Last Updated on July 7, 2023

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The coastal getaway of your dreams awaits at this Florida beach house for rent! An Amelia Island vacation rental with only sand dune between you and the ocean!

Exquisitely designed by DeLoach Design of New York and Charlottesville, this five-bedroom, seven-bathroom oceanfront stunner features luxury appointments with mid-century furniture and art throughout exceeding the wishes of even the most discerning traveler.

Sunrises over the Atlantic never looked as good as they do through the dream home’s fully glassed back wall and large concrete patio.

Even during busy summer holidays, your beachfront will feel almost private.

Perfect for Large Groups on Amelia Island

Whether visiting Amelia Island for the Concours d’Elegance, the Georgia-Florida football game, a wedding, family reunion or holiday vacation, this luxury Florida beach house for rent will accommodate 10 adults comfortably with five bedrooms and six full baths. Even pets are welcome!

Six cars park easily in the Amelia Island vacation rental drive-through parking area.

The kitchen features Jenn Aire appliances with double ovens, microwave, warming drawer and prep sink. Lots of room to work with a beautiful view of the courtyard! A Big Green Egg outdoor grill is perfect for steaks, burgers and seafood.

Bedroom with ocean view
Photo courtesy of VRBO

Two screened porches, a roof deck, outside patio and front courtyard all offer ample opportunities for social gatherings or quiet, personal getaways. You’ll think you can see all the way to Portugal from the third story roof deck – one of the best views on Amelia Island!

Air conditioning, fireplace, washer and drying, strong wi-fi, big-screen TVs, a game room – this Florida beach house for rent has it all.

The Reviews Are In

Don’t take our word for it. Here are verbatim reviews from the property’s VRBO page:

“The house was amazing.”

“We loved this place! It is ideally situated right on the beach, near several great golf courses, and not far from town central and several restaurants and entertainment venues.”

“The owner could not have been nicer and more helpful. Definitely stay here if you have the chance!”

“Perfect location right on the beach.”

“Can’t beat the views and walk to the beach. Hope to return next year!”

“Property even better than pictures!”

“Stunning architectural marvel located right on the ocean.”

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Seasons of Amelia Island

Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach are located in the very northeastern corner of Florida along the Atlantic Ocean and border with Georgia. As such, December, January and February can be chilly – highs in the 50s are common – but just as often you’ll have sunny warm days in the 70s.

Spring – February, March and April – is a delight, as is fall – October and November.

The summer is long and hot, but sea breezes and dips in the ocean take the edge off.

Natural Splendor

Florida beach house for rent muhly grass and dune sunflower.
Florida beach house for rent muhly grass and dune sunflower.

This Florida beach house for rent goes the extra mile in protecting the property’s dune, which protects the property from storms. Amelia Island has one of the best protected dune systems on the East Coast, making it one of the least likely locations in Florida to experience property damage from seaside storm surge.

The property owner has worked with the local Florida Native Plant Society chapter to install native plants throughout the dune which are a delight for visitors who see bursts of color from dune sunflower, bee balm, wild poinsettia, scarlet sage, seaside goldenrod, Spanish needle, muhly grass and others. The plants are pollinators, attracting butterflies, and anchor the dune through their deep root systems.

Keep an eye out for threatened gopher tortoises burrowing in the back yard dune. They’re tortoises, not turtles, so don’t put them in the water! Amelia Island is a hotspot for nesting sea turtles, so keep an eye out for them and their nests on the beach from May through October.

Backside of Florida beach house for rent as seen from dune.
Backside of Florida beach house for rent as seen from dune.

What to do on Amelia Island

From special events to golf, fishing, beachcombing, nature walks, birding, sunbathing, shopping in the historic Victorian downtown of Fernandina Beach, fine and casual dining, you’ll have no shortage of things to do on your Amelia Island vacation. Enjoy a private boat tour of the island or a walking beach tour to learn why this is called “The Isle of Eight Flags.”

The owner/operators of live in Fernandina Beach and give this Florida beach house for rent our highest recommendation!

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