On the southern
end of Anastasia Island, Crescent Beach is regarded by many as the
most gorgeous beach in all of Florida. Enjoy and relax in an
OCEANSIDE (no view of ocean) ground floor condo located adjacent to
the pool. Take a three minute walk and you are on a beautiful white
sand beach. If you prefer, you may drive your four wheel drive
vehicle loaded with beach chairs, books, coolers, music, and toys
right onto the beach. Just go down any access road – depending on
the time of year, there may be a $5.00 fee.
Master bedroom is
furnished with a queen-size bed and the second bedroom has two
twin-size beds. There is a sleeper sofa in living room with a
full-size pull out bed. Two full
bathrooms and a
well appointed kitchen with all new appliances in 2005, makes it
comfortable for everyone. Extra large capacity washer and dryer
included. The unit has three
each with over 70 cable channels. There are three DVD players’ and a
Playstation hooked up in the guest bedroom with games. Freshly
painted with new
ceramic tile and
carpeted bedrooms, all new in January 2003. Two patios, one off
living room near the swimming pool, and the second off the Master
Augustine is one of the most historically significant locations in
the whole of Florida. As Florida's very first coastal town, it is
home to historical attractions, as well as beaches that make it a
popular tourist destination for people of all tastes and styles.
Many people find that it is the ideal location for rediscovering
what they already know about the great state of Florida.
St. Augustine is revered as a gateway through time to discover the
furthest history of Florida, as well as America's very oldest
community. It is a tribute to its full history and proud past.
Having survived over 430 years, it boasts as the oldest city in the
United States. In North American terms, St. Augustine is an ancient
city, founded 42 years before even Jamestown was colonized by
England, and 55 years before Plymouth Rock saw its pilgrims.
Now you can take part in the exploration of this fine history, as -
beginning in the 1950's - St. Augustine, Florida has placed notable
efforts on restoring and preserving many of its historical
structures. This has accomplished a "living history"; among the
remains and the structures which continue to exist from each of its
fulfilling centuries; these include everything from a seventeenth
century fortress, to many eighteenth-century buildings that give a
strong feel for their periods.
Moreover, structures can be seen from more recent history, which
include the giant, sprawling architectural structures from the
nineteenth century, from the Gilded Age of Henry Flagler, which
brought about hotels and railroads, which continue to stand in all
of their previous glory.
To take a break from this great rediscovery of the history of
Florida, and of America itself, St. Augustine offers many shops
through which you can stroll at a leisurely pace, as well as beaches
that are always waiting nearby; for you to relax, reflect, and
simply enjoy yourself.
St. Augustine offers you many great ways of traveling around the
different sites that it has to discover. It all depends on your
budget, and what kind of transportation you enjoy. There are
tram-style tours offered, which will provide you with a basic
history as you travel from major attraction, to major attraction -
including great shopping and restaurant locations. Moreover, if
you're the romantic type, and you're willing to shell out a bit
more, your preference may turn to a turn-of-the-century horse and
carriage ride, starting at the waterfront, and working its way
through town. You can also try a pedicab, rent a bicycle, scooter or
moped, or even rent an electric car; the latest in environmentally
friendly technology that is perfect for the size, pace, and style of
St. Augustine. If you want to test your sea legs, try a relaxing
scenic cruise of the surrounding waters around St. Augustine, where
you'll witness an entirely different perspective of the historic
scenes, and abundant waterfront landmarks, as well as fascinating
native wildlife. Have your camera ready, because you will want to
remember these scenes forever.