Nestled in a picturesque setting of mature trees and manicured greenery, this 5 bedroom, 4 bath home is the ultimate oasis directly on the IntraCoastal. As you enter the heart of this home, you embrace a spacious living, dining, and entertainment area with a wall of cathedral windows overlooking the Indian River. The spectacular kitchen boasts rich wood floors, granite counter tops, two full size ovens, an abundance of cabinets, and a breakfast nook. An additional 2nd kitchenette, laundry, and entertainment area make this home complete. Step onto your enormous back deck with never ending views of the river where you will find your 235 foot private dock, jetski and covered boat lifts, and lush landscaping offering “green” privacy. Enjoy the dolphins and manatees with spectacular sunsets.
While we’ve known for some time that the resort, which is located on the old Splendid China property, will include a hotel, vacation homes and Jimmy Buffett themed amenities, the previously announced 175 room Margaritaville hotel complex will also include 500 vacation homes (the area around the resort is one of the highest concentrations for vacation homes in the nation), 300 timeshare units and 550 condos for permanent residents.
While uncommon in most of Central Florida’s resorts there are a few with permanent residential units including Mission Inn and the Ritz Carlton Grande Lakes. The MargaritaVillage residential complex though would be by far the largest of any Central Florida resort.
A 3 acre freshwater swimming lagoon, similar to one being built in Lake Nona, will be one of the central features of the new resort. A water park (similar in size to the former Water Mania just down the street) and pools with direct ground floor suite access will also help create the Key West vibe of the resort. A water taxi, similar to the one found at Universal Orlando, will connect the 300 acre complex.
The developers are also planning numerous unique options for hardcore parrotheads, including a Margaritaville themed wedding pavilion, a St. Somewhere Spa and a fishing school.
Numerous restaurants, bars, a planetarium and swim up bar are also planned for development. Groundbreaking on the new Jimmy Buffett village is planned for mid-2016 with Phase 1 of the development aiming for a 2017 opening.
by Ken Storey November 10, 2015 at 10:30 AM
Enjoy one of the most elegant ocean front condominiums in Cocoa Beach. This spacious 2400+/- sq. ft. home captures stunning Atlantic ocean views, including KSC rocket launches and sun/moon rise/sets. Southern exposure ensures warm sun in winter and cool shade in the summer. All amenities within walking distance. Spoil yourself in this luxury 3bd. 3bth home that has angled upgraded tile throughout, Custom designed cherry wood kitchen w/ pull out drawers & roll out island, Designer DACOR brand appliances, Central vac., LG frig /bottom freezer, Surround sound w 5/built in precision speakers, Structured wiring throughout for flexible phone or cable outlets, intercom in every room. Residents enjoy hot spa, steam room, dry sauna and exercise room.
Welcome to 142 West Park Lane. The embodiment of beach side living, this pool home sits walking distance from the ocean in a highly desired Cocoa Beach neighborhood.
Beautiful wood plank tile flooring in a gray weathered oak finish can be found throughout giving the home a perfect dose of modern flavor. Speaking of modern, the theme continues throughout with touches such as tri-blade fans, LED light fixtures, textured ceilings, new base boards, new doors and so much more.
At the heart of the home is the spectacular kitchen, remodeled from the ground up with new cabinets, quartz countertops and matching stainless steel Samsung appliances including a gas range. No worries about the roof, because that is new too.
This property is over a quarter of an acre and the expansive backyard showcases this perfectly, with not only the pool, but also a stylish patio, fruit trees and a well-cared for lawn. When you don’t feel like spending time at this personal paradise, remember you are just walking distance from Ron Jons, Publix, the Famous Cocoa Beach Pier, Starbucks, local restaurants and putting your toes in the sand.