Indian Shores Homes for Sale
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Indian Shores is a long stretch of the barrier reef Island north of Redington Shores and south of Indian Rocks Beach. This beachfront community is just west of Seminole and home to about 1500 residents. Located in Pinellas County, along the Gulf of Mexico just west of St. Petersburg and Tampa, Indian Shores is home to the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the care and release of injured birds native to the Gulf Coast.
Bordered by the Intercoastal Waterway on the east and the Gulf of Mexico on the west, Indian Shores are beloved communities for locals and visitors alike. With lots of beach access parking, white sandy beaches, and locally-owned shops and restaurants, Indian Shores welcomes families, retirees, young professionals, and anyone looking for a life on the beach.
Things to Do in Indian Shores
This long, narrow stretch of barrier island surprisingly offers a wealth of things to do and fun adventures. The Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf is a wonderful mini-golf course with live alligator exhibit, of course, you won't need to worry about alligators crossing the fairway.
For water sports, Island Marine Rentals is a great place to rent a boat for a few hours, kayak, canoes, and paddleboards to enjoy life on the water.
The Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary is a wildlife rehabilitation facility and tourist attraction dedicated to the rescue and treatment of sick and injured wild native birds. This is a great place to spend the afternoon and enjoy some of the native wildlife. This organization was founded in 2016 and offers a 3-acre facility located in Indian Shores.
Sea turtles love Indian Shores. The beach is home to nesting sea turtles each year. Florida's pristine beaches bring these aquatic reptiles to the shoreline every year from May through October. But be careful, their habitation is precious and we must learn to cohabitate peacefully in respectively.
Town Square Nature Park is a nature lover's dream found in downtown. This 800-foot Boardwalk offers gorgeous trolls to the majestic mangroves, catch of the day on the fishing pier and family-friendly facilities such as picnic pavilions and observation areas.
Tiki Garden is a wonderful place to get lost in Indian Shores. This was originally a South Seas Polynesian theme park back in 1964 but was closed in the 1980s and sold by the owners. Pinellas County bought the property from the developer and turned into a public parking lot now called Tiki Gardens beach access. It's a great place to access the beach, enjoy the native wildlife, and tropical foliage.
Indian Shores has a variety of events and festivals throughout the year. With St. Patrick's Day's festivals, Holiday lighted boat parades, coastal cleanups, and Fourth of July fireworks, there's always something going on throughout the year in Indian Shores.
Where is Indian Shores?
Indian Shores is 49 minutes or about 29 miles from downtown Tampa Florida. It's 26 minutes or just less than 10 miles from downtown Clearwater and 17 minutes or 7 miles from downtown Largo. Indian Shores is 40 minutes or 16 1/2 miles to downtown St. Petersburg. There are several access points to Indian Shores either across the causeway at 150th Ave. in Madeira Beach, Park Boulevard in Indian Shores or across Highway 688 at Walsingham Road in Indian Rocks Beach.
What's it Like to Live in Indian Shores?
"Warm sunshine, fantastic beaches, and wider pace of life is definitely Indian Shores. There are several places to eat in town as well as a few grocery stores and markets but for the majority of large shops and department stores, St. Petersburg is no more than about 15 or 20 minutes away. There are beautiful waterfront hotels, resorts, condominiums, and a few single-family homes on the Intercoastal Waterway side."
Indian Shores Homes for Sale
Indian Shores has a median home value of about $440,000 and 90% of residents own their own homes. Condominiums start at about $300,000 with luxury home estates of over $4 million. You can find beautiful homes on both the Waterway side and the ocean side with easy access to the Gulf of Mexico, homes with docks, luxury penthouse condominiums and townhouses. The majority of condominiums on Indian Shores are no higher than about four or five stories. So you won't find massive, high-rise condominiums or buildings on Indian Shores. For more information on homes for sale in Indian Shores, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time.
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