'Feelin' Good Again'', is just steps away from Seaside's bustling town square, and a short walk to one of the most captivating beaches on the Gulf Coast. Historically significant, the home was previously known and operated as the Vera Bradley Bed and Breakfast.
Currently used as a popular vacation rental, this charming home is one of few available to accommodate large groups. The towering two-story veranda might initially take your breath away, but it's only the beginning of the exquisite and timeless interior.
An expansive rooftop deck gives unparalleled views of the Gulf of Mexico, while this picture-perfect antebellum style home exudes charm and luxury at every angle. The grand interior of the eight bedroom/eight bath main house does not disappoint, displaying a perfect balance of high-end finishes and traditional, liveable Seaside style. The updated, modern gourmet kitchen is complete with a Thermador range and marble countertops.
Each of the eight unique bedrooms displays seasonless versatility, private ensuites, and personal wet bars. A separate carriage house with two guest suites, separate kitchenettes, and separate sitting rooms is nestled on the property, which can be rented separately from the main house.
38 Seaside Avenue exudes simply classic yet impactful style with all the comforts of home, making it ideal for any size family, or a large group gathering. Seaside is the original quintessential New Urban Beach town where "The Truman Show" was filmed and currently the Emerald Coast's epicenter for both fine and food truck dining, theatre, and musical events.