Pirates Pointe Resort is a vacation rental community in the Ruskin submarket of the Tampa, Florida MSA. Located minutes away from major demand drivers and points of interest. Pirates Pointe Resort consists of Fourteen buildings, totaling sixteen units. This offering presents investors the opportunity to own a recently renovated property in a class B market with significant upside and located in a strong vacation rental demand submarket. Each building is constructed of concrete block construction with pitched shingle roofs. Units consist of (5) studio, (5) one-bedroom, (4) two-bedroom, and (2) three-bedroom units averaging 507 square feet. Tenants are afforded some of the best amenities for like-kind rentals as the property includes a swimming pool, on-site laundry, kayak rentals, fishing charters and access to the Gulf of Mexico. Recent capital improvements include majority roofs, covered porches, new dock, and community amenities. Pirates Pointe Resort is conveniently located less than two-miles from US-41, a major north-south thoroughfare providing access to all of the main attractions Tampa Bay has to offer. Situated on an inlet and just minutes from major visitor attractions, the property offers guests a central location with convenient access to many activities.
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|11/5/2021 12:36:00 PM||New Value: $3,800,000|
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