Not all units are the same. I have been upgrading my unit over the last 12 months. This year you will find a new Kitchen and Bath rooms with Granite counter tops. also, I have just added a personal Concierge who is located next to my condo
Read our house rules
To: Renters and Owners of Endless Beach Condo. Please read our
"House Rules", They are designed so everyone can enjoy their stay with us. Please read the last paragraph for better understanding.
Per Endless Beach Association (EBCA) By-Laws, the following must be adhered to:
Please be considerate! Electricity is very expensive in Costa Rica so we ask that during your stay you conserve the A/C when possible.
No smoking at any time inside the condo.
No owner/renter shall cause, or permit to be caused, noise in his/her unit or in the common areas which interferes with the peace and quiet of other residents. In addition the hours between 10PM and 7AM are considered quite time hours and any excess noise is not allowed.
Only 1 pet (either dog or cat) is allowed in any condo with owner permission. A $100.00 pet damage deposit is required. There is a leash law at all times and each pet owner is responsible to pick up any poop left by the pet. Failure to do so will result in a fine of $50.00 for each occurrence.
Hours of operation are from 8AM – 10PM with swimming at your own risk. The EBCA assumes no liability for accidents.
Glass containers are prohibited in the pool area.
Air flotation devices are permitted in the pool if they do not inconvenience swimmers.
Use of the pool is restricted to owners, renters, and their guests. No more than 2 guests per condo will be permitted. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Running, screaming, throwing of objects or other boisterous conduct is not permitted in the pool area or in any common area.
All persons known to be or suspected of being afflicted with an infectious disease, suffering from a cough, cold or sores, or wearing Band-Aids or bandages shall be excluded from swimming in the pool.
Lanais and Balconies
Lanais and balconies may be furnished with appropriate tables, chairs and chaise lounges. Other articles not usually considered as normal lanai/balcony furniture will not be permitted.
Lanais/balconies will not be used to keep or store sports, athletic or aquatic equipment, surplus items in cardboard boxes or paper and plastic bags, clotheslines, clothes drying racks or other types of personal belongings.
Towels and bathing apparel and clothing cannot be hung over the lanai/balcony railings, in windows or so as to be visible from the outside of the building.
Barbecuing is not permitted on lanais/balconies and must be restricted to the Tiki bar area.
Please be cautious around any Palm trees as we are not responsible for falling coconuts.
No items of any sort can be stored and/or left in condo stairways or hallways. Owners/renters doing so will be responsible for any and all damages caused by any of these items or their use. Owners/renters will receive one warning to remove such items and then a fine of $25.00 will be assessed each day thereafter. After 3 days, the condo association has the right to confiscate these items.
As a renter, if you continually violate these rules and regulations you may be asked to leave the property and you will forfeit any rental monies paid. Additionally, after the first violation warning, you will be fined $25 per incident and all fines owing must be settled prior to check-out.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
•MARYLAND FINANCE COMPANY - OWNER
1993 to Present •LICENSED REAL ESTATE AGENT
1993 to Present •MCCLESKEY PROPERTIES – OWNER and MANAGE 21 properties, Residential and Commercial
located in Maryland, Hawaii, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Costa Rica and Brazil
1989 to Present •ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY- Owned and operated 4 Allstate Agencies 1986 to
2010 •OCEAN CITY BEACH PATROL (CREW CHIEF), Ocean City, Maryland 1971 to 1976 •UNIVERSITY OF TENNESEE AT MARTIN- BS Degree, Criminal Justice, graduated 1975
A LITTLE ABOUT MARK –
I learned three lessons that were the keys to my success: •You need to want it ( to accomplish things ) so bad you can taste it
•Surround yourself with successful people
•You need to work your rear-end off
I try to live my life using three principles I learned the hard way. •Integrity; do what is right and avoid what’s wrong
•Treat people like you want to be treated
•Do the very best you can every time
Lessons learned from adversity: •A high personal cost in self-esteem sometimes
•Peer groups you often become associated with are not conducive to your improvement
•Embarrassment is the cost of caring about what people think
•Loneliness when no one understands
Benefits from adversity: •Gaining patience. Seldom are you able to accomplish something the first time
•Learning that failing is not bad. You need to keep trying
•Developing a drive and motivating others
•Developing personal fortitude