About this listing
One bedroom condo at Sun Harbor on St. Pete Beach overlooks a beautiful cove off the Intracoastal Waterway with Public Beach Access just across the street, where pristine, white sand & warm Gulf waters await you! Centrally located in the middle of everything, but seems worlds away.
Since the condo is situated on a cove, you can frequently see dolphins and manatees using the area as a playground. Also, the seawall provides a great place to toss a line or to take a stroll. The kitchen's pass through allows you to see the view and enjoy your morning coffee. There is a comfortable king-sized bed in the bedroom, and a queen-sized sleeper sofa in the living room. The unit's cheery decor and waterside location, make it a perfect place to leave your trouble behind!
There are two day docks available for residents' use.
The neighborhood is friendly and quiet. With manatees and dolphins swim in the cove, there's little boat traffic along this waterway. Walk 1/2 m south to the world-famous Don CeSar Resort, where DiMaggio and Monroe once strolled and it is rumored Mick Jagger wrote "Sympathy for the Devil." Just a 1/2 mile north, the Dolphin Village Shopping Center has a Publix, CVS Pharmacy and many other shops and boutiques.
The local transit authority has a trolley that takes you from the southern end of PassAGrille to North Clearwater Beach & downtown St. Pete. Also, Island Ferry Boat Tours provides a ferry service to bring you to downtown St. Pete from the beaches for $25 round trip! This new service coordinates their schedule with Free Beach Rides, which is very popular with the locals, to make your sightseeing outing a breeze!
Other Things to Note
Downtown St. Pete boasts the Dali Museum, the only permanent Dale Chilhuly exhibit, Museums of & Fine Arts, the historic Vinoy Renaissance Hotel, and world class restaurants. Also, it is home to the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team and Rowdies soccer team. The Mahaffey Theatre was used for auditions for TV's "America's Got Talent," and is host to traveling Broadway theatre companies. St. Pete Beach and surrounding areas have been used as "shooting locations" for the movies "Cocoon," "Summer Rental," and "Spring Breakers." Also, located in the Tradewinds Island Grand Resort is an art gallery featuring the works of the Guy Harvey, marine wildlife artist and conservationist. His depictions of sealife, especially of sportfish such as marlin, are very popular with sport fishermen and have been reproduced in prints and sold worldwide.
Non-smoking condo. Pets under 50 pounds are allowed with additional $50 cleaning fee.