Beautiful Gulf Intracostal Waterway Beach Views

Upstairs Master Bathroom

Upstairs Master Bedroom Sitting Area

Downstairs Master with en-suite Bathroom

Upstairs Bedroom #2 with Jack & Jill Full Bathroom

Upstairs Bedroom #2

View From Front Door

13948 Playa Way

Our beautiful and spacious home is a 4-bedroom townhouse within the Banana Bay community. This peaceful and colorful community is located on Perdido Key. Situated geographically between the Gulf of Mexico and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.  Our townhouse has two master-bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. Upstairs you will also find two large bedrooms, each with 2 queen beds. One bedroom adjoins a shared full bathroom.  High ceilings throughout the home enhance the large roomy living and sleeping area. 

Our patio sits on the white sand of Banana Bay's private community beach. Calm ocean salt-water, perfect for small children, who will love searching for hermit crabs and collecting seashells.  You can sit on the patio for a cool evening drink and enjoy the beautiful sunset over the Intracoastal Waterway, watch the dolphins swim with the tide and the barges move up and down the waterway. 

Johnson's Beach is just a short 5-minute drive away from the townhouse. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy a day swimming and playing in the Gulf of Mexico. The main beach area has restrooms, picnic pavilions, and lifeguards on duty during the day.

A short 5-minute walk from the townhouse takes you to the famous Perdido Key Oyster Bar Restaurant.  Great food and great service!  Blackened Tuna, Pan Fried Grouper with toasted almonds, and the Caribbean Chicken are just a few of the items on their great menu.  If you are looking for a great appetizer try the Blue Cheese Kettle Chips or BBQ Shrimp! 

Great golfing can be found just across the street at the Lost Key Golf course.  Redesigned by the Arnold Palmer Design Group in 2006, the par 71 signature designed championship course features the premiere grass Sea Dwarf Paspalum from tee to green for the optimum in quality playing surfaces and green speeds. Each golf hole includes four sets of tees, and offers players of all skill levels a unique visual and strategic playing experience. Lost Key was the first golf course in the state of Florida and the world to be certified as an Audubon International Silver Signature Sanctuary.