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938 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Beach Cottage

This is a 938 sq. ft. off grid beach cottage for sale that is only accessible by boat on Keewaydin Island in Southwest Florida. If you include the outdoor porch living space there’s a total living area of 1,238 sq. ft.


The artisan built cottage has been featured on Bob Vila and previously owned and occupied by Florida artist Paul Arsanault.

This cottage is nestled on 1.8 acres and has direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. The secluded cottage offers stunning waterfront views, beach frontage and a private boat dock!

As you arrive by boat you take a short walk up the broad walk to enter the cottage. You’ll notice a large screen enclosed porch that has a relaxing lounge area and built in bar. What a great spot to enjoy a tropical cocktail while gazing out over the beach, right?

Inside the cottage there is a spacious kitchen for cooking your catch of the day and a large dining area that opens up to the screened-in porch so you can enjoy the ocean breeze with no mosquitos while eating and relaxing. The bedroom also has views of the beach and also has large screened enclosed windows so you can feel as if you were sleeping right on the beach!

How would you like to live in this eco friendly off grid beach cottage?  Well, it’s currently for sale with a asking price of $599,000 and is just a short boat ride to beautiful Naples, Florida. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

938 Sq. Ft. Little Marco Beach Cottage

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Images © The Irvin Group

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Images © The Irvin Group

Learn more:  http://theirvingroup.idxbroker.com/idx/details/listing/c005/215038070/11776-Little-Marco-NAPLES-FL-34113

A big thank you to Sherry Irvin for sharing this off grid beach cottage with us!

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  • Hudson September 1, 2015, 1:42 pm

    A/C ??????

  • Robert September 1, 2015, 1:54 pm

    On Cay Caulker, Belize, you can buy ten of these for the same price, and they will personally deliver the lobster dinner to you daily!

    • kristina nadreau September 18, 2015, 8:26 pm

      robert, I would love to get one of these on Caye Caulker for $59,900. I live in Corozal. find me on facebook and leave a private message. thanks, kris It is bigger than I need.

  • Sharee September 1, 2015, 2:49 pm

    Pretty. Looks peaceful. But 938sf is by no means small.

    • Deadrock September 2, 2015, 12:03 pm

      Anything under 1,000sf is considered small. Usually “tiny” is any sq. footage under 400. But these distinctions aren’t written in stone.

  • Genene September 1, 2015, 3:47 pm

    I may be in the minority on your mailing list, but I’ve realized I don’t want to live “tiny”–though I love the way every space is utilized in the tiny homes I see and I pick up lots of ideas. However, about 1000 square feet would work well for me and my herd of doggies, so I also appreciate seeing homes the size of this one, which also generate many ideas I can adapt to my situation. So thank you!

    • Alex September 1, 2015, 7:20 pm

      Well said, Genene! Happy to hear that you know what you want (even if it’s not tiny!). And although 1000 sq. ft. may seem “huge” compared to a 100 or 200 sq ft tiny house, it’s actually quite small relative to the average American home. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  • Karen September 1, 2015, 5:14 pm

    My Mobile home is 988 sq.ft. too me it takes a long time for me to walk all the way to the front.. I would love to have a smaller home. I thought if I had a chainsaw I could make it smaller…kidding.. My home is nice Remodeled it, new wood floors ( Laminated) .. I’m always in my room because that’s where the ac window unit is.. The Whole house doesn’t have ac..

  • Rosemary Clist September 2, 2015, 3:32 pm

    How much would this place rent for for 1-2 weeks? It is quite spectacular! Also, how many does it sleep?

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