New Listing Madeira Beach Yacht Club 155B is a ground floor one bedroom condo! This unit sleeps four guests with a queen bed in the bedroom and a sleeper sofa in the living room. Gleaming with new upgrades, this unit has been completely renovated with new appliances, walls, and furniture to create a sleek and modern look. The large patio brings in natural light into the condo giving the unit a bright and airy feel. The kitchen received a huge upgrade with its sparkling new stove/oven, full-size refrigerator, dishwasher and more. Enjoy the new and modern all in one washer and dryer located in the kitchen. The bathroom has been updated with new cabinets and countertops too. Building 155 is one of the closest buildings to the Gulf of Mexico and shopping! Note: 1-week minimum stay, requires Saturday arrival in season.
The Yacht Club at Madeira Beach laps the Boca Ciega Bay and is 150 yards from Madeira’s finest white sand beach at Archibald Memorial Beach Park complete with its own snack bar, outdoor showers, and restrooms. Watch the dolphins or fish from one of three fishing decks and experience the spectacular sunsets on the beach. Madeira Beach Yacht Club is a private, gated well-kept facility. The property has a clubhouse with a small, well-equipped gym, Jacuzzi, sauna, showers and billiards room.
It also has two outdoor heated swimming pools, lounge chairs, umbrellas, tables and benches and several fishing piers. You are within walking distance to many different Shops, Restaurants, Supermarkets, Post Office and a Drugstore. Shop at many unique boutiques and specialty stores located on Madeira Way and still have the convenience of larger stores such as Winn Dixie, Dollar Tree, and CVS just steps away. The Gulf Beaches Library is also across the street to where you can obtain a temporary membership that is available to visitors. It's resort style living with all the privacy and relaxation of home!
Madeira Beach Yacht Club 155 B is located just west of St. Petersburg and has 2.5 miles of gorgeous beaches and sparkling Gulf of Mexico waters. Legend says that a pirate named John LeVique was the first European to 'settle' the Madeira Beach area. It is best known for the 1,100-foot boardwalk along the Intracoastal named John's Pass Village and Boardwalk.
John’s Pass is a collection of shops and restaurants in an old-style fishing village setting. Here you can pass the time watching pelicans dive for fish, watch dolphins swim and play, shop till your heart's content, or simply relax and enjoy all the amazing food and drink! Fishing is the primary sports activity but you can also rent a jet ski, take a pirate cruise or go on a sunset dolphin cruise. Within the city limits are many more restaurants, beach bars, unique local shops and many public beach access points. The activities and memories are endless in Madeira Beach!
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Sleeps 4+ More