Mangrove Cottage

Mangrove Cottage is the top-of-the-line in Useppa Village living. Completely remodeled with the highest quality materials, you’ll feel immediately at home and ready to enjoy your immaculately maintained island cottage. No expense was spared and no upgrade overlooked by the seller who takes great pride in their investments. The interior is magnificent and in August of 2016 the entire outside porch was re-decked with Azek composite materials, fastened with color matching hardware. The handrail and raised platform for the two air conditioning units was also completely rebuilt with pressure treated lumber with the highest grade of craftsmanship.

  The interior decorations and appointments are fantastic and gain the attraction of even the most conflicting tastes. Casual and comfortable, but not without a hint of island luxury. The spacious kitchen has been opened up to accommodate multiple “chefs” or hungry vagabonds seeking handouts, with plenty of room to work together without congestion.

Mangrove Cottage is one of the few Useppa Village Cottages that has a third bathroom, a quality which will leave many of your neighbors jealous and your guests thankful. If you’ve any desire to take advantage of the Useppa Island Club rental program, that third bathroom would often be a deciding factor for our Members and their guests seeking the right accommodation for their own rental use, resulting in a higher net income than Village averages.

Outside, your access to the Useppa Village dock is only a few steps away where your boat will be waiting for the next family adventure, or to simply run for groceries.

Mangrove Cottage is proudly offered at $625,000, totally turn key and furnished.

Useppa Property Company
P.O. Box 640
Useppa Island, FL 33922
Licensed Real Estate Broker




Hurricane Charley, 10 Years Later..

10 years later….

On August 13th 2004, Hurricane Charley passed directly over Useppa Island leaving in its wake a tragedy of what seemed like insurmountable proportions. There wasn’t a home, cottage, or tree that was left untouched, some much more than others. All of us stood in awe and sadness bearing witness to the power nature holds and damage it can bring to our magical little island.

The island community came together hand in hand to do what we all knew had to be done; come back better than before, and without the support and cooperation by everyone it could never have been accomplished. All worked tirelessly to rebuild what had been shattered, and to join together what had been separated.

August 13th will forever be a date linked to the history of Useppa and a testament to its unwavering commitment by all to keep making it better.