Joseph K., CICE204

September 21, 2018- “What more can you ask for? The Intracoastal Waterway is directly situated on one side of this property and the Atlantic Ocean is mere steps away on the other. One can literally wake up to dolphins and manatees playing in the water outside of this Unit’s windows, walk across the street to enjoy an afternoon of sand between their toes, and kick up for the evening with a front row seat to a Florida sunset radiating throughout the premises. Having stayed in this Unit multiple times now, it truly feels more like a home, than a rental condo, with all of its amenities, multiple levels, attached garage, and surrounding neighborhood feel. The vision, and care, of the owners in what they’ve provided, and put together, for their guests is truly evident and I’m excited for the things they’re still looking to do. It should also be noted that the property is situated in a quiet community that offers a large, well-maintained pool area, clubhouse, boat slips, and kayak launches, and sits adjacent to a portion of Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park, which features basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts, picnic tables, charcoal grills, playground equipment for the kids, and a wonderful boardwalk along the Indian River Lagoon. That being said, NSB also offers some great local restaurants and it’s only a short drive back into town to find many of them. Suggestions? Blackbeard’s Inn, or JB’s Fish Camp, for some fresh, blackened Mahi Mahi. The Breakers, or Lost Lagoon Wings & Grill, for a juicy cheeseburger. The NSB Sea Shack for some wood-fired pizza. McKenna’s Place, or Flagler Tavern, for a little bit of everything. Overall, it’s a property, a location, and an experience I would highly recommend.”

–Joseph K., Yonkers, NY., Cedar Island Club E204