About the Property
Original cypress wood summer home built in the 40's with post and beam construction in the best beach community on Florida's West Coast. ...Pass A Grille. You will feel like you are back in time. A very comfortable old house in great condition. We have atmosphere. Just steps to the white sands of the Gulf of Mexico. Cathedral ceiling in the living room and a sweet front porch that connects you to the walkers, runners and lovely neighbors. We have 2 bedrooms and one bath on the first floor. Above the garage is a unique loft bedroom with home made bunk beds and the second bath. The yard is crushed seashell with tropical plants, a large wooden pergola and a Weber grill. One car garage for bikes, beach chairs and the washer/dryer. The outdoor fire pit is a true gathering spot for the new friends you will meet. Built in a circle with natural old granite seating. Very Zen.
One mile walk to the 8th Ave. Historic Shopping District, the fishing jetty and the tourist boat to Shell Island. Why not just sit and have a huge ice cream cone? The bikes are in the garage to tour the neighborhood. The cottage is our personal beach place. We hope to meet a couple of people who want a nice quiet vacation and who will appreciate the convenience of a single family home in beautiful and unique Pass a Grille.
Best location! Historic family home on Pass a Grille beach only steps to the beach.
Three blocks south of the famous Don Cesar Hotel. Google it!
The community is all about quaint, little beach homes.
Pass a Grille is a small beach community south of St. Pete Beach. Easy drive from Tampa. Tampa people LOVE Pass A Grille.
Very easy drive from the Tampa airport to the sand on Interstate 275 South. Drive the Sunshine Skyway to Sarasota.
The 8th Avenue Historic District is only one block long but has all cute stores and restaurants. The Paradise Grill is on the beach for breakfast or burgers.. This is living!
If you want some culture, get in the car and drive 20 minutes to the Dali Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts. Downtown St. Petersburg is wonderful!
Walk along Beach Drive and enjoy upscale dining and excellent shopping. The Vinoy is another 1920's Moorish designed historic resort hotel. Take a rest from walking downtown on the Vinoy loggia and watch the boats and people, some will be celebrities.
Attractions Within Walking Distance
The Merry Pier for fishing and boating.
The 8th Avenue Historical District with interesting shops.
Gaylene's Gift Shoppe on Pass A Grille Way at 9th Avenue
Evander, 'our local famous gold jeweler',
Local free museum exhibiting Pass A Grille history
Biker Bar for Rolex riders...all are welcome.
Multiple art galleries.
The Hurricane for a Grouper sandwich.
The Jetty for free fishing 24 hours a day.
Paddle boards for rent.
Favorite Places To Eat
The Don Cesar.
The Brass Monkey
The Postcard Inn on St. Pete Beach
Gennaro's for Italian.
Many more really good places to eat.
People live here because the Town is only one mile long and 2 blocks wide from the Gulf of Mexico to the Intracoastal Waterway. No high-rises, no glitter, no noise, no problem.
The Hurricane is a landmark building on 9th Avenue and Gulf Way serving the best fried Grouper sandwiches. The locals eat here.
Experienced fishermen go to the pier on the south end jetty on Gulf Way.
The white sugar sands and the dunes will be your spot.
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Nov 01 2020 - Apr 30 2022
Tax Rate: 13%
The property is a private residence.
NO smoking please.
NO pets please.
Security/damage deposit. $2500. refundable if no damage, all fees are paid and the rent term is fulfilled
Cleaning fee. $250. paid with rent.
High speed Internet with Wifi.
No large parties or weddings allowed.
Parking for 2 cars only on the property. Street Parking restrictions.
Owner is a licensed Florida Real Estate Broker.
Last updated on August 29, 2021
Year Purchased: 1998
Calendar last updated: August 29, 2021
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