“Bella Vista” means beautiful view, and that is exactly what you will find in this wonderful one-bedroom, one-bath condominium located at Port O Call F 301. What is amazing is that the beautiful view offered at “Bella Vista” can be found throughout the condominium. Kitchen, living room, foyer, bedroom, screen porch and widows walk all offer spectacular oceanfront views. Located on the top floor and an end property, “Bella Vista” cannot be matched regarding the beautiful views that you will find overlooking the Atlantic.
The screen porch, located off the living area and master bedroom, is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sunrise, dolphins dancing in the waves or the ships making their way to Charleston Harbor. If you would like enjoy the sun with the beautiful view, climb the spiral staircase to visit the widow’s walk that offers panoramic views of the ocean and Wild Dunes Resort.
Cozy and comfortable, “Bella Vista” recently completed (2015) a number of upgrades including all new flooring. It looks fantastic! Port O Call F 301 offers nicely furnished accommodations that feature a nautical décor and tile flooring in the kitchen. The Master Bedroom features a king bed plus a sleeper sofa in the living area to provide additional space for the kids. A washer and dryer are provided as well as two televisions, two DVD players and wireless internet access. The Port O’Call private community pool is only steps away from “Bella Vista”.
Try “Bella Vista” at Port O’ Call F 301 during your next vacation to enjoy one of the most beautiful views!
Features Wild Dunes Resort Club Sports Card! A Sports Card is required to access the Club Swim Center, Club Fitness Room (entry fee), Tennis Center (court fees apply). Access granted to Palm Cove Pool after 3pm and Boardwalk Inn Pool after 4pm with Sports Card.
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Listed rates do not include additional taxes & fees for the stay.
Listed rates may not reflect any current specials and/or discounts available.
Please inquire for an exact and all inclusive quote.
For payment, we accept V/MC/AMEX/DISC.
35% deposit due at time of booking
65% balance due 45 days prior to arrival
Travel Insurance is available for an additional 7% of the total cost plus taxes.
Live Like a Local
Chad Timmons, Reservations Manager
1. Taking the wife & twins to Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. Located right under the Arthur Ravenel Bridge on the Mount Pleasant side, this park has an incredible Ravenel Bridge themed playground, large spaces for picnicking/playing/viewing outdoor movies, a huge 1,250-foot-long fishing/walking pier, and the delicious River Watch Cafe Sandwich & Ice Cream shop. With Movies in the Park, Party in the Parks, and other seasonal festivals, there is always some fun to be had here!
2. Lunching at Home Team BBQ - Sullivan's Island. If you are on Sullivan's for lunch, there is a great chance you will catch Chad grabbing a bite at his back left table. The food is incredible and a staple of Charleston now with three locations (West Ashley, Sullivan's Island, and Downtown Charleston). Home Team offers a variety of food with incredible BBQ, brisket, smoked chicken wings, shrimp tacos and daily lunch specials that keep you coming back for more. Always quick to the table delivered with a smile. It's also a great place for local music in the evenings. http://hometeambbq.com/
3. Enjoying Lunch, Dinner, and/or Drinks on Shem Creek. Shem Creek is a Mount Pleasant landmark located in the Charleston area. Whether you are dining on a porch, seated indoors, or simply having a cocktail outside at one of the many establishments on Shem Creek, you will have a great view of the creek, local shrimp boats, and usually porpoises that frequent the area. Have a cocktail at Vickery's Shark Fin Bar, eat some World Famous Fish Bites at Water's Edge Cabana Bar, and slurp the best oysters in Charleston at Shem Creek Bar & Grill's back Oyster Bar. After you eat, take a stroll along the new boardwalk at Shem Creek Park to take in the breathtaking views of the creek and its surrounding wetlands
Additional amenities include: playground, cycling, elevator, porch furniture, resort, bicycles, beach, cultural/historic, minimum age for renters, gated community, garbage disposal, adventure, surfing, sailing, shopping, outdoor furniture, wet bar, swimming, coffee maker, walking, golf, roller blading, fishing, iron/ironing board, sightseeing.