This home is in the Magnolia Park neighborhood which had many homes built in the 1920’s. It’s location is close to downtown Clearwater and has quick easy access to Clearwater Beach by car, bike trail, or trolley bus. Clearwater Beach was voted Best Beach Town in Florida, 2013, by USA Today and Best Beach 2017 by TravelAdvisor.
The home is smoke-free and very clean.
The front entrance opens to the living room and adjoins the dining area.
There are 3 bedrooms in a split style, and two bathrooms. The south bedroom has a queen bed , and the middle bedroom has a double bed. Bedding is provided.
The north bedroom can also function as a family room – it’s very large with a queen sleeper sofa and twin trundle beds. There is a nice sitting area with television and DVD player
There are two bathrooms. The main bath has a standard tub with shower, and the other is a bath off of the family room, with shower. Bath linens & blow driers provided.
The kitchen is equipped with table service for 8 and standard cookware. There is a refrigerator, stove with oven and a microwave. Also available are toaster oven, coffee pot and blender.
Outdoor Weber charcoal grill is available for your use.
Washer and dryer, iron and Ironing board are located off family room.
There is a large 220 square foot screened breezeway with side entrance to the house that makes a great outdoor sitting area. Off-street parking is provided for two cars.
The home sits on a 175 foot wide corner lot and has several trees on the property.
The downtown location gives you shops and restaurants and our bus depot within walking distance. If you would like to watch the sunset, the intercoastal waterway is just a few blocks away and you can sit on one of the covered docks and enjoy the sunset or just watch the boats go by.
Spring training baseball games are at BrightHouse Field (home of the Phillies), just 4.6 miles away and also accessible by bus. Dunedin is home to Toronto BlueJays and is 4 miles away, accessible by bike trail or Jolley Trolley.
Lots to see and do or just kick back and relax.
Clearwater and its island beaches are one of Florida's most popular vacation spots - featuring award winning beaches, warm tropical breezes, breathtaking sunsets, a temperate and mild climate and a safer, more affordable, quieter and calmer destination. Clearwater offers extensive water recreation and both nature-based and land-based attractions, a wide-variety of special events, a unique history and culture, and accommodations for everyone's style and budget.
Top Ranked Beaches
Clearwater Beach has been named the "Best City Beach On The Gulf Of Mexico" by experts. Caladesi Island and Sand Key beaches have been named among the best natural beaches in the United States. Caladesi Island State Park is currently ranked #1 and previously placed second, primarily for its water quality, rustic charm, clean beaches, on-site amenities and its emphasis on wildlife. (URL HIDDEN) readers ranked Clearwater Beach in their Top 10 list of best beaches from Maine to Hawaii. Cond‚ Nast Traveler has also recognized Clearwater Beach as the best city beach on the Gulf of Mexico.
Sunsets at Pier 60
Every evening the place to be is Pier 60 in the heart of Clearwater Beach. For two hours before sunset and two hours after, artisans, street performers, musicians and more take over the activity center of Clearwater Beach.
Beach Walk is a winding beachside promenade with lush landscaping, artistic touches and clear views to Clearwater's award-winning beach and the water beyond, a place where bicyclists, rollerbladers and pedestrians all have safe and convenient access and where visitors and locals can socialize, dine, play games, or simply enjoy the spectacular sun and surf.
Unspoiled and protected, our beautiful and natural parks are refuges for birds, mammals and humans alike. Brooker Creek Preserve's 8,500 acres are home to more than 160 bird species, 20 amphibians, 50 reptiles and 40 mammals, many of them rare or listed as protected in Florida and/or the nation. Weedon Island Preserve's 1,500 island acres offers 9 miles of hiking trails, 4 miles of canoe and kayak trails, a fishing pier, observation platforms and an elevated boardwalk providing an intimate view of the flora and fauna of Florida.
The Gulf of Mexico and our rivers offer watchable wildlife. Approximately 2,600 manatees inhabit our springs, bays and canals, feeding on aquatic plants. Everyone's favorite, the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, can be seen cavorting with beauty and grace. Alligators can be found in some freshwater areas of the county. And over 300 species of fish swim in our waters.