Touch a palm tree from your private porch! Welcome to Palm La Mar, a well appointed two-story Bahamian style conch house with Tommy Bahama furnishings. Perfect for families, couples, or a friends vacation getaway. Located within Anglers Reef community. This house is fully insured for rentals. Our availability calendar is always up to date and current.
Features 2 master bedrooms, both with KING SIZE poster canopy beds, full bathrooms, French doors, and 4 private porches with hammocks. Leather sleeper sofa. Modern kitchen 4-piece stainless steel appliances including fridge with ice maker, stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, espresso machine, cookware, silverware, cooking utensils, candles, dimmer switches, white linens and towels, washer and dryer, Weber BBQ, Big Green Egg smoker, patio dining table, 3 flat screen TV's, 80 channels with Netflix, Apple TV, wireless, DVD/Blue ray, phone, printer, fax, BOSE sound system, iPod docks in bedrooms. Finishings and fixtures feature clean and new construction, hardwood floors, local photography and artwork, and Caribbean decor with fine home furnishings.
Anglers Way is one of Florida Keys most luxurious developments with 52 villas and 30 boat slips. The property is gated, neighborly, secure, safe, and lined with impressive landscaping features. Palm trees, tropical plants, interlocking brick, a roundabout, and well lit grounds that are perfect for walks day and night. A 75 foot heated pool less than a minute from your door overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, chairs for lounging and tanning, two sand beaches on property with calm shallow water, and walking distance to restaurants, bars, and entertainment. Boat slips available for rent on property, or next door at Snake Creek Marina (snakecreekmarinakeys.com, 305-396-7724). The marina also has rentals for boats, paddle boards, jets skis and is a five minute walk down a quiet street outside the gate.
2 designated parking stalls, with single covered carport. Boat launch at Snake Creek Marina, free boat trailer parking at Anglers Reef. 2 mountain bikes, 2 sea kayaks, snorkel gear, and cooler available for guest use. The perfect vacation villa at Mile Marker 85.
A conch house is a style of architecture that developed in Key West, Florida in the 19th century and that was also used in Miami, and rarely elsewhere in Florida, into the early 20th century. The introduction of the conch house style is attributed to immigrants from the Bahamas.
The conch house, like other Florida vernacular architecture styles, is built of wood, and set on posts or piers, which allows air to circulate under the floor. Conch houses are rectangular, of one or two floors, and usually have a porch across the full width of the front of the house (both floors if the house has two floors). Other characteristics are horizontal weatherboarding or clapboarding, low gabled or hip roofs, and double-hung sash windows. Roofs may be metal or shingled. Conch house designs were often influenced by Classical Revival or Neoclassical architecture. Other than carved brackets and/or rafter ends on porches, conch houses generally lack ornamentation.
The conch house style was developed in Key West by Bahamian immigrants, known as "Conchs". Many Bahamians had experience building boats, and the earliest conch houses were built like boats, using timber framing. In the 1880s timber framing was replaced with balloon framing. Houses in the conch style were also built in Miami, in particular, in the Coconut Grove and Overtown neighborhoods. The term "conch house" has been applied to houses built in a variety of styles in Key West, but the most common usage is for houses built in a Bahamian style. About half of the historic houses in Key West have been classified as being in the Classical Revival style. The Bahamian immigrants in Key West were accustomed to building houses in the Bahamian clapboard house style. This style placed houses on posts or piers, used timber framing, had large windows and high ceilings to allow cooling by available breezes, and had louvered shutters hinged at the top ("Bahamas shutters"). The Bahamian clapboard house style has influenced housing in many areas with tropical climates.
• 2 master bedrooms
• Leather sleeper sofa
• 2.5 bathrooms
• 4 private porches
• Full kitchen
• BBQ and smoker
• Patio dining table
• 3 flat screen TV’s
• Washer and dryer
• 75’ heated pool (Anglers Way)
• 2 sand beaches on property