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About the Property
Original cypress wood summer home built in the 30's with post and beam construction in the best beach community on Florida's west coast. You will feel like you are back in time. A darling little house just steps to the white sands of the Gulf of Mexico.
The house is all natural wood, cathedral ceiling in the living, room, leather chairs, very comfortable sofa, big flat screen television with Netflix, 2 good sized bedrooms with queen beds, not updated bathroom and kitchen, no stainless steel at all, sweet front porch that connects you to the walkers, runners and lovely neighbors. We have a fireplace but it is never cold enough to light it up. The yard is all shell with tropical plants, a large gazebo and a Weber grill. One car garage for bikes and the washer/dryer. The fire pit is a true gathering spot for the new friends you will meet. The beach is a few steps away, over the magnificent sand dunes and you have a private beach. This location is not overrun with tourists. You will love the atmosphere.
One mile to the historic shopping district, the fishing jetty and the tourist boat to Shell Island or just sit and have a huge ice cream cone.
We are not short term rental people because it is our beach place. Looking for a couple of people who want a nice winter vacation and appreciate the beauty of a single family home in beautiful and unique Pass a Grille.
Well located single family home on Pass a Grille beach only steps to the beach. Walk everywhere.
Pass a Grille is a small beach community south of St. Pete Beach. Ever heard of the Don Cesar Hotel? Google it. What a magnificent old 1920's structure....now a famous vacation destination and blocks away from the house. Eat their lunch on the patio. It is even ok to swim in their pool.
The 8th Avenue Historic District is only one block long but has all cute stores and restaurants and across the Gulf Way is the Paradise Grill on the beach. This is living!
If you want some culture, get in the car and drive 20 minutes to the Dali Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, very pretty Downtown St. Petersburg with Beach Drive stores and restaurants. Get a drink at the Vinoy and watch the boats and people, some famous. This is a day well spent. You can walk everywhere in Downtown.
Golf courses everywhere. I 275 gets you to Tampa or Sarasota easily for more fun.
Attractions Within Walking Distance
The Merry Pier for fishing and boating.
The 8th Avenue Historical District with interesting shops, Evander,'our famous gold jeweler', a converted house that is now our museum exhibiting Pass a Grille history , Biker Bar for Rolex riders, art galleries, ice cream shop.
Favorite Places To Eat
The Don Cesar.
The Brass Monkey
The Postcard Inn on St. Pete Beach
Fetishes --for upscale dining
Jackie's Bistro on the Causeway
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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Calendar last updated: October 04, 2018