Treasure Island is located along the Gulf Coast bordering Madeira Beach to the north, St. Pete Beach to the south, and South Pasadena to the east. This gorgeous stretch of land boasts beautiful, tranquil beaches, great shopping, local festivals, and a thriving bar and restaurant scene in its downtown. There’s always tons to do in the area! Waterfront condos and homes are the norm…as well as a casual, laid-back atmosphere among the locals. And to help get you from one fun place to the next, there’s always the popular Beach Trolley!
Welcome to St. Pete Beach, a barrier island community inhabited by over 10,000 residents and located in the southernmost region of Pinellas County, with the city of St Petersburg to the north and Treasure Island to the northwest. Its finest features include miles of pristine, white sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, and an overabundance of recreational activities, restaurants, and shopping. St. Pete Beach is by far one of the most enjoyable places to live and vacation! The historic Don CeSar hotel and beach resort can be found along the downtown coastline. The entire area is filled with waterfront luxury homes and condos on the intercoastal waterway. Boating, fishing, and vacationing are a way of life around here.
Many snowbirds from all over the northern U.S., Canada, and Europe like to call St. Pete Beach their second home. In fact, nearly 28% of the total residential homes/condominiums in the area are owned by folks with primary residences elsewhere in the world. Seasonal visitors are a common sighting on St. Beach Beach, but even the locals often enjoy a nice day on the beach or night on the town as opposed to traveling. There’s so much fun to be had right here on the beach, why go anywhere else?
WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
“Throughout the past several months, Scott & Amy have been there every step of the way. They have always answered every call or email no matter what time of day or night it was. Their professionalism, mentorship, knowledge, honesty, and hard work ethic are much respected and appreciated. I never felt that they were just trying to sell me a house, but that they were mentors to answer my questions and help me to make the best decision for my family.”