Newly built. Gut reaction: jaw drops, eyes pop...a ridiculous grin forms across your face. “Holy. Moly.” What happens when your wildest dreams and most outrageous vacation fantasies collide? You arrive outside Sea Princess Castle, pinching yourself.
Quite honestly, this home is a palace. Poll each and every member of your family and friends for their most outlandish, most implausible request of a vacation home:
• Basics first: sweeping ocean views and absolute privacy.
• Improve on that? Ah-ha! A vanishing-edge pool. A big, big one. With a shallow sunning area for sipping cocktails? Yes?
• Budding cooks and cupcake gurus might want a gourmet kitchen with more ocean views. Done.
• Young boys (and fully grown ones) might wish for a model train set, traveling a circuit around a top-notch home theater room. Just kidding. Around one of the home theater rooms.
Is your head spinning? Sorry, we’re only just getting started.
A formal sitting room has just the right amount of elegance, without being fussy. Line up all your lovies along the biggest sectional sofa ever seen - take silly group photos, watch a movie all together (yes really, there’s space for everyone) or - in winter - just hang out around the fire.
In the kitchen, if you don’t swoon first at its size (‘humungous’, we believe, is the technical term), then its double oven and 6+ hob gas range will have you feeling faint: so many recipes, so little time. Eat six meals a day, if only to best enjoy your outside dining area on the pool deck. To ring the changes, why not start with happy hour on the 2nd-floor veranda? Get there by stairs? Maybe - but the elevator might be more fun.
One night’s sleep in the master bedroom will surely count for a week’s rest anywhere else. It’s that relaxing, that comfortable, that gorgeous. Bedrooms and floors are sound-proofed, so you’ll only awake when good and ready. An in-suite fireplace is among a host of benefits: ocean views on wake-up, closets, and bathroom the size of Rhode Island.
Nine other guest bedrooms include two four-poster beds and decadent en suite facilities. Kids have a play area/bedroom with two sets of bunk beds (four beds total). Each bathroom is different, finished with marble, Kohler fixtures, and other high-end touches. Guests can pick and choose their favorite. There is also a sleeper sofa in the game room that sleeps 2. There is an upstairs loft with separate door and entrance that includes a bonus king bed.
A formal dining area, a breakfast nook, and a second, smaller guest kitchen ensure round-the-clock feasting.
Should you ever remember the real world, forgotten outside, wireless Internet is included. The home’s technological spoils are many and include HDTV's.
Private and gated, this property is at the end of a cul-de-sac and also boasts a beach access path just steps away. Don’t laugh - of course, it’s all here. Why wouldn’t it be? Sea Princess Castle takes its name seriously - while here, you’ll be very, very spoiled.
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Plus Additional Fees
****One Month Minimum Stay *** Final pricing will include fees in addition to rent; including an end of stay cleaning fee, non refundable damage waiver, booking fee, local and state tax and community application fee (on select communities). *** All fees will be provided prior to booking.
- Coffee Maker - Yes
- Full Kitchen
- Grill - Private
- Microwave - Yes
- Refrigerator - Yes
- Toaster - Yes
- boating - Yes
- Golf - Yes
- Pool - Yes
- Ceiling Fans Bedroom
- Free Wifi
- Washer & Dryer
- Medical Srvs Nearby
- Nearby Grocery
- Outlet Shopping
- Shopping - Yes
- Airport - 30 miles-DAB
- Football - Football Stadium
- Neighborhood - Ocean Hammock Homes
- Blu-Ray/DVD Player
- Cable Television
- Free Wifi
- Exceptional Sunrises
- Exceptional Views
Guest Rating for
Russel Allinson (Reviewed on 11 Sep 2016)
Darlene Bishop (Reviewed on 09 Nov 2015)
Sea Princess Oct 7th to 14th
Lawrence S. (Reviewed on 16 Oct 2015)
Good location, great beach access
- A Traveler from West melbourne, -, United States, (Reviewed on 29 Sep 2015)
Sea Princess Castle was great
Anthony C. (Reviewed on 18 Aug 2015)