Isolated Gulf of Mexico retreat

Isolated Gulf of Mexico retreat

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Forty year old cottage is furnished in traditional antiques, a large Florida art collection, very comfortable, cathedral ceilings, Gulf of Mexico view. We are a very small isolated fishing village with only 85 full time residents and another 300 on weekends. (see my website ... (horseshoebeachflorida.com) ...It will give you an idea of our town, known as Florida's last frontier. The weekenders generally are younger professionals who want a laid back place to recharge. Don't come here looking for excitement or nightlife. I am looking for a month on the lower California coast, hopefully Laguna Beach. Give me a call.

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Who we are

  1. Family consists of two professional males, one a 75 year old writer, educator,(go to Google and look up Julian Granberry) the other a 72 year old retiring real estate broker. Both are non-smokers, limited social drinking only. We both are successful in our fields and just want a nice quiet vacation in Southern California while visiting family in Huntington Beach and Ramona.

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The town is less than a square mile in size with many canals leading into the Gulf of Mexico. I would guess every house is within 3/4 of a mile to the open Gulf of Mexico. We have everything from cottages, expensive Gulf front homesand two condo units (total of 68 unites). Most of the locals families came to Horseshoe in the early 1800's. This area is unique to Florida, one most tourists do not see as we are 20 miles to nearest major highway. Please note we are located on the central northwest coast of Florida. (we are know primarily as a fishing town and not a beach area)

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