The building, being right on the beach, is designed for those wanting to take advantage of the best that beachfront living has to offer. Marbelle is built to the highest specifications, and designed to ensure comfort and security. The units vary from 1,900 square feet up to more than 2,300 square feet. They also offer several floor plans with two and three bedrooms and two and three bathrooms. Marbelle was built in 1981, and there are 17 floors with six condos per floor. They are much larger than most developed during that time; even the hallways are wide, spacious, and inviting. Not only does Marbelle have space, but it also has storage and utility areas galore – inside the condos, including in-unit laundry, and a lighted storage room in the hallway outside. Plus, there is even additional storage in the covered parking area.
Buying a Marco Island beachfront condo is not just about owning property, it’s also about enjoying the very best that the Island has to offer. The Marbelle Club doesn’t disappoint; it promotes a comfortable but active lifestyle to its residents by providing various amenities – everything you need to make your new home feel like home. Marbelle is the perfect spot for you to have a taste of endless fun and excitement under the sun, and also relish in downtime and relaxation.
There are three tennis courts at the front of the property, surrounded by shrubbery and palm trees to offer privacy. There are fully equipped fitness rooms and an activities room. The swimming pool and spa have a spacious sundeck that also overlooks the coast. Next to the sundeck is a private boardwalk leading directly to the white sand. There is a quaint eating area to enjoy a quick bite and marvel in the view before heading down for some fun in the sun.
The property is close to one of the island’s most famous shopping centers, The Marco Walk Plaza – an open-air mall that features a variety of upscale stores, restaurants, and a movie theater. The plaza is the perfect place for a fun night out. Caxambas Park and Marina is also just a short drive away. There, you can take a boat ride out into the Gulf or spend the day cruising through the Ten Thousand Islands watching for dolphins and Florida’s endangered manatees that frequent the waters there.