Affordable Paradise at the Beach

Indian Shores, FL
Affordable Paradise at the Beach
0 bedrooms
2 guests
14 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Condo
Per week: $650
Per month: $2,250
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Indian Shores vacation condo rental
Condo Efficiency with 1 Queen Bed and 1 Bath; recently renovated.

Located between the Intercoastal Waterway and Gulf Boulevard. Across the street from the Indian Shores Beach on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. There is deeded access to the beach for easy access.

Belleview Gulf has a private Olympic sized pool with sundeck. The pool is a perfect place to relax and take a break from the sand and beach.

The unit is located on the second floor. You can sit at the rear and view the passing boats, occasional dolphins and birds, or relax on the front balcony. The location is directly across from Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, an endless source for birdwatchers.

Fishing is allowed at the rear along the Intercostal Waterway. A limited amount of fishing tackle is available in the unit for your fishing pleasure. Belleview Gulf has multiple boat docks for your use if you wish to bring a boat along on you visit. Grills and picnic tables are located at the rear of the building for your use.

The unit has cable and internet connectivity. A laundry room is located on the first floor for your convenience.

This is a No Smoking unit.

belleview Gulf

Area Information
Around the latter part of the 1800's, a group from Cedar Key, among them L. W. Hamlin, explored the area and found a few settlers along the beach. The Hendricks family, according to a 1925 newspaper account, landed in the area in 1833 and homesteaded there. A settlement, Anona, has existed in the vicinity (on the mainland) since the mid-1800's. With the opening of a road from the waterway to the vicinity of Largo, the Indian Rocks area became a favorite spot for picnickers. Residents worshiped at the old Anona Church and children attended the Anona School.
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Among the early landmarks were the Indian Rocks Sundry Store, the Indian Beach Hotel and a railroad spur crossing the bay. After a number of years of declining use, the rail spur was removed. The first Indian Rocks Bridge was built in 1916, and its location, in the "Narrows," is indicated by a historical marker. The community grew and developed during its early days, but after World War II that growth started to accelerate rapidly. Today, Indian Shores Beach is a thriving community that has maintained most of its original character, and supports a lively mixture of recreational activities. From our Nature Preserve, to our parks, to our sandy shores, you'll find a smile on every face, and a warm Florida welcome with everyone you meet.

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jun 07 2015 Jun 06 2017 - - $650 $2,250 2 Weeks
Lodging tax: 12
Deposits: Damage Deposit of $200
Other Fees: Small dogs allowed with $50 Pet Fee.
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