This beach-front condo has unobstructed beach views from the Living Room, Master Bedroom and of course expansive balcony. This condo is on the second floor so use the stairs for exercise or elevator as there is a parking garage underneath.
The complex features beachfront heated pool, and Jacuzzi hot tub with lounge chairs to enjoy the beach views and spectacular sunsets! The Master Bedroom suite has a full bathroom, including a king size bed and TV. The second bedroom includes a queen bed and TV. The Kitchen is fully equipped with all the amenities of home! In the living room is a queen size sleeper sofa and loveseat with TV and DVD player and stereo. This unit is great for vacation with family and friends! You wont spend too much time in the condo... you'll enjoy the Angry Pepper, Mad Beach Fish House, Dockside Dave’s, Daiquiri Shak Raw Bar & Grille , Candy Kitchen plus Johns Pass restaurants, Bubba Gump, Hooters, Waltz Fish Shack, Ocean Breeze Grill – great for breakfast lunch and dinner, or one of the over 31 restaurant within 2 miles OR the over 75 shoppes and businesses.
Nearby for the kids..
The City of Madeira Beach boasts a newly completed (December 2015) Korkat, Inc Pirate Ship Playground. Located at 200 Rex Place, it includes numerous features, 50ft x 50ft x 50ft triangle shade sail, and a drop rated artificial turf surface surrounding it to provide the children of Madeira Beach and its visitors an excellent place to play.
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Archibald Memorial Beach Park is located at 15100 Gulf Blvd, St Petersburg, FL 33708
Archibald offers , public restrooms, two outdoor shower areas, covered picnic area, and two sand beach volleyball courts. Located on site, The Snack Shak provides beach goers a great opportunity to grab a meal or pick up a beverage to enjoy on the beach.
Just over a mile to World famous John's Pass and stop at the candy Kitchen on the way.
Just passed Archibald Park is the Smugglers Cove mini golf.
Madeira Beach is a small Gulf Coast community roughly halfway between Clearwater and St. Petersburg. The city serves largely as a home for year-round residents, with few tourism-focused hotels and condos compared to many similar beach towns in Florida. However, John’s Pass Village on the south side of town is known regionally as a major nightlife hotspot, and popular bars and restaurants throughout the city attract lots of folks from neighboring communities.
Fishing is one of the most popular local pastimes, and Madeira Beach boasts the biggest grouper haul of anywhere in Florida. The annual Seafood Festival at John’s Pass is a major happening for the community, with tens of thousands of people coming in from around the region every October for a weekend of food, music, and art showcases.