Sea Chase, built 1995, is one of Vanderbilt Beach’s most statuesque treasures. An eye catching nine story high-rise comprised of 31 units total with 8 floors of residential over the lobby level, garages and under building parking.
There are 4 units per floor on levels 2 through 8 with 3 coveted penthouses on the 9th floor. Higher 9’ foot ceilings, transitional floor plans (easily further opened), a generous rental policy, and Sea Chase’s sweet spot on an oversized beach front parcel translates to many record sales.
The end units, the 01 & 04 stacks, hold the 3 bedroom 2 bath units. The interior 02 & 03 stacks comprise the 2 bedroom 2 baths. They range in size from 1340’ square feet to 1582’. The three 9th floor penthouses offer some 2049’ to 3200′ square feet.
Sea Chase’s sublime connection with the Gulf of Mexico is up close and personal. The 2nd story end units boast additional outdoor terraces that extend from their lanais. The interior 9th floor penthouse features the only 2 story residence with a rooftop terrace. Covered catwalks that lead to the units feel protective and secure.
A gated beach front condominium with a lobby entry phone & an on-site manager. Parking is ample with 13 garages, an assigned space under building or outside with extra guest parking.
Sea Chase allows 12 leases per year with a 30 day minimum.
A pet friendly building with one dog allowed up to 15” inches to the shoulder or 2 cats and birds.
Amenities include a beach front pool with a picturesque catwalk to the beach and extra storage.
A gem of a location within walking distance to the south end of Gulf Shore Drive for fine and fun dining from the –toes-in-the-sand Turtle Club to the laid back Lighthouse, The Ritz Carlton’s Gumbo Limbo beach side bar and café and more. Walk north on Gulf Shore Drive past 3 beach front buildings to arrive at Baleen, arguably the finest beach front cuisine in Naples at La Playa’s Beach and Golf resort. Just enough footsteps in either direction to offer the feel of a beach less traveled.
The excitement of Uptown a stone’s throw away and the trip downtown via the back roads west of 41 (aka the Tamiami Trail) an easy, delightful journey.