Park your boat in the backyard and enjoy stunning views of Manatee Bay in this fabulous, 2br, 2bath, 2car garage home nestled in the quaint fishing village of Manatee Pocket, Stuart. This home belongs in Maine on the bay it's so stunning with driftwood lights, concrete countertops, handmade cabinets with copper pulls and baths are newly updated. The attached porch/tikibar is the talk of the neighborhood. Pull up a stool to the bar and have a tall one! The 24x24 garage has built in workbench. Extra paved driveway for boat storage. Tons of fruit trees, mango,lemon grass, and more. Drop your boat in around the corner or just walk the waterline ,Shrimpers, Twisted Tuna and King Neptunes! See Additional Remarks! House interior was taken to studs in the bathrooms. Any wood used was pressure treated or cedar. Entire house re-tiled with all old tile removed. Air conditioning system is new (ducts, compressor, etc.). Kitchen was fully remodeled Personal touches include: Kitchen light was constructed from driftwood found on the Allagash River in Maine. Hand railing in the main room is driftwood from a river in central Alaska. The artwork in front is hand painted pressure treated wood. The front sign post with destinations was hand made to reflect origins of visitors and our family travel routes. The manatee on the backdoor going to the garage was hand painted by my sister. The front door has hand -carved exterior (swimming fish). The shelves are made from wood I milled off our property in NH. Cactus skeleton is from New Mexico and feather is from an Osprey from Jupiter. Kitchen counter tops were constructed in the back yard and have no chemicals used on them-just bee's wax from the hive behind the house. (Hive can be relocated but does produce at least 50lbs of honey every year). The kitchen cabinet handles were hand forged from scrap copper taken from the house during renovation. Stained glass windows were handmade. The frame from the kitchen island was from flotsam after hurricane Mathew, found on Hutchinson Island. Tiki bar overhead light hand made from a pallet. Palm fronds from Carlin Park. Outside door is hand constructed. Shutters are all hand-made from pressure treated wood. All bamboo was harvested from the neighbor's backyard. The door on slider in master bedroom is from a barn in NH and the wood was taken from a boat building shop. The board on the wall in master bedroom where clothes are hung was found in Hobe Sound at Perck'/s Lake. The seashells seen in the house were mostly from Jupiter area over the years. The pantry wood door with leaded glass windows was from a remodeled church. There are other stories but these are the main points. There are multiple fruit-producing plants on the property. The have been harvested from most of these and some are on the way> They include: Pineapples Mango Lemon Grass Loquats Coconuts Avocados Cherries Sea Grapes Longans Bananas Vanilla orchids Papaya Passion Fruit
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