Newly renovated beach condo. Enjoy the warm Gulf breezes as you sit on your waterfront balcony. This 1400 sq ft condo is 1 of the largest in the area. It's great for a romantic getaway or family time together. You'll have 2 queen size beds and bunk beds!!! Maximum occupancy is 6 people.
The beautiful interior includes a full kitchen AND washer/dryer. There's a 2 car enclosed garage, private heated pool, beach chairs, toys and towels. The beach is about 100 steps away. When you get tired of relaxing on the sand or reading by the pool, there's even a private fishing pier that is yours to watch the boats or catch some fish. Restaurants and shops are close by, some even within walking distance. A trolley takes you up and down Gulf Blvd so you can explore all the beaches. There's a stop next to the condo property. All you have to do is show up, sit back and enjoy.
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We have owned the condo since 2009. We spent a lot of time this summer upgrading it and we are very happy with the results. We live in Pittsburgh, PA, so we can only come down every so often and we are renting out the condo when we can not use it ourselves.
Indian Shores is the quietest, most relaxed part of Sand Key, the barrier island that runs along the Gulf shore from St Pete to Clearwater. It is the narrowest part of Sand Key, only about 200 yards across where we are located. That means you can enjoy both the Gulf of Mexico and the Inter-coastal waterway only a few steps apart. Indian Shores is the last part of the coastline in Pinellas County that preserves the small-town feel. Gulf Blvd is still only one lane in each direction here with a slow speed limit. There is a lot less asphalt compared to the areas north and south of Indian Shores, a lot fewer high-rise buildings and none of the tourist traps. While you will find all the restaurants and conveniences you need nearby, Indian Shores is still primarily a family oriented community.
Our view is of the Inter-coastal waterway, the body of water that separates Sand Key from the mainland. There are dolphins to see, they are most active in the mornings and evenings. Manatees are a little harder to spot but they are there too. When the tide is low there is a sandbar that emerges just off our balcony. The seabirds all come to feed there and it is wonderful entertainment.