This house is more beautiful than the pictures show. It's close by stores and the beach is a short drive away. This house is a vacation rental property, managed by an agent. If this had been clear, I would not have booked this house, as this practice has helped ruin the rental and housing markets in many major cities. I have severe environmental and animal allergies, and sneezed a storm every time I sat on the couches, and the floors were dirty on our first day there. I had to wear shoes inside the entire stay to keep dirt off my feet. There was hair on the master bed pillows, as well as a stain. There were house rules not listed on AirBnb that I was unaware of until we reached the property. We had to replace household items we used, including dishwashing liquid and paper towels. We were expected to wash all the linens we used, but had to buy our own detergent to do so. There were no basic condiments and seasonings available to use, and we ended up spending around $300 just stocking the kitchen for three days. The roof leaks, despite being recently replaced, the satellite tv bill apparently went unpaid and was cut off on our last day, and the garbage disposal didn't work. I understand that when you are staying in someone's home, expectations are different, than hotels, and vary from one another, but I've never stayed in a home where I had to put the trash on the curb, especially since it had not been done before we arrived. Some of these hangups (the roof, disposal, floors, dirty linens) were most likely by chance, and probably won't be an issue during another stay, but I won't be staying here again, and I'd like to help someone else make a well-informed decision.