Carpe Diem

'Carpe Diem' is Latin for "Seize the Day", and this ocean-to-river 7BR/6BA beach-house stunner deserves the name! Sleeping well over a dozen, the house is thisclose to the Atlantic Ocean -- a child can throw a stone into the surf from the deck! And -- somehow -- on the home's other side, the house is just as close to the Indian River, with a private dock for your boat, jetski or other water toy. (In this area of idyllic Stuart Florida, marine life abounds, as the Indian River Estuary is widely regarded as the most biodiverse estuary in all of North America, according to the Florida Oceanographic Institute).

Property Details

BedroomsBedrooms: 7
BathroomsBaths: 6
SleepsSleeps: 20


Recreation AreaRiverfront Recreation Area
Riverfront AreaRiverfront
Resort AccessResort Access
Hot TubHot Tub
Pet FriendlyPet Friendly
Kid FriendlyKid Friendly

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How to Book

Located in Stuart FL, "Carpe Diem" is available on all major travel websites and beach house rental booking platforms. For pricing and availability, visit your favorite travel site and search for "Stuart FL". Use the map feature to navigate east towards the oceanfront, just seaward of the towns of Stuart FL and Sewall's Point FL. (Carpe Diem is located a few miles north of the St. Lucie ocean inlet, and about 1 mile south of the last major bridge from the mainland to South Hutchinson Island.)

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3D Tour

Take the Carpe Diem virtual tour via MatterPort 3D (or click the following image)
To explore Carpe Diem in 3D, click the image

Floor Plan



First Floor Living Areas:

Second Floor with Bedrooms:

Observation Deck that Doubles as a Bedroom:

Aerial view of South Hutchinson Island

Guest Book

Previous guests have posted zillions of reviews online, at all the different travel websites, Facebook, Google Reviews, Yelp and beyond.  Even more elect to do it “the old-fashioned way” . . . by making hand-written entries into a physical journal located at the home itself: