Shell Isle
Waterfront Condos For Sale on Marco Island

Address: 902 Panama Ct., Marco Island, FL
Year built: 1979
# of units: 12
Minimum lease: 7 Days (Max once per month)
Pets: None
Views: Canal
Maintenance Fee: Contact Us

Relaxing in the warm sun of Florida can be even more enjoyable when you decide to make Shell Isle your destination. It’s better when you realize that this is a place you may want to call home. Built in 1979 and located in the South End of Marco Island at 902 Panama Court, with 12 units distributed over two floors, this is an ideal spot to spend those lazy retirement days or just a few days away from the hurried life of the city. Not only is it affordable, you can come every month for a seven-day stay if you choose to make it your home away from home instead of your permanent dwelling. Either way, you will find Shell Isle idyllic for a life of pleasure.

The floors plans for each unit at Shell Isle condos range in size from 1,300 square feet to a spacious 1,800 square feet. With this kind of space, you will have room for the whole family and maybe even your in-laws for a few days. Living here is the perfect way to get your fill of all the wonderful recreational activities that are offered on Marco Island, from parasailing to scuba diving to fishing for that prize fish you have been just itching to catch.

Shell Isle is considered to be both a boating condo and a walk-to-the- beach condo since you are so close to South Marco Beach. Days lying on the beach with a good book or great conversation with other residents are possible since you are just a hop, skip, and jump from the beautiful white sandy beach. It just sounds too inviting to not just pack up and head to Shell Isle.

Whether you are looking for seashells to add to your collection or simply taking a sunbath and enjoying the Gulf of Mexico, living or vacationing at Shell Isle means that you will have the time of your life relaxing and having fun. You will feel as if you are getting away from it all every day you call Shell Isle home. What could possibly be better than this?