The French doors afford a beautiful
view of the sea, from the master
bed. The old dining table is pictured in the background.
The master bedroom features a new in 2012, pillow top, King
size bed, with two night stands and a closet. There is a ceiling fan and ample light from the bathroom skylight and
the French doors, which open to the sea, via the dining room. At night, the French doors can be closed and the blinds
drawn, to allow for late morning slumber and complete privacy.
Eight inch poured concrete walls, keep any noise from the neighbors at bay. The French doors can be
left open at night, along with the sliding doors in the dining room, and you will fall asleep to the hypnotizing sound of
the waves, rolling onto the beach below. If you prefer to sleep in quiet cooler comfort, simply close the doors and
turn on the central air conditioning, which serves the master and living areas.
master bathroom features French doors and original watercolor paintings of St. Martin, in addition to new bedroom furniture
and a King pillowtop bed.
The master bathroom, features a new pillow top, King bed, and an open shower stall,
with glass block walls and a 10", gentle rainfall shower head. Along with the lighted mirror, the skylight affords great
lighting during the day. It can also be cranked open, to allow the ocean breeze to flow.
second bath, serves the additional master bedroom and the children's bunk room. It also features an opening skylight and rainfall
shower head in the fully tiled room. The countertops in both bathrooms are solid granite.
The second bathroom features a Queen
pillowtop bed. There is also a TV in this room, for watching DVD and VHS Movies. There is plenty of room in the
closet and the large chest of drawers.
The second master bedroom features a pillow top, queen size bed and two ceiling fans, but no ocean view. It shares
a bath, with the smaller childrens' bunk bedroom, which features a futon (double) on the bottom and a single on the top. These
two bedrooms operate with a seperate central air conditioning unit, for optimal comfort. The couch in the living room, doubles
as a pull out queen bed.
The bunk room (not pictured) is perfect for sleeping late, as it has
no windows and stays cold and quiet. It seems to be a haven for the teenager, who wants to relax after a hard semester of
studying or a late night out at the night clubs.
The unit can be occupied by 2,
4 or 6 people. The smaller bunkroom is ideal for children, but a bit small for adults. Rates include all taxes
and fees and are as follows per night:
2 persons, Peak - $600, High - $400, Low -
4-6 persons, Peak - $700, High - $500, Low - $400
Peak - March 1 - 12,
December 21 - January 20
High - November 1 - December 20, January 21 - February 28
- March 13 - October 31
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-542-5895