Charming Beach Rental near Treasure Island NEW

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From $50 / night

5619 Shore Blvd South, Gulfport, FL 33707
Charming Beach Rental near Treasure Island NEW
1 bedrooms
2 guests
30 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Condo
Per month: $1,500
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Gulfport vacation condo rental
Boca Beach Bungalow has a total of three non-smoking rentals. The available rental is a small one bedroom downstairs unit, approximately 450 square feet. It has a fantastic wrap-around balcony. Perfect for one person or two if you really like the person.
The Florida rental is directly across from the beach. It is walking distance to restaurants, pier, Casino, small shops and a small night life right in the community. You can usually find a band playing somewhere in the close vicinity where you can relax. The beach is a great place to go, day or evening, to sit in one of the large swinging chairs with a loved one.
The apartment is fully furnished and are perfect for longer-term business travelers, individuals needing temporary housing (i.e., someone building a new home), individuals wishing to escape harsh winters and anyone wanting all the comforts of home in a great location.
The vacation rental includes utilities and basic local cable.
Rates are as follows:
12 month lease $700/month electricity not included
6 months lease $1000/month electricity not included
Three Months $1400/month utilities included
Two months $1600/month
One month $1800

Ana Rojas

Area Information
Gulfport is a quaint beachfront historic community located on the Boca Ciega Bay which leads into the Gulf of Mexico. Gulfport is a small town with great restaurants, historic buildings, artisans and old Florida charm. The city has its own small beach, Casino and pier. It is close enough to Treasure Island, St. Petersburg and Tampa to work or play, but far enough to escape the hustle and bustle of these larger cities.

Several individuals have written about Gulfport in their travels. Please link to for a fantastic description of Gulfport.

The following was written by Norman Goldman
"Gulfport, Florida: A Gem of a Town"
Have you ever wondered what a typical Florida town looked like in the early part of the last century? Then you have to travel to Gulfport, Florida, which directly abuts the southwest corner of the City of St. Petersburg.
Gulfport is known as the Gateway to the Gulf as it is the point of departure for the Gulf of Mexico. It faces Boca Ciega Bay, which leads to the Gulf.
The history of the town dates back to 1867 when the first settlers, James and Rebecca Barnett and the three children of Mrs. Barnett from a former marriage settled in the area now known as Gulfport, Florida.
In 1884 a Mr. Hamilton Disston had great plans for Gulfport, which was then known, as Disston City. He believed that a railroad would go into Disston City and consequently he built a hotel known as the Waldorf Hotel on the shores of Boca Ciega Bay as well as a dock, three stores and some houses. Unfortunately, his dreams came to naught as the railroad went into St. Petersburg and not to Disston City.
In 1890 another gentleman by the name of Captain John F. Chase envisaged the possibility of establishing a city where veterans of the Civil War might want to spend their last days. The name was changed to "Veteran City," although prior to the change the city was known as "Bonafacio." It seems that the post office officials decided that they did not like the name Disston City.
There was a trolley line originating from St. Petersburg to Veteran City in the year 1905. Also a pier was extended into Boca Ciega Bay and there was some prosperity among the inhabitants. The official incorporation and name change to Gulfport took place on the 12th of October 1910.
Today, if you walk along tree lined Beach Boulevard you will notice beautiful old buildings and the charm of Florida before developers took over in various other villages and cities in Florida. In fact, the only tall buildings you will encounter are the condo complex of Town Shores of Gulfport, which in no way spoils the idyllic atmosphere of the town.
You will also notice two very good restaurants; one called La Cote Basque, where you can have a meal at a very reasonable price. It is wise to reserve during the weekend as many of the locals dine here. Another very interesting place to dine is called Backfin Blue.
The new pier is another place where you will want to visit especially in early morning when the sun rises or at sunset. The view from the pier is spectacular. You may even watch the dolphins from time to time put on quite a show in Boca Ciega Bay.
You may also be able to spot the famous pink hotel called the Don Cesar located at the entrance of Pass-A-Grille-Beach. Incidentally, many Hollywood movies have been filmed at the Don Cesar.
If you like fishing, bring along your fishing gear and you are sure to catch something interesting from the pier. Large catfish are plentiful as well as most other fish caught in the area. Look out for the birds! They will eat the fish right off your hook, especially the pelicans.
An early morning walk along Gulfport Beach is a must. You can listen to the singing budgies and watch many of the well-known Florida birds. You can even watch the local inhabitants go through their Tai Chi exercises! When you have completed your walk stop off at the local bakery and coffee shop located on Beach Boulevard where the coffee and croissants are "yummy!"
Another site you should visit is the Gulfport Historical Society Museum which is opened Monday though Friday from 2pm to 4pm and 10:00am to Noon on Saturday.
On the first Friday of every month an artist's gallery walk is conducted from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. All of the craft and art stores located on Beach Boulevard are open where you can browse, shop and help yourself to refreshments, which often include wine and cheese. A good idea would be to make an evening of it and dine at one of the restaurants located on Beach Boulevard or have some ice cream dessert at the ice cream store located at the end of Beach Boulevard near the Casino.

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Jan 06 2016 Dec 31 2017 - - - $1,500 1 Month
Deposits: 50% of total rental due at time of reservation. Balance due at move-in. Personal checks require 30 days to clear. $800 security deposit. Please add $200 deposit for pet
Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Visa
Other Fees: Please add 3% for credit card payments.
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