Turquoise Place Resort beachfront condo for sale in Orange Beach Alabama. This beachfront property has a cheerful decor, black granite counter-tops and engineered hardwood flooring in the bedrooms, indicative of the care and attention the owners put into the décor. The kitchen is spacious with Sub-zero/Wolf appliances and a large gas range. The gulf-front property has a gas fireplace, a wet-bar with ice maker, crown molding and a private balcony with a gas grill and hot tub. Step onto that balcony from the living room or mst. BR. The mst. BA is sizable and has a large, tiled shower, jetted tub and a walk-in closet. This resort home has incredible views Perdido Pass and the sugar-white beaches on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. The community amenities are second to none, with multiple indoor & outdoor pools, modern exercise facility, sauna & steam rooms, an outdoor bar & grill area, a lazy-river, tennis courts and more. This unit has a long, established rental history…you have to see this condominium!
Orange Beach is a coastal community situated between Gulf Shores and Perdido Key, and boosts the largest charter-fishing fleet in the Gulf of Mexico. Orange Beach has miles of white-sand beaches and numerous public parks – the inland bays and bayous just north of Perdido Pass provide for ample water-sports and outdoor activities.
Jetty EastÂ condo for rent in Destin Florida. This gated beachfront resort is ideally situated and convenient to dining, shopping and entertainment – there’s something for the entire family. This popular resort overlooks the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico and boasts 900-ft. of white-sand beaches in the exclusive Holiday Isle area of Florida’s Emerald Coast, adjacent to the Jetties and Destinâs East Pass, making this a premier vacation destination.
Destin is a coastal community on the Florida Emerald Coast located on a peninsula separating the Gulf of Mexico from Choctawhatchee Bay and has subtropical weather. The peninsula was originally a barrier island. Hurricanes and sea level changes gradually connected it to the mainland; however, in the 1940s it technically became an island again with the completion of the Choctawhatchee-West Bay Canal. There are many Destin real estate opportunities for those looking to own a piece of paradise – there are homes for sale from beachfront houses to back-water homes on deep water to weekend cottages. Source: HomeAway