Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, this home not only has great open-water views from almost every room, but also quick and easy, no-bridge access to the Gulf of Mexico via Stump Pass. Built in 2009, the open floor plan of the living area allows a free flow of conversation and movement from the family room to the kitchen to the dining room and the deck, making it great for hosting family and friends. In addition to the expansive master suite, the home has two other bedrooms, each in a separate corner of the home and each with their own bath, maximizing convenience as well as privacy. The rear bedroom is currently set up as a den. An office with double sliding doors could easily convert to a fourth bedroom. The home has an elevator for easy access from the garage to the upstairs so you don't have to carry luggage or groceries up the stairs. Two double garages give plenty of parking for cars, boats or golf carts plus a workshop. The downstairs also has a sitting area with French doors that open to a ground-level patio. The dock with electric lift is on water deep enough for almost any boat you might want. A concrete seawall protects your shoreline. There is room to put in a small pool near the dock area.