300 Feet to Ocean, Sand & Dunes

300 Feet to Ocean, Sand & Dunes


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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There are those who believe life at the ocean's edge has a quality and calm untouched by any other setting. For those who yearn for their own place by the sea, away from the tangles of city life, Seaplace is a rare find indeed.
You're just steps from the sea (less than 300 ft. at High Tide), with no streets to cross, and the balmy sea breeze never stops.
Awaken to beautiful sunrises and enjoy radiant sunsets. Walk on over 50 miles of white-sand beaches that winds its way down the road, from Amelia Island to the north and St. Augustine to the South.
Bring nothing but your toothbrush. The Condo is fully equipped and tastefully decorated with beachy furniture and while tile floors. Sliding-glass doors lead to a large, enclosed Outdoor Patio with furniture and a gas BBQ.
And Seaplace is located on Atlantic Beach, the oldest and most private of a string of beach communities that are along the Atlantic Shore, near Jacksonville, Florida. It is a wonderful location for day trips to all of the exciting things that North Florida has to offer.
The attractions, restaurants, and boutiques that fill these coastal areas provide an enjoyable recess from the surf and sand.
When you have finished enjoying all that Atlantic Beach has to offer, come back home to resort-style living: Sailing, swimming, beachcombing, sunning and casting in the surf for flounder, trout, snapper and mullet. Among your neighbors are sandpipers, seagulls, pelicans and an occasional porpoise.

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Who we are

  1. Eileen and Don Brassil are both retired and enjoy travelling. Don is a former entrepreneur who owned several restaurants and retail stores in over 40 years. His wife is a retired State employee (NY), and worked in the Unemployment Division.
    They have two properties they can offer prospective exchangers: One, a Vacation Home in Montauk, NY, with an ocean view. The other, a 3 Bedroom Condo by the ocean, in Atlantic Beach, Florida, near Jacksonville.
    Their family has residences near Englewood, Florida (near Boca Grande), and they often spend time in this section of Florida.

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Atlantic Beach has traditionally been a comfortable community of summer homes, gentle tides, radiant sunrises and desirable residential privacy. A short walk from the Condo brings you to the downtown section, with its cobblestone streets and quaint shops.
Go to sleep to the lull of the ocean, and wake to the rising sun over the water. Take in wonderful day trips to Mayport, one of the oldest fishing villages in the nation. Hop aboard the Mayport Ferry to Fort George Island. The ferry is a popular way to reach Amelia Island.
Or, visit Florida's oldest-standing plantation (Kingsley Plantation) where, during the 1800's, Zephaniah Kingsley's slaves produced sugarcane and Sea Island cotton.
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens presents a permanent collection of over 12 galleries and features an impressive array of Western art from 2000 B.C. to the present.
Also, check out the Virds of the Rift Valley Aviary with more than 75 birds in free flight, at the Jacksonville Zoological Gardens. A 1,200-foot boardwalk overlooks animals on the 20-acre Plains of East Africa exhibit.
The Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier is a 983-foot-long pier that has long been a popular spot for anglers, surfers and sightseers. Although Jax Beach always attracts plenty of beachcombers, history buffs will find the town is worth a visit as well. The Pablo Historical Park explores the role of the Florida East Coast Railway in developing the area.

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