Indian Shores Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Sea Gate is a very popular condominium in the Indian Shores area. This fourth-floor, corner unit with wraparound balcony is beautifully decorated and filled with everything needed to make your stay with us feel like your 'home-away-from-home.'
Enjoy evening sunsets from the large balcony that extends from the master bedroom and the living room and looks directly out to the beach. There is a 2nd balcony looking onto the Intracoastal Waterway from the 3rd bedroom. Sea Gate boasts one of the largest outdoor heated pools in the area and the pool lies beachside, along with cabana tiki huts and barbecue grills for you to enjoy picnics.
Whether you are walking the beach, collecting sea shells, or just soaking up some sun on the sand, I hope that your vacation here will be a treasured memory.
My Sea Gate condos are 3BR/2BA, direct gulf front, each decorated to show their own unique charm and offers fully-equipped kitchens, washer and dryer, and all linens are provided. Floor plans are identical.
There is plenty of parking as well as an elevator and stairs.
So remember, 'if you book it, you can come' and enjoy our SAND, SEA, SHELLS and SIZZLING SUNSETS, at the 'Sea of Dreams' on Indian Shores Beach.
Keywords: Direct, Gulf Front, Corner Unit, Indian Shores, beach, 3BR/2BA, pool, Sea Gate, condo, BBQ, sunset, Gulf Blvd, Salt Rock Grill, Florida, Tina's Beach Rentals
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the manager
Just thought I would give you an update. My wife and I have had a lovely time in your condo. Love the beach and spent most of our evenings on the balcony with lovely sunsets! When we go home we will tell all our friends about your beautiful condo. Many thanks for putting us here!
As a Florida native and after traveling all over the US...I've found it's difficult to beat our Indian Shores Beach sunsets!
My Family and I have lived on Indian Shores Beach for many years. The town has grown dramatically since the 80's...and fortunately, has been able to hold onto it's small town quaintness that draws visitors back year after year.
With everyone being so busy these days, it's often difficult to get everyone together at the same time...but I think it's so important to make time for famiy gatherings...this is something we have always done since I was a child...and the memories I have are priceless...