Minutes to Indian Pass and St. Joseph Bay State Park, and less than half an hour to historic Apalachicola, Port St. Joe is a respite from crowds. Located in the heart of town, but still on a quiet residential street, our cottage is a welcome alternative to the condo scene of Mexico Beach. From our fully renovated 1920s cottage, less than a block from St. Joseph Bay, you have access to everything Port St. Joe and surrounding communities have to offer. Walk to the shops and restaurants on Reid Street, two blocks away, ride a bike on the city trails, paddle your kayak through nearby wetlands, launch your boat from the public marina down the street, fish the surf or the mouth of the Intracoastal Waterway, swim and sunbathe on St. Joe Beach, or just kick back and relax.
Our spacious home has three bedrooms, with a den, screened porch with a fan and wicker chairs, a covered patio and ample off-street parking. We offer you comfortable furniture and beds, wood floors, tall windows, a washer and dryer , and a utility room to store your gear. There is a king size bed in the master, and a queen and full bed in the second and third bedrooms. The sofa in the den pulls out, with a genuinely comfortable mattress, if you need extra space. The eat-in kitchen, while simple, is fully equipped for your convenience, and features a GE Profile gas stove with an electric convection oven. The den has a 47-inch smart TV for viewing movies, and high speed internet is available through the house. Central air conditioning ensures your comfort on the hottest days. Bathroom are newly renovated in 2017, with a tub-shower combination in the main and a walk-in shower in the second bathroom. A sunroom off the queen bedroom, with new laminate floors, can be used as playroom space for kids.. On the back patio you will find a table with seating for 6, and a small gas barbecue. Two mountain bikes are available for your use.
The home is located on a quiet residential street, despite its proximity to downtown and the Bay. This is a perfect vacation home for friends or families, but we ask that you respect our neighbors and pass us by if you are looking to throw loud night time parties.+ More