NEW LISTING Beachfront Dream is a 4 Bedroom Gulf Front Home with Expansive Deck and Panoramic Views! Welcome to this eclectic 1956 beach front home decorated with amazing local artwork and original charm. Note: 1-week minimum stay, requires Saturday arrival in season.
You will feel transported in time with the vintage Florida feel of terrazzo flooring, ship-lap walls, wood ceilings with beams and well-kept original tile bathrooms (the fixtures are modern and updated). This incredible beach home comfortably sleeps 8 guests with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and an outdoor shower.
The master bedroom has a queen size bed and attached bathroom with a walk in tile shower and access to the spacious laundry room. The second bedroom has a queen-size bed, the third guest bedroom has two twin beds and both bedrooms have access to the adjacent bathroom with original tile and door access to the outside – perfect for coming and going to the beach. You will find the fourth bedroom in the 'bunk house' which has its own entrance in the covered carport with parking for two vehicles.
The bunk house has a bunk bed with two twin beds and its own attached half bathroom. Just outside the bunkhouse is an enclosed outdoor shower that has easy access to the guest bathroom, bunk house, laundry room and master bathroom. The open concept living room with sectional sofa, dining area with office space and kitchen have beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico with wall to wall windows. Tons of natural light leave the space bright and airy with incredible beach views. Glass doors lead you out to the large deck with 4 separate seating areas, a hammock and a BBQ grill for tons of entertainment options. Within walking distance are many restaurants as well as kayak and paddleboard rentals. Your family will want to return year after year to make memories in the sun at this Beach Front Dream Home on Indian Rocks Beach!
“Legend has it that Florida's beach community of Indian Rocks Beach reputedly got its name when a native medicine man miraculously healed his chief with the waters from a natural sulfur spring believed to have been located in Kolb Park across from Indian Rocks Beach City Hall. Early settlers seeing the Indians on their way to the 'rock encircled spring' would say, 'The Indians are on their way to the rocks.'
Just a quick drive from Tampa or St. Petersburg, Indian Rocks Beach offers nearly three miles of beautiful beaches along the shimmering Gulf of Mexico. People come from all over the world to visit Indian Rocks Beach for the city's fine beaches and to watch the beautiful sunsets. The city has 27 beach access points along Gulf Boulevard. Also found within walking distance are many retail businesses and quaint popular restaurants such as a french bakery/cafe, an Italian restaurant, fresh fish and seafood, Thai food and a breakfast place with many other great places just a short car ride away!+ More