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Unit #147 – 220 10th Street

Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Occupancy: 7

Completely renovated 3 bedrooms, 2 bath vacation rental half-duplex is modern and beautifully decorated.  New 12 x 18 heated pool with a great patio to relax and enjoy the Florida sunshine.   This house has an extra-long dock of 45′ for your boat with a step-down wood dock that has electricity, water, lights, a fish cleaning table, and a shower. The master bedroom has a queen bed. The second bedroom has a queen bed and the third bedroom has full-size beds. There is a twin sleeper bed also.

COVID-19 Precautions:
– All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60C/ 140F
– Cleaned with disinfectant
– High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectants, such as countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets.
– Both AC Units have Ultra-Violet (UV) Light Air Sanitizer System that kills 97% bacteria and mold.

Some fun things to do while you are here!
• Sombrero Beach has a great sandy beach – picnic tables, grills, and public restrooms.

• The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail is great for bike riding.

• Catch a tarpon during the tarpon months of April, May, and early June.

• Dive wrecks of the Florida Keys.

• Visit historic Pigeon Key. Take a boat ride to see where 400 workers lived during the construction of the Seven Mile Bridge and the railroad that connected Miami to Key West. You can snorkel off the beach.

• Rent a jet ski, take a kiteboarding lesson, or try wake-boarding at www.sevensports.com.

• Visit Crane Point Museum. A museum of artifacts, natural history, nature trails, and children’s activity center with touch tanks and pirate costumes. Also, see the Marathon Wild Bird Center located on the 63 acres of Crane Point.

• Feed the tarpons at Robbie’s; sign up to visit, by kayak or boat, historic Lignumvitae Key State Park from Robbie’s Marina.

• Be sure to take an exciting snorkel trip to Sombrero Reef Sanctuary and Lighthouse with Spirit Snorkeling.

• Kiss a dolphin; shake the flipper of a sea lion; see turtles, parrots, and tropical fish at Theater of the Sea. They have continuous daily shows and the crowds are so much smaller and intimate than the Orlando Shows.

• Visit the Turtle Hospital to see and touch the local rehabilitating sea turtles.

• Learn about and interact with dolphins at the Dolphin Research Center.

Key Colony Beach is located in the Heart of the Florida Keys at mile marker 53.5 on US Highway 1 which is known locally as the Overseas Highway.  Driving south from Miami on US 1, the Keys begin at about mile marker 106 in Key Largo and extend all the way down to mile marker 0 in Key West. Our city, called the “Gem of the Florida Keys,” is on an island just south of the Overseas Highway connected via a causeway and with a very small bridge.

The majority of our residences are on canals with quick access to the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean or have ocean views. This makes our city ideal for fishing and boating activities. In addition to the residences, there are many businesses in the city, including restaurants, a charter fishing fleet, a marina, boat rentals, a clothing store, a gift shop, a dive and tackle shop, a liquor store, a gas station, and convenience store. Recreational facilities include 4 parks, 2 playgrounds, boccie courts, pickle-ball courts, tennis courts, shuffleboard, and a 9-hole par-3 golf course.

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