About this rental
This 2 bedroom 2 bathroom canal front mobile home is situated in a quiet neighborhood. It is just minutes by water to the beautiful Weeki Wachee river. Has 50' of water front with a floating dock that you can launch the kayaks that are provided or tie up your own boat. It is 30 minutes by boat to the open water of the Gulf of Mexico. It has a split plan that is convenient for two couples with each bedroom with it's own private bathroom. Has all wood flooring and tile in the bathrooms. Has all wood cabinets,tile showers and new insulated windows.Also has been recently painted inside and out. Plenty of closet space and washer and dryer in the garage.
Kitchen is fully equiped,all the bedding and towels for the bathrooms. Also nice sized gas grill ready to use.
There is a lot of wildlife to view from your dock. All types of water birds,manatee and turtles. You can hear the owls at night.
Sits in a quiet neighborhood on a cull-de-sac street. Walking distance to Upper Deck restaurant and Rodger's Park. Short drive to golf courses and shopping.
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The Upper Deck restaurant is an easy walk away. You can dine and look down on the beautiful Weeki Wachee river.
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Dec 01 2022 - Mar 31 2023
I only rent my place December through March. I live there the other months of the year. I would prefer someone to come and stay for the winter. For 3 months stay I will reduce the monthly rent to $1700/month. There is a $750 refundable damage deposit. Leave the place like I left it for you and you get it back.
Last updated on November 22, 2022
Hosted by Don Hood
Member since 2019
Year Purchased: 2004
About the owner: Hi, I'm Don and I live in Lakeland, Fl. but stay at Weeki Wachee Retreat most of the time in the summer. I love kayaking the river and boating out in the gulf.
Hosted by Don Hood