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* 1100 feet of Pristine White Sand Beach
* Beach Chair and Umbrella Rentals Available to rent
* Beachside Tiki Bar and Grill
* Green Space Playground
* 7,500 sq. ft. Lagoon Pool with Waterfall and Whirlpool details.
* Children’s Wading Pool
* Community Hot Tub
* Indoor/Outdoor Pool
* State-of-The-Art Fitness Center
* Two Tennis Courts
* Basketball Court
* Community Gas Grills
* Assigned Parking Located in the St. Croix Garage, additional parking in front
* Gated Entrance and Courtesy Patrol
* Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse
* The Spa at Silver Shells
* Free Wifi
Debating between the comfort of resort accommodations and proximity to the abundance of entertainment, dining, and shopping opportunities offered in Destin? You’ll get the best of both worlds with our Finely Detailed, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 4th Floor Unobstructed Pool and Beach View, Gulf-Front Condominium located in the Exquisitely Landscaped Silver Shells Beach Resort and Spa, Centrally Located in Destin.
Both Bedrooms have Gulf-Front views and feature Balcony access. The Living Area has wall-to- wall, floor-to- ceiling windows with sliding-glass doors leading to the Spectacular View of Lush Resort Landscaping, Large Lagoon Pool, and the Sparkling Emerald Waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The new owners take great pride in sharing their professionally decorated home with high-quality furnishings with their guests’ comfort in mind. Combined with the wealth of resort amenities, This Condominium Makes A Great Vacation Home For Your Family Beach Vacation.
*Master Bedroom: King Bed
*Guest Bedroom: King Bed
*Living Room: Custom Queen Sleeper Sofa. A Serta Twin Rollaway Bed is available upon request.
This spacious home has Italian tile throughout the open-concept Living & Dining area, Kitchen, and the furnished Gulf-Front Balcony. The Living Room is custom designed and decorated with many local, unique artworks and furnishings, a theme maintained throughout the home. Boosted by plenty of seating, the Living Room is a wonderful place to relax after a long day at the beach; a 55” UHD Smart TV, Blu-Ray DVD player, and DVD library are highlighted for your entertainment. The Dining Area provides 4 additional seats. The Kitchen consists of granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, dish washer, coffee maker (traditional and Keurig, for your convenience), and is fully equipped for all of your cooking needs. With an open Kitchen granite bar, meal/snack preparation is optimized for conversation and benefited with a captivating view of the Gulf. The balcony boasts a pristine view of the Lagoon Pool -- perfect for watching kids and/or friends -- and the ocean, with the sounds of the waves magnifying your relaxation.
The Master and Guest Bedrooms each have large Gulf-Front windows, floor-to- ceiling sliding-glass doors that provide private bedroom access to the Gulf-Front Balcony, showcasing the beautiful views of the Resort and the Gulf. Newly carpeted, both Bedrooms have King beds (Stearns and Foster mattresses) with luxury linens, a flat-screen 40” UHD Smart TV’s, with Blu-Ray DVD players. The Master Bedroom en suite features a large walk-in closet, a relaxing power touch recliner, and a Bose radio with a built-in iPhone charger. The Master Bathroom boasts a long granite vanity, Deep Soaking Jacuzzi Tub, and a spacious tiled walk-in shower with a rainfall shower head and bench seat for your comfort. Additionally, the Guest Bedroom has a Bluetooth radio for easy listening to music/audiobooks/podcasts stored on Bluetooth devices. The Guest Bathroom is steps away from the Guest Bedroom with a tiled walk-in shower, rainfall shower head, granite vanity, and a separate washer and dryer. Both lavatories not only deodorize and freshen your bathroom, they also double as a nightlight. The Guest Bathroom remains easily accessible to the rest of the home. The Queen Sleeper Sofa in the Living Room provides for larger families or entertaining groups of friends. A custom Serta Twin Rollaway Bed is available upon request.
The newly furnished patio furniture captures both elegance and comfortable function. Two steamer-chaise loungers with small side tables flank the setting of a outdoor dinette with two teak cushioned arm chairs and a banana leaf table.
You will also enjoy a Free Fun Pass which features golf at any of these locations ( Santa Rosa Golf, Regatta Bay, Golf Garden of Destin, Emerald Bay Golf or Bluewater Bay Golf) deep sea fishing at the Harborwalk Village in Destin and a Sea Blaster Dolphin cruise also at the Harborwalk Village.
Silver Shells Beach Resort & Spa is a 30-Acre Beach Resort, Bordering The Pristine Natural setting of Henderson State Park. Located in the Heart of Destin – a short walking distance to the infamous The Back Porch (we recommend the blue crab claws) & The Candymaker (a lovely breakfast, candy, and ice cream nook) – our condominium offers all the amenities expected of an Upscale, Gulf-Front Resort:
Destin Area Information
Destin is well known as the World’s Luckiest Fishing Village largely because of its roots as a top fishing destination and quick access to the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Destin boasts the largest charter fishing fleet in the state of Florida. If you have an interest in charter deep sea fishing – Destin is the place. But, there is much more to Destin than charter fishing. Destin has evolved over the years to be a top beach vacation destination. Featuring pristine, sugar-white sand beaches and emerald-colored water, it is an absolutely beautiful area. The town itself offers many upscale shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities.
Free Fun is not available to long term guests or owner stays
To purchase a vacation condo like this one, call Tim Kirk with World Impact Real Estate @ (850) 974-5797
Despite multiple emails being sent to this guest with the door access codes he unfortunately did not read the emails. So upon arrival at the resort he notified the building manager he did not have a code and was immediately given access. The building manager called to advise me he had gotten the guest and his family into the unit within five minutes of their arrival . I called the guest to make sure he and his family were settled and if they needed anything else. The guest was irritated and argued when I told him multiple emails were sent for his checkin. Rather than argue with the guest I advised him I would confirm when the checkin emails were sent and get back with him. When I told him the dates our emails were sent he responded “you’re just saying that the cover your tracks”. The following day the guest called screaming about noises coming from the unit above. He had already called the building manager who told him the upstairs unit owners were doing some renovations to their unit. The work was being done during the hours permissible 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. No work on weekends. The guest then contacted me and was livid about the noise. I told him I would be there right away. I was there within seven minutes. On my way to the building, which was less than five minutes away, I called the building manager and asked if he could inquire as to how much longer the work would continue upstairs as the guests were upset by the noise. It was Friday afternoon approximately 1:30 when we got the first call and 3:30 when the work stopped. The guest knew I was coming over and as I entered the building I could hear him yelling at his family coming out of the elevators into the lobby. He was trying to exit the back of the resort. I called out his name and his wife stopped but he kept going and ignored me. His wife called out to him and he made his way back over to my conversation with his wife. I explained that we sent someone up to check how much longer the work would continue upstairs and advised them it would end within the hour. I apologized and said we were terribly sorry for the noise but had no idea this would be going on. The owners are not obligated to notify anyone when they wish to update or work on their units. The workers assured us they would be stopping within the hour and they did. The building manager had already explained to the guest that our company managed one unit in the building and owners are not required to notify anyone when they wish to work on their units. I also explained this to the guest and he said I should have known this was happening and not booked the room. He also said it was illegal and that he had his own condo and this is not allowed. I explained to the guest that we felt bad that this happened during their stay and I would like to comp dinner for his family at a local seafood restaurant “Back Porch” steps away from the resort and that we would check on them in a couple hours to make sure everything was ok when I returned with the gift card. I did mention that the restaurant was on the beach and his son would like it. It is by no means a kids restaurant. He said nothing more so I left to arrange for the restaurant gift card. Upon returning to the unit I knocked twice and got no response from the guest but could see the shadows moving underneath the door so I knew he was there. I texted that I was trying to communicate with him could he please come to the door and knocked one last time. His mother in law and wife smiled when they ultimately answered the door. The guest eventually made his way to the front of them to speak to me. He was still extremely angry and said he paid for services and expected them and there was no excuse for all the racket and I should have known this was going on. It was our responsibility to know these things and it should not be allowed when guests are staying in the units. I tried to reason with him and said there’s no way we could have known about this as the owners can work on their units whenever they wish provided it’s within the hours permissible and I would never have been contacted in any event. I told him there would be no further work done on the unit until Monday morning and he said he was fine with that because he was leaving Monday. I asked him to please take the gift card for dinner on us. He grabbed it and threw it at my face and started screaming he didn’t want my damn gift card and to go away and get out of here. I was shocked and simply walked away. Hours later I received his apology via email and I quote, “I just saw this email. I am sorry if I had come out little too strong when you came and knocked the door. All that we wanted to do was have nice weekend in Destin. It all started off wrong with no door code from you guys yesterday and I was trying to move on today but this afternoon the loud noises in the condo started annoying the heck out of us when we were trying to sleep