Ross’s Comments – What you Need to Know about Bath Club
Situated on over 5 acres on the ocean, the Bath Club offers privacy, resort amenities, a full service restaurant, private club, wellness spa, concierge, and even two clay tennis courts.
The main tower has 8 units per floor, standard 10 foot ceilings, with either private and semi private elevators. There are 4 “flow through” units on each floor offering city and ocean views (lines 04,05, 06 & 07).
There are 6 five story, beach front villas, each consisting of 5685 sf of living space with private pools.
The private club located at 5937 Collins Ave and 5.3 acres of recreational land is owned by the original developer, R. Donahue Peebles.
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UNIT SIZES 1,904 – 5,700 sq. ft (177 – 530 m²)
UNIT TYPES 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedrooms
# OF UNITS 118
# OF FLOORS 20
# OF PARKING LEVELS 2
ARCHITECT Revuelta Vega Leon, P.A.
DEVELOPER Peebles Atlantic Development Corporation
PET POLICY Pets allowed subject to restrictions.
24-hour concierge, valet & security
5 acres on the ocean with resort amenities
Maid service (upon request)
Swimming pool with lap lanes
2 clay tennis courts
Full service restaurant & club
Formal ballrooms, billiards and game room
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