Cove of San DE Loro Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Cove of San De Loro is a collection of townhomes situated alongside Escambia Bay. Each of these split-level properties features a balcony that faces the sea. A thick grove of trees separates the backside of the development from the Scenic Highway, creating an effective sound barrier and privacy screen. Residents have use of a private dock and pier to moor a boat, or perhaps to do a bit of shore fishing. A sandy beach fronts almost the entire length of the complex. This is a compact community, totaling six buildings with three homes per building.
Schools are all inland, accessible by car, but probably not by foot. The closest public schools are Scenic Elementary and Ferry Pass Middle, west of the Scenic Highway. Following the highway north leads to the University of West Florida and its Archaeology Museum and Wildlife Refuge. Close to the school lies Macky Bay, a local fishing spot known for its abundance of salmon and bass. North of the school is the Escambia River Wildlife Management Area, which has several fishable lakes and streams.
Following Scenic Highway south and then west along Pensacola Bay eventually leads to downtown Pensacola, where the roadway’s name changes to East Cervantes Street. On the way it passes Chimney Park, Lavallet Park, and a string of beaches and waterside restaurants. The Pensacola Regional Airport, Pensacola State College, and Cordova Mall are all close to Lavallet Park. Closer to home, some locally-owned restaurants with curious names such as Goat Lips Deli entice residents. Goat lips, however, are not on the menu. The name comes from an old southern saying meant to calm people down.