Video of the Week: Stork’s Nest

Located in the quiet coastal community of Grayton Beach, Stork’s Nest is the perfect place to spend your next family vacation. This beautiful six-bedroom Old Florida style beach house is perfect for trips with extended family or group getaways. This beachfront vacation home has everything you need for a relaxing stay in South Walton. Check out this video to see why this 30A beach house is perfect for your next vacation.

Stork’s Nest is great for larger group vacations.

This unique gulf-front home is ideal for family trips as it accommodates up to twenty guests. The home features six bedrooms and six bathrooms. Every bedroom features its own private ensuite bathroom. In addition, Stork’s Nest is an Old Florida style beach house with a large open floor plan, which makes it perfect for entertaining. Guests will especially love the unparalleled gulf views throughout the property. Whether you’re hanging out in the living room, preparing a meal in the kitchen, or relaxing in one of the three gulf-view bedrooms, you’ll love watching the waves crash against the shore from the window. Additionally, there’s a ton of outdoor living space as well, which makes hosting a group get-together at this 30a beach house even easier.

You’ll love the gulf-front pool and private beach access at this Old Florida style beach house.

In addition to Stork’s Nest’s spacious floor plan, the home also features a ton of great amenities everyone in your party will love. For example, Stork’s Nest boasts a large beachfront pool that’s perfect for families. The pool deck has plenty of seating and even includes a grill area. Additionally, the pool is perfect for guests staying in colder months when the gulf is a bit chilly because guests can apply pool heat for just $30 a day. The home also sits directly on the beach, so guests have their own private beach boardwalk that takes them directly to the beach from the pool. In summer months, guests also get one set of complimentary beach service as well.

Grayton Beach is a great place to spend your next vacation.

Stork’s Nest is located within the quiet gulf-front community of Gulf Trace in Grayton Beach. It’s safe to say that this is a beach town you’ll want to check out because Grayton Beach actually made Coastal Living’s List of the Top 10 Walking Beaches. Grayton Beach feature’s sugar-white sand, turquoise water, historic cottages, and protected state forests. Additionally, the town’s unofficial slogan is “nice dogs, strange people,” so that gives you an idea of what this quirky beach town is like. There are also tons of fun things to do and amazing restaurants in Grayton Beach you’ll have to dine at while you’re there.

Overall, this Old Florida style beach house is the perfect place to spend your next getaway. With tons of space for entertaining family, great amenities, and an incredible location, it doesn’t get much better. Book your stay in this Grayton Beach home today!

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