There's something for everyone with this luxurious corner unit located on the beach along with the 200 square foot wrap around Gulf front balcony. The corner living room has a large window and sliding glass doors to the balcony along with mirrored wall to reflect the Gulf view and add lots of natural light. Note: 1-week minimum stay, requires Saturday arrival in season.
Featuring a king size bed, the master bedroom has its own sliding glass door (with access to the balcony), flat screen TV and remodeled the bathroom with a shower. The second bedroom features both king and twin size beds and flat screen TV. There is an adjacent full bath and new washer and dryer too. The unit also offers an office, with a full sized desk, computer monitor, printer, and twin size sofa bed. The condo building and unit features a very handicap friendly layout including covered parking under the building, covered hallway and elevator area for easy access from unit to parking area or outside grounds!
This Sand Castle I condo offers a wide selection of amenities that include: large outdoor heated pool; large in-ground hot tub; spacious area to lounge around the pool, sauna; bathrooms for pool/game room; game room featuring ping pong, table for games, TV, library, outdoor gas grills, charcoal grill and picnic area. The elevator makes this an ideal retreat for families with older members and small children, as well as handicap friendly. No pets or smoking please! 7-night rental minimum, Saturday to Saturday
Indian Shores, located along the Gulf of Mexico just west of St. Petersburg and Tampa, is home to the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, a non-profit agency dedicated to the care and release of injured birds native to the Gulf Coast. This small town is beach-front, and primarily a residential community situated on a barrier island.
It is a true hidden gem for those looking to relax without all the crowds yet remain close and central to everything. Indian Shores lies in the heart of the sun coast's beach communities halfway between the northern and southern tips of the barrier islands. It is midway between Clearwater to the north and St. Pete Beach to the south. You will find some amazing restaurants and beach bars within walking distance such as The Pub Waterfront, Salt Rock Grill and Mickey Quinn’s to name a few.+ More