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St Pete Beach Condos for Sale

Find the largest variety of St. Pete Beach Condos for sale here. Corey Avenue is the center of downtown St. Pete Beach. This district contains bars, restaurants and shopping and retail outlets.

St. Pete Beach is known for there white sandy beaches. Included below are all the St Pete Beach Condos for sale. If you would like more information on any of these St Pete Beach Condominiums just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the details of that property. We can provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of homes recently sold nearby, and more.

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St. Pete Beach Condos for Sale

Below is a brief write-up of some of the most popular beachfront condo communities in St. Pete.  Click on the links to see more and the current listings, or click here to give us a call at 734-972-7388.

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Brief History of St. Pete Beach  

You might think St. Pete Beach is an abbreviation for St. Petersburg Beach but it's actually its own city. Located in Pinellas County, this tourist destination was formed out of three towns, Pass-a-Grille, Belle Vista, and St. Petersburg Beach as well as parts of unincorporated Pinellas County. Originally incorporated as St. Petersburg Beach in 1957, locals changed the name to St. Pete Beach in 1994 to distinguish itself from the city of St. Petersburg just a few miles to the east. It's home to about 10,000 residents and its primary area focuses on the downtown core of Cory Avenue. It offers nightlife, restaurants, shopping, and retail outlets as well as multiple tourist destinations and condominiums. Read on below to learn about each condominium building on St. Pete Beach and basic details of each.

Condo Buildings on St. Pete Beach Florida

Beau Monde - $400,000-$600,000 – Built in 1972 – Beachfront Condominium

These condominiums feature two-bedroom and two-bath units from 1300 ft.² to 1500 ft.² with lots of amenities for residents and their guests including a beachfront swimming pool, fitness center, sauna, and tennis courts.

Boca Sands – $850,000 plus – Built in 2006 – Waterfront

This gated and secure building offers 67 units on 7 floors, a waterside pool and 1 pet is allowed. 

Coral Point – $320,000-$750,000 – Built in 1990 – Waterfront views

This complex features six buildings, each with four floors and a total of 140 units. This is primarily two-bedroom and two-bath condominiums with the Intercoastal waterway view, a swimming pool, fitness center, and small pets are allowed.

Envoy Point – $350,000-$750,000 – Built in 1977 – Beachfront Condominium

This northernmost condominium building offers 24-hour security, a gated entrance, two waterfront swimming pools, tennis courts, a fitness center, and monthly homeowner association dues between $500 and $700.

Intrepid – $220,000-$550,000 – Built in 1979 – Waterfront

This complex features one building with 13 floors and 93 units on the Intercoastal waterway with a waterfront swimming pool and fitness center. This complex is next to the yacht club and tennis center.

Jacaranda Beach - $320,000-$650,000 – Built in 1990 – Waterfront

These Beach Villa condos are located within the 20-acre Tradewinds Island Grand Resort and offer 288 units on seven floors. Homeowners association dues are between $300 and $800 depending on the size and residents enjoy a heated resort-style swimming pool and fitness center.

Mirabella Townhouses – $420,000-$850,000 – Built between 1995 and 1999 – Waterfront

Mirabella Townhomes offer two, three, and four-bedroom layouts with direct access to the bay in sizes from about 1800 ft.² to over 3600 ft.². Residents enjoy a heated swimming pool and are allowed up to two pets with no weight restrictions. Homeowner's dues are quite low starting at around $200 a month.

San Seair - $400,000-$600,000 – Built in 1974 – Beachfront

Located on the southernmost tip of St. Pete Beach, this collection of 103 condo units on 15 floors feature two-bedroom and two-bath layouts from 1400 ft.² to 2000 ft.² and offer residents a fitness center and heated beachfront pool.

Seamark - $300,000-$700,000 – Built in 1973 – Beachfront

This 12-floor building offers 105 condo units between 800 ft.² and 1300 ft.² with a heated beachfront swimming pool and a small fitness center.

Silver Sands – $450,000-$800,000 – built between 1983 and 1992 – Beachfront

This is St. Pete Beach's largest community with over 17 acres and 300 units in three buildings. It offers a beachfront swimming pool, fitness and tennis center, and lots of great amenities. It was built between 1983 to 1992 and offers two-bedroom units from 1500 ft.² to 2000 ft.² as well as large balconies taking in beautiful views.

Sylvette - $150,000-$350,000 – Built between 1965 in 1968 – Waterfront

This is one of St. Pete Beach's oldest communities with moderate prices and both one and two-bedroom units from 400 ft.² to 1400 ft.². With low homeowner association dues, residents have access to a swimming pool. The complex features eight buildings with four floors and a total of 282 units.

Weatherly - $220,000-$750,000 – Built in 1977 – Waterfront

This waterfront community features two-bedroom and two-bath condos with about 1200 ft.² of living space and several amenities such as a swimming pool, fitness center, tennis courts, and homeowner association fees up to about $650.

What's it Like to Live on St. Pete Beach?

St. Pete Beach Condos for SaleSt. Pete Beach offers both beachfront condominiums on the Gulf of Mexico and waterfront condos on the Intercoastal Waterway and Boca Ciega Bay. The entire city stretches north parallel to Sunset Beach and the Yacht Club Estates South to the Pass-a-Grille North Channel parallel to Tierra Verde and Tierra Shores. Primarily a seaside tourist destination, St. Pete Beach is known for its active water sports, kiteboarding, windsurfing, parasailing, paddle boarding, boating, and fishing. It's also the longest stretch of undeveloped public beach in the St. Pete/Clearwater area. This award-winning Beach offers both historical resorts and architectural splendor all sitting on the white sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. We get an average of 361 days of sunshine each year and were close to St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and the Tampa Bay Metro area.

There are three main access points to St. Pete Beach: North Highway 699 which runs from Sunset Beach South, Pasadena Ave., South running from South Pasadena to St. Pete Beach, and Pinellas Bayway across Isla Del Sol in the South from St. Petersburg.

Best Things to Do on St. Pete Beach & Nearby

Whether you are simply visiting, planning your trip, or preparing a move to St. Pete Beach, it's important to know what things to do and experience while you live here. Whether you're a tourist or not, these are oftentimes some of the best things to do on St. Pete Beach.

Simply enjoying the beach is one of the best things to do. These undisturbed, white sandy beaches are pristine for enjoying the surf, crystal clear waters, or simply sunbathing.

Caddy's on the Beach – No, I'm not talking about beachfront golf, but one of the best and most popular restaurants on the beach. This is one of the Gulf Coast's most iconic Beach bar and grills featuring indoor and outdoor seating, live entertainment, beach volleyball, and fantastic drinks and food.

The Dali Museum - Located just a few blocks from St. Pete Beach in St. Petersburg is the country's most complete repertoires of artwork by the world-famous Spanish artist Salvador Dali.St Pete BEach things to do

St. Petersburg Farmers Market – Held in the parking lot of Al Laying Field on 1st St., South, the St. Petersburg farmers market features nearly 200 vendors selling fresh produce, health and body products, fresh-baked bread, arts, crafts, and meat. The market has operated for over 20 years and draws thousands of visitors each day. It's open from October to May when the weather in the St. Pete Beach area is just perfect.

Mahaffey Theater - built in the 1960s in downtown St. Petersburg and part of the Duke Energy Center for the Arts, this historic theater entertains over 2000 participants each year and is one of the area's most popular live entertainment venues. You'll find contemporary music, jazz festivals, Broadway style shows, classical and dramatic theater.

Sunken Gardens – this hidden gem is located in the center of St. Petersburg's downtown area and makes you feel like you are anywhere but in a downtown city. These gardens are nearly 100 years old and features beautiful waterfalls, covered seating areas, marked pathways, exotic plants, and beautiful trees. The Gardens features guided tours each week.

St. Pete Beach Schools

St. Pete Beach is part of the Pinellas County school district and residents are zoned for the Azalea Elementary school, Madeira Beach middle school, and the Boca Ciega high school. While this is primarily a tourist destination, there are several full-time/year-round residents with school-age children.

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