St. Pete Beach Florida, Pass-A-Grille Beachfront home on the Gulf of Mexico. This meticulously maintained home sits on the white sandy beach of the Gulf of Mexico. The property is 1 of 5 that extends through the dunes to the mean high tide mark for truly private beach living, located on a quiet street with no public parking or through traffic. This well-appointed home has a chef's kitchen with a large island, granite countertops and stainless professional appliances. Enjoy sunsets and dining on the large covered patio off the open living area. No detail has been overlooked, designer tile in all baths, custom moulding and trim, professionally painted throughout. Walk out the back door on your own private beach path to enjoy swimming, paddle-boarding, kayaking, fishing, walks on the beach or just sitting in your beach chairs taking in the views and beautiful sunsets and enjoy the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The home is located just 300 yards south of the Historic Don Cesar Hotel and just minutes to Downtown St. Petersburg where you can enjoy the city's many dinning and entertainment spots along with the arts and culture from the world-class Salvador Dali Museum, Mahaffey Theater, Chihuly Collection, to smaller galleries featuring local artisans and of course home of the Tampa Bay Rays. Easy access off I-275 over the Bayway to the Gulf and only 30 minutes from Tampa International Airport.
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