Location! Location! Gulf front.
Location! Location! Gulf front with sparkling captiva beach right out the front door, yet it is a short walk to the village to visit your favorite bar or restaurant. This is the house that has it all -- close to the village, but far enough away to enjoy the quiet and private life on miles of shell strewn beach. This gulf to bay location affords the best of both shores with quick access to the inter-coastal water of pine island sound for fishing and boating. You'll be captivated by beauty, both inside and outside, when you visit this 5 bedroom/4 bath luxurious home on captiva island. Aloha baby is professionally decorated with a warm, welcoming, casual feel that's accompanied by amazing openness and breath-taking views. This property with developed tropical landscaping and a quiet, secluded heated pool and spa is truly an island paradise. Enjoy unobstructed views of the Gulf of Mexico from the many windows in the spacious Master Bedroom with King sized bed and a large chaise lounge for afternoon napping or reading. The master suite includes a flat screen TV with cable, DVD player, walk-in closet, and master bath with 2 person, 10 jet tub, separate shower, double sinks, and dressing table. Step out of the French doors to enjoy your large private master balcony and view amazing sunsets. Aloha Baby features a fully equipped, gourmet kitchen with gas stove top, dual ovens, large subzero refrigerator/freezer. Custom cabinetry, granite counters, and tile complete the sleek look. The Laundry Room is conveniently located off of the kitchen. Bamboo wood floors compliment the large living room with gas fireplace, vaulted ceilings, plantation shutters, and plenty of plush seating. The sitting nook has a large flat screen TV. The entire home, including the pool area, is equipped with surround sound speakers. The Theatre room with 78' flat screen has 4 large leather recliners and a reclining love seat. Wireless internet is available from any room in the house. Nature abounds on the tranquil isles of Captiva and Sanibel Islands. The shoreline i