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Neighborhood Information – Belleair

belleairBelleair is a small, Pinellas County waterfront community overlooking Clearwater Harbor and the Intracoastal Waterway. Nestled between Clearwater and Largo, Belleair is a prestigious area of gorgeous homes, meticulously maintained streets and a well incorporated business community. The homes include single-family residences and luxury condos in about 20 neighborhoods. Many are direct waterfront with docks and boatlifts, not to mention, breathtaking views of the harbor.

Belleair has a grand history and is home to several celebrities. One of its best-known properties is the Belleview Biltmore Resort. Originally built in the 1800s, the Victorian-style Biltmore Hotel is one of the largest wooden structures in the world and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Belleair offers a number of public parks, such as Morgan Beach Park, the Belleair Causeway Beach Area, Bayside Park and Crossman Park. In addition, the City of Belleair manages Belleair Boat Ramp Park, which provides easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf of Mexico via eight boat ramp lanes and seven docks. Also nearby are the Belleair Country Club and the Pinellas Trail, ideal for jogging, biking or roller blading. 
Whether you are searching for a vacation home or a primary residence, Belleair has the whole package – distinctive estates, tropical beauty, history, recreation and the sparkling waters of Florida’s Gulf Coast.


Neighborhood Information – Belleair Beach

belleair-beachBelleair Beach is a quiet seaside community between Clearwater and Indian Rocks Beaches. Situated on a barrier island with Clearwater Harbor to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west, Belleair Beach offers miles of pure white sand beaches ideal for swimming, strolling, shelling and exploring.

Incorporated in 1950, Belleair developed on fingers of land reach ing into the Intracoastal Waterway and was originally considered a “second home” destination. Today, it is home to many year-round residents who enjoy its close proximity to Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg metro areas.

Many of the 2,100 residents of Belleair Beach are avid boaters and enjoy launching their boats from their own back yards. There are all types of homes, including oceanfront condos, town homes, beach bungalows, single-family residences and multi-million-dollar mansions overlooking the Gulf.

Belleair Beach has four beach access locations with parking, along with the Causeway Beach area, a boat ramp and a municipal marina with 20 slips. It’s also an ideal golf destination, with more than 30 beautiful and challenging courses nearby. The Pinellas Trail is close, with 34 miles set aside for hiking, jogging, biking and roller blading.

By law, there is no commercial property in Belleair. Belleair Bluffs, however, has fine dining, shopping and other services for residents of the island communities across the Intracoastal. Belleair Shore is perhaps the smallest town in Florida in both size and population, consisting of approximately 55 private residential homes along the Gulf. It is a quaint neighborhood, where every home is on the waterfront.


Neighborhood Information – Island Estates

islestateIsland Estates is a distinctive Clearwater Beach neighborhood of condo complexes and multi-million-dollar homes. Situated between Clearwater Beach and downtown Clearwater, this quiet, upscale community offers amazing views of the sparkling waters of Clearwater Bay.

There are a variety of home sizes and styles in Island Estates. Some condos offer two bedrooms, while most of the single-family homes are three or four bedrooms. Select luxury properties are larger, with five bedrooms or more and every possible feature for the ultimate in Florida waterfront living.

The community has island appeal with tropical landscaping, boating galore and convenient access to the Gulf of Mexico. There is plenty to do, since the Intracoastal Waterway hugs the island. Here you’ll enjoy famous Florida sunsets are breathtaking encounters with porpoises, tropical birds and wildlife.

Island Estates is close to everything. The island has its own shopping center, post office, pharmacy, liquor store, gas station and more. In addition, the shops, dining and sunset celebrations of famous Clearwater Beach are a walk or bike ride away.

Island Estates is one of the most irresistible communities in Clearwater Beach with many options and opportunities for home buyers in today’s market.


Neighborhood Information – Belleview Island

belleview islandsPristine mansions situated on a private island paradise overlooking the white sands and sparkling warm waters of Sand Key. Add the elegance and privacy of the country club lifestyle. This is Belleview Island, a hidden jewel on Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Wrapped in the beautiful waters of the Intracoastal Waterway, Belleview Island is a highly secure double-gated enclave of 31 lavish estates within the Belleview Biltmore Resort and Belleair Country Club community. Located south of Clearwater Beach, this luxurious neighborhood is beautifully planned and perfectly landscaped. There is only one street circling the island. It wraps around a large pond, which is home to a variety of Florida birds and wildlife.

Each home rests on a one acre plus lot and was custom built using the finest materials. Depending on the location of the home site, views include the Intracoastal Waterway, Clearwater Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and the golf course. Homes start at $2 million, many featuring private docks, resort-style swimming pools, terraces, private guest quarters, elevators, multi-car garages, garden gazebos and more.

Prestigious Belleair is home to Florida’s first golf course, the private Belleair Country Club. Also, to the south is the historic Belleview Biltmore Resort & Spa, the location of semi-private Belleview Biltmore Golf Course. Belleair has several convenient nearby parks, such as Morgan Beach, Belleair Causeway Beach, Bayside Park and Crossman Park. In addition, Belleair Boat Ramp Park provides easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf of Mexico via eight boat ramp lanes and seven docks.

Living in Belleair is like being in a luxury resort all year around. The Florida sunshine, beautiful beaches, breathtaking golf courses and other recreational venues are unparalleled! Yet, it is within minutes of Clearwater, St. Petersburg, downtown Tampa and the airports. Here, you can have it all.


Neighborhood Information – Harbor Bluffs

harborbluffsJust south of Belleair Bluffs and the Belleair Beach Causeway, the peaceful community of Harbor Bluffs rests directly on the Intracoastal Waterway and has glorious panoramic views!

Harbor Bluffs offers Florida ranch-style homes, multi-million-dollar waterfront estates and luxury condos, ranging in size from 1,700 sq. ft. to well over 6,000 sq. ft. Many homes come equipped with private docks and lifts so boaters can enjoy easy access to nearby islands and the Gulf of Mexico. There is a home to suit just about every lifestyle.
This small community, home to around 1,200 households, has great access to local restaurants and many beaches and parks, such as Morgan Beach Park, the Belleair Causeway Beach Area, Indian Rocks Beach, Largo Central Park and the Belleair Boat Ramp Park. Also nearby are the Belleair Country Club and the Pinellas Trail, ideal for jogging, biking or roller blading. 
Truly a great place for the young and young-at-heart, Belleair Bluffs is pristine, and sophisticated, but with small-town charm.


Neighborhood Information – Harbor Hills

harborhillsJust south of Belleair Bluffs along Indian Rocks Road, the peaceful community of Harbor Hills hugs the canals and inlets of the Intracoastal Waterway.

With great views over the water and easy access to the Gulf of Mexico, this community offers the highly sought-after Florida lifestyle with the surrounding elegance of prestigious Belleair.

There is excellent value in Harbor Hills real estate, with three and four bedroom Florida ranch-style homes starting in the 200s. Some of the larger waterfront properties are offered at $500,000 and up. Many residences are equipped with private docks and lifts, so boaters can enjoy casting off to explore nearby islands and cruise the Gulf of Mexico.
This small community is close to shopping, churches, fine dining and is two minutes from great golfing and beaches. Enjoy the Belleair Beach Causeway, Indian Rocks Beach and the Belleair Boat Ramp Park. Also nearby are the Belleair Country Club and the Pinellas Trail, ideal for jogging, biking or roller blading. 
Sophisticated, tropical, beautiful – and close to everything. In Harbor Hills, you can have it all!


Neighborhood Information – Indian Rocks Beach

indian_rocks_beachIndian Rocks Beach is a charming barrier-island community overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal Waterway. Nestled between Belleair Beach and Indian Shores, Indian Rocks has a pristine, natural coastline of sugar white beaches, sand dunes and sea oats.
Legend has it that the town got its name from a natural rock-encircled sulfur spring that Native Americans claimed had healing properties. Early settlers referred to the spring as “the rocks” and then, more specifically, Indian Rocks.
This quiet town offers ranch-style homes, condos, townhomes and waterfront estates. Floor plans vary, from two bedroom cottages around 1,000 sq. ft. to four plus bedrooms with 4,000 or more sq. ft. Cottages are a great investment/rental opportunity or winter getaway. Many homes have private docks and boat lifts for convenient access to the Gulf.
Indian Rocks is known for its eclectic, carefree beach-resort atmosphere. It draws a lot of visitors who enjoy its sparkling waters, shops, seafood restaurants, nature preserve, six public parks, boardwalk, boat ramp and bi-annual Arts and Crafts Festival.
Whether you are searching for a vacation home or a primary residence, Indian Rocks Beach is classic Florida and offers a resort-like atmosphere that is too beautiful for words.