Sweet Escape

Sweet Escape

$20,000 – $24,000 / Monthly

$20,000 – $24,000 / Monthly



Description

Sweet Escape is an exquisite, canal front home located in Islamorada in the Florida Keys. This impeccable 5 bedroom villa benefits from having wide, clear dockage in front of the house, a secluded pool & tiki area, and access to the famous and gated Port Antigua Beach.  With something for everyone between fishing, boating, going to a beach, or relaxing by your own private pool this home is the perfect spot for your visit to the blue green waters of the Florida Keys.

Under the sun

Sweet Escape is located on Lower Matecumbe Key at MM 74.5 in Islamorada. A heated pool sits shaded behind the immaculately landscaped waterfront outside the main balcony. Mangrove snapper and parrot fish swim through the clear canal that has plenty of room for boats under 50′. Enjoy sunsets every evening, and sunrises every morning at the famous white sand beaches of the gated and exclusive community beach at Port Antigua Beach.

The beach

Sweet Escape provides keys for access to 1400′ of the blue green waters of the Florida Keys. One of the few white sand beaches in the Florida Keys, the gated beach includes 5 acres of private beach with tiki huts, BBQ grills.  Wade into the water with a sand bar that allows you to walk out 200 yards into the Bay right from our own beach front.

The space

The new construction home has 5 bedrooms with 5 baths, and features high end custom finishes, a gourmands kitchen, elevator and out door living spaces on every level. Entertain or dine outside by the pool, under air inside, or on the balcony off the kitchen.

The bedrooms

Bedroom 1 – Queen bed – Bottom floor

Bedroom 2 – Queen bed – 2nd Level Shared bathroom

Bedroom 3 – Queen bed – 2nd Level Shared bathroom

Bedroom 4 – King bed – Top level Ensuite bath

Bedroom 5 – Queen bed – Top level Ensuite bath

The location

Sweet Escape is located just 5 minutes from Bud & Mary’s Marina and the world famous Robbie’s Marina and just 10 minutes to shopping, festivals, restaurants, and breweries in ‘down town’ Islamorada.