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Tarpon Springs, FL 34688

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps 8
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Townhouse
Description of the Tarpon Springs vacation townhouse rental
This property has just been updated and furnished for your enjoyment. It is very spacious, with a huge walk-in closet in the Master Bedroom. There are large closets in all the rooms. All you need to bring are your clothes and a toothbrush. The master bath is large shower for unwinding after a day at the beach or golfing. All bedrooms feature TV for your viewing pleasure.
You are located in a secluded neighborhood on a non through street.

John Constantino

Area Info
You are so close to 2 great major water attractions, Lake Tarpon where you are right across the street to one of the most entertain restaurants around (Jack Willies or called the Turtle). Howard Park, This Park was first opened in 1966 and is located at the end of a mile long causeway west of Florida Ave. in Tarpon Springs. This is a beautiful beach area where the swimming and sunbathing are excellent. The facilities include, very nice sheltered picnic areas, playgrounds for the kids, restrooms, Bar-B-Q grills, and beach showers. Bring your fishing poles and your wind surfers. This is a very popular park with the local Floridians and over 2 million people visit the park annually. On weekends it can be crowded, but on week days there are fewer people enjoying the sun and the water. This beach has added some benches for catching rays and viewing the magnificent sunsets. There is also a special area for fishing. Anderson Park, on Tarpon Lake is located less than three miles away. Sunset Beach is two miles away.

The Sponge Docks are listed in the National Historic Districts register. There are more than 140 art gallery/studios, antique shops, boutiques and restaurants located just blocks away.
The house is just minutes away from the sponge docks and various boat trips.

The house is centrally located in Tarpon Springs just north of Clearwater beach. It is one of the oldest cities on the Florida West Coast. The Greeks first settled this area around the turn of the century and started the Sponge Diving Industry. Visitors can enjoy the authentic Greek food in the more than 20 restaurants, shop in the sponge and souvenir stores, and board cruise boats for half day or day trips for casino gambling or fishing. Jet ski rentals are nearby as are boat rentals.
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