Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Type: Apt. / Condo
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Beautiful luxury condo, located in Waterside Coquina Key, approximately 4 mi to downtown, museums, art galleries and restaurants. Approximately 15 min to beaches . The resort-like gated community has 2 swimming pools, one overlooking Tampa Bay.
Spa/hot tub, beach volleyball court, tennis courts, fully equipped fitness center, yacht club beach bar, fishing pier, and a walking trail along the seawall.
Clean and modern, completely remodeled in 2014. Features 47" Smart TV ( watch movies off amazon, Netflix etc) basic cable channels, WiFi internet and all amenities ...Read more
About the owner
About the owner
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Panoramic Ocean Views Saint Petersburg, Florida
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Interesting things to do just 5-10 min away....
From St. Petersburg, the closest and most pristine is also the No. 3 Beach in the continental U.S., Fort DeSoto, a 900-acre county preserve consisting of five islands, seven miles of undeveloped beaches, a camp ground, boat ramps, fishing piers, paved fitness trails and a historic fort. The sugary-white sands of St. Petersburg's 500-foot Gulf-front municipal beach on Treasure Island are certified annually by the National Clean Beaches Council as an outstanding environmentally-friendly "Blue Wave" beach.
2. WALK THROUGH HISTORY
St. Petersburg's downtown streets are lined with hexagon block sidewalks, some of Florida's best examples of Mediterranean-Revival style architecture, and two dozen properties located on the National Historic Register.
Salvador Dali's surrealistic art works, a spiral staircase resembling a strand of DNA, and a flowing glass dome rising 75 feet in the air? St. Petersburg's newest museum –- the 66,450 square foot tribute to Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali.
St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts. One of the best museums in the Southeast, the collection also includes a wealth of European, American, pre-Columbian and Far Eastern art, and an exquisite Steuben crystal gallery
5. BLOWN GLASS BY DALE CHIHULLI
Morean Arts Center displays the works of internationally famous glass artist Dale Chihulli. It is a stunning, permanent collection. (website: hidden)
More than two dozen galleries open their doors on the second Saturday evening each month for a downtown gallery hop. Among stops on the hop -- the Warehouse Arts District, Florida Craftsmen Guild's statewide gallery and the Morean Art Center Galleries and Hot Shop, which allows the audience to actively participate in the glass-blowing process, from first gather to the finished creation, through demonstrations or a hands-on contribution. (website: hidden)
7. TAKE AN ART TOUR
Have you seen St. Petersburg's two-ton lizard observing drivers along I-275's North from its rooftop perch or the dancing dolphins adorning the city’s southernmost water resources tower? With over 30 public art projects throughout the city, experience this and much more on a customized public art tour. (website: hidden) or (phone: hidden).
8. DUST OFF SOME ANTIQUES
A thriving antique district lines both sides of Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg and the Grand Central District. Collectors will find nearly a hundred antique shops in the city and many within this eclectic five-block stretch of Central between Fifth and Tenth streets and between 19th and 31st Streets.
SEE THE PROS: In addition to Major League Baseball with the Rays, the St. Petersburg area is also home to other professional sports, including three world-champion franchises: NHL - Tampa Bay Lightning, NFL - Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Tampa Bay Storm arena football league. And now, April through September, Al Lang Stadium converts into a regulation professional soccer field hosting home games for the North American Soccer League’s 2012 Soccer Bowl Champions, Tampa Bay Rowdies
10. TAKE THE HIGH WAY
The Sunshine Skyway, the Interstate-275 bridge connecting the southern tip of St. Petersburg with ManateeCounty andSarasota to the south, is one of the largest suspension bridges in the Western Hemisphere, measuring 4.1 miles long and 19 stories high (more than 160 feet above the shipping channel leading intoTampaBay
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