Diana Sames | Gulfport Real Estate, Clearwater Real Estate, St. Petersburg Real Estate


2670 E VINA DEL MAR BLVD, ST PETE BEACH, FL 33706  

Residential
$399,000
Price
3
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to Vina Del Mar originally known as Mud Key. It was filled and developed into a very desirable and elevated island behind Pass-A-Grille. The 1965 home has only had a few happy owners since then. The owner has cleared many of the trees so you can create your own back-yard outdoor design. The family room and bathroom behind the large 2 car garage, have 2 sliders leading out to the covered screened patio which has enjoyed many a BBQ. The 1575 sq ft 3 bedroom 2.5 bathrooms, mostly concrete home is sold and priced As-Is ready for new windows. However, you will notice the Air-conditioning system is Brand new. Open the windows upstairs and you will see the water and know you are on an island with a big backyard. Besides the short distance in this walking community to the beach, the homes lot size and elevated front yard and living level have its own appeal. If you are too busy to walk to the beach, St Pete beach has a resident car sicker to park free in Pass-a-grille and Upham beach Metered parking, making no excuse to not enjoy the sand.



This listing recently sold for $182,000.

6161 GULF WINDS DR #139, ST PETE BEACH, FL 33706  

Residential
$182,000
Price
$182,000
Sale Price
2
Bedrooms
2
Baths
Ground Floor 1335 sq ft 2 bedroom 2 bathroom condo with a sunny entrance patio. Across the road from the Dunken Donuts and Guy Harvey Outpost at TradeWinds Beach Resort this Condo offers an affordable Beach landing place to enjoy the miles of famous St Pete Beach sands and the Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane shutters provide convenient security for the second home buyer. The Sylvette is a Waterfront Condominium on over 8 acres in the heart of St Pete Beach with an abundance of outdoor, gathering spaces among its lush lawns, palm trees and paved decks and long seawall and dock. Hidden just behind the office, it is light and open with a huge wall of windows for all-day light. Across this semi-public quiet through road within the complex is one of its, 2 gorgeous, pools, just near the dock. Both pool areas have BBQ area near the water's edge. See how much to buy a home. THis is 2 bathrooms unbeatable Value $150 sq ft plus no yard or pool to maintain. Ask about the City beach parking for Residents.



This listing recently sold for $357,500.

619 BOCA CIEGA ISLE DR, ST PETE BEACH, FL 33706  

Residential
$357,500
Price
$357,500
Sale Price
2
Bedrooms
2
Baths
This adorable 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 1 car garage ranch home may be small but you will not be disappointed with its space. French doors flow from the living area and from a Bedroom out to it to enormous deck and vaulted screen enclosure to its stunning outdoor living area with 27,000-gallon pool new salt filter pool and pump 2017 and with heated Spa and spill over. Their is no master bed with a separate bathroom as field indicates. Measurements are approx only. This home has everything most desire in a small home. it is situated on a tiny natural island a delightful Beach community with less than 100 homes. One waterfront lot is a community park and their own sleepy old Florida bridge to fish from or watch the Manatee comes to rest. You will love St Pete Beach, its City residents have lots of beach access and waterfront parks to enjoy. St Pete Beach a prime FL destination with lots of 5 Star hotels with their amenities and top restaurants, as added benefits to its stunning quietness and natural beauty to quiet to calm your soul.



This listing recently sold for $70,000.

3001 58TH AVE S #601, ST PETERSBURG, FL 33712  

Residential
$70,000
Price
$70,000
Sale Price
1
Bedrooms
1
Baths
Gated community of first and second homeowners with a no investor rental policy. This is a ground floor unit with a screened patio as well as a lovely outside deck. Beautifully appointed and upgraded with granite counter tops, new kitchen cabinets,stainless steel appliances,tile bath.New floors.Screened porch.This unit makes a great getaway from the cold as it is so affordable. Lots of amenities in the community with 2 pools. Short drive to Fort De Soto park, the Gulf of Mexico and the Beach. Downtown St.Pete and its entertainment and restaurants are all close by.


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