View St. Pete Beach and Indian Rocks Beach Homes for Sale in Florida. Located on a barrier island in Pinellas County just off St. Petersburg, St. Pete Beach is a popular area for visitors and full-time residents. St. Pete Beach has the always sought-after white sand beaches Florida is known for, and residents have a number of opportunities for dining, shopping and outdoor recreation. Just south of Treasure Island and only 20 miles from Clearwater, St. Pete Beach and Indian Rocks Beach sit in an excellent area for enjoying local fare and easy access to other popular cities in the Tampa/Clearwater area. The local population is fairly small, just over 10,000, but the area attracts a lot of snowbirds from both the U.S. and Canada. Residents really enjoy the large number of amenities throughout the city, and the area provides a laid-back feel while still providing tons of entertainment and activities for all types of interests. The St. Pete Beach/Indian Rocks Beach Housing Market is very strong, with many different properties on the market. Whether you're a luxury buyer looking for a million dollar home on the water, or you're looking for a more affordable single-family home, St. Pete Beach and Indian Rocks Beach has a wide variety of homes to choose from. If you'd like to know more about St. Pete Beach or Indian Rocks Beach and the Tampa area, contact BHHS Florida Properties Group for more information and a list of active St. Pete Beach and Indian Rocks Beach Homes for Sale in Florida.

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