3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half)
3 Baths (2 full, 1 half)
DON'T SETTLE FOR JUST SEEING THE BEACH...GET CLOSE ENOUGH TO HEAR IT!!
The waves are close enough for you to be mesmerized from your private balcony overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Gulf, the sugar-white beaches, and a tropical lush garden with heated swimming pool.
This unique condo features two complete master suites - kingsize luxury in both - making it perfect for two couples to enjoy!
This LOW-density suite is your upscale escape to paradise!
1 Parking Pass per condo. Guests can call Gulf Coast Rental Company for convenient beach/condo parking 251-510-7226
The parking lot at Palm Beach is busy, busy, busy with construction vehicles, construction workers and storage containers and garbage bins. They will see large construction equipment that is driving around daily with construction supplies and debris. All guests must sign a liability waiver upon reserving our condo and show it to the guard upon entering.
*Primary renter must be 25 years of age to book*
In light of the recent news articles, the pending litigation related to structural damage caused to Palm Beach, and out of an abundance of caution, I wanted to ensure you were properly informed.
The Palm Beach Owners Association alleges that the developers building a new condo complex located next to Palm Beach wrongly decided to power pile drive foundation piles within 25' of the Palm Beach Resort with no vibration monitoring. The Association also alleges that this construction technique caused cracks in Building A as well as some separation from the breezeway between the A & B buildings. Although the wrongful power pile driving has caused substantial structural damage to Building A, our engineers do not believe there is an imminent safety threat. People are currently occupying Building A, it was deemed "safe to occupy" by the City of Orange Beach this past Spring following Hurricane Sally repairs.
The Association’s engineers continue to monitor and evaluate the structure. Likewise, the City of Orange Beach and its engineering team are also working to ensure the building is safe to occupy. As of this writing, these teams of engineers have suggested the risk of a catastrophic event is extremely low. I will keep you informed of any new information as it becomes available.