mobile phone number provided. Please contact the owner with any questions before or during your stay.

Experience spectacular oceanfront views from your living area, master bedroom, and spacious private balcony. Fall asleep to the sounds of the surf and wake up to a gorgeous sunrise! Access to the beach is just a few steps down from the oceanfront pool deck and sparkling blue, newly resurfaced pool, There is no long wooden boardwalk. Your toes will be in the sand in less than a minute.

Step through the front door of this property, and you know you’re in for a relaxing stay. Open the sliding glass doors and let the unsurpassed view, the sea breezes and ocean sounds wake up your senses. Lounge on your private second floor balcony any time of day–sunrise is phenomenal. It’s just you, the dunes, the beach and the sea. Decorated with original Florida artwork and beach cottage comfort and style, this townhome sets the mood for a perfect laid-back beach vacation.

The spacious and open layout in the living area provides you with that amazing view (even from the kitchen). The dining area offers seating for six–two at the bar and the dining table seats four more. The living area‘s furnishings include a recliner, a leather couch and club chair, and extra seating for family gatherings. The living area is equipped with a flat screen TV, cable, and DVD player. Wifi internet access is provided. There is also a bathroom with shower on this level.

Upstairs are two very comfortable bedrooms and a full bath with custom tile shower and tub. The master bedroom includes a luxury king-sized bed and provides a stunning oceanfront view and sea breezes through a large picture window. A flat screen TV is here as well. The guest room is flexible with two double beds with pillow top mattresses for up to four people.

We have equipped the kitchen with all the utensils and gadgets you will need to prepare meals and entertain. There are even pizza trays, baking pans, serving platters for dips and appetizers, and a blender for making tropical drinks or smoothies. There is a small beach cooler in the closet downstairs for your use.

Inside the guest room closet, you will find six boogie boards, four beach chairs and two beach umbrellas, two tennis rackets, some tennis balls, frisbees, and shovels and buckets! You are welcome to use them during your stay. We simply ask that you rinse all the sand off before putting the items neatly away. Also in the guest room, you’ll find paperback novels, family DVDs, birding and fishing guides, and books about Florida. Under the TV downstairs, there are board games and sets of cards.

The Coquina is a small, well-maintained community with 42 residences, only half of which are available for rental. Guests make The Coquina their home away from home year after year. The building exterior, stairways and balconies were all completely redone a few years ago. The Coquina owners take good care of their property and ask that their guests do too! It is a v-shaped complex and our condo is the second from the North end–there is absolutely nothing between you and the beach!

The Coquina offers a large sparkling blue swimming pool, a smaller one for kids, and an oceanfront deck with comfortable lounges, deck chairs and umbrellas. The pools were resurfaced in 2014. Picture yourself lounging around the pool with the dunes, the wide sandy beach, and the surf all right there!

Surfing, boogie boarding, sailboarding, surf fishing, sea kayaking, bicycling, jogging, kite flying, frisbee and football, shell collecting, exploring–Crescent Beach is open for all these activities but never seems crowded. Crescent Beach is nesting ground to sea turtles, so stay on the lookout and you might see some hatch. Dolphins are also often seen jumping the waves in the distance, and birders can observe many different species of shore birds.

St. Augustine offers many options for visitors. You can take the trolley to explore the city which is full of history, great shopping and excellent restaurants. You can simply stroll the old streets with colonial Florida architecture and discover boutiques, sweet shops, street musicians, and artists, or visit the many tourist attractions including trolley tours, horse and buggy tours, the Old Spanish Fort, the Living History Museum and the Colonial Quarter developed by University of Florida, The Alligator Farm, Ripley Believe It Or Not Museum, evening ‘ghost’ tours, The Fountain of Youth, Potters Wax Museum, Lightner Museum, Flagler College with its beautiful towers and Tiffany stained-class windows, The Old Jail, The Oldest Schoolhouse, and the Lighthouse and Museum, just to name a few!

You might imagine that there are lots of really good seafood restaurants in St. Augustine and the beaches–and there are. Most are casual and each have a distinctive flavor and style–O’Steen’s for fried shrimp, Saltwater Cowboys for fresh catch and frozen drinks right on the Intracoastal at sunset, Oasis for a beachy sports bar with fried shrimp, fish sandwiches, and key lime and peanut butter pie (my daughter’s favorite), Florida Cracker Cafe in the historic district for grouper sandwiches and salads and live guitar music after dark, and beachside Sunset Grill for local color, blackened catch of the day, salads, and Minorcan red clam chowder, just blocks from the condo.

There’s Paula’s for burgers right next to the surfboard rental, Napoli’s Pizza for New York style pizza delivered to your door, and Red Frog and McToad’s for breakfast or casual dining. In St. Augustine the Columbia Restaurant serves authentic Spanish cuisine in a very memorable atmosphere, La Pentola serves continental cuisine to rave reviews, and Casa Monica hosts a wonderful Sunday brunch and a martini bar. All are located in the historic district. For cocktails on the water, try Conch House and Resort or Kingfish Grill. Both are located alongside marinas, so you can watch the sailboats and yachts. Gypsy Cab Co. continues to please steak lovers.

Active visitors enjoy boating, sailing, sea kayaking or guided kayak and boat excursions along the Intracoastal Waterway, hiking through the many nature preserves and trails, bird-watching, bike rental, surf board rental and lessons, deep sea fishing and jet skiing. Rent a bike or a surfboard nearby, join a kayaking ecotour, hike through the gardens at Washington State Oaks, fish off Flagler Pier or at Matanzas Inlet, or visit Marineland Research Center to see more marine life up close. Don’t miss the climb to the top of the Old Lighthouse–the view is well worth the effort!