Welcome to St. Pete Beach
Why Live Here?
St. Pete Beach Florida is a prominent city which is lined with miles of pristine white sandy beaches, an abundance of recreational opportunities, tasty cuisine, unique galleries, local shops, beach bars/restaurants, boat docks and fishing piers, parks and recreation, and endless events. Residents have the opportunity to enjoy year-round beautiful weather in St. Petersburg, which creates the ideal backdrop for regularly feeling like you’re on vacation. Being one of the most sought-out places in the world, this coastal city has approximately 9,500+ residents that are proud to call this place home.
St. Petersburg is home to a number of public and private schools, which provide a variety of options for all grade levels and school types.
St. Petersburg’s expanding workforce offers a wealth of career opportunities to residents. The community also provides a number of employment resources to encourage job seekers to kickstart their careers. The City of St. Pete Beach attracts workers of all ages and types, as it is centrally located to both the beaches and downtown St. Petersburg.
The close-knit City of St. Pete Beach is lined with white sandy beaches and live entertainment at restaurants/beach bars, having some of the best restaurants including 1200 Chophouse, the famous Guy Harvey’s RumFish Grill, Hurricane Seafood Restaurant rooftop bar where you can enjoy a great coastal breeze, and a variety of dining options to fill each craving. St. Pete Beach even has its own Comedy Club, as well as a quaint and historic street known as Corey Avenue where weekend markets are hosted. Conveniently located to I-275 for an approximate 10-15 minute drive to the active downtown St. Petersburg area.
Parks & Rec
St. Pete Beach Parks & Recreation
offers programs for youth, teens, and adults. The center is equipped with an aquatic center and splash pad, fitness center, playground, ballroom, and hosts monthly events. The elegant historic Don Cesar
hotel is located near the southern end of St. Pete Beach - you can’t miss it - it’s also known as the “Pink Palace.” At the southern end of St. Pete Beach, at the very end, is Pass-a-Grille historic district - this quaint district hosts arts and crafts shows on the weekends for local small businesses, and across the way are local shops and eateries. Further south, over the Tierra Verde bridge, is Fort De Soto Park
- which covers 5 offshore islands, is equipped with it’s very own campground, dog beach, dog park, historical fort to tour, biking trails, fishing pier, kayak/paddleboard/bike rentals, snack shack, restrooms, a clear view of Florida’s sunshine skyway bridge, and lined with miles of white sandy beaches.
Real Estate and Housing
As being one of the top beaches in the United States, the St. Pete Beach Florida is one of the most desirable areas to live in right now. Ranging from $260K to $5M+, the housing market is continuing to grow at lightning speed.
Is the St. Pete Beach Right For You?
If you're considering real estate in the St. Pete Beach Florida, The Horvath Group has many years of experience with matching buyers and sellers to their real estate goals. As local real estate agents, The Horvath Group has market knowledge in the St. Pete Beach neighborhood, and would be honored to help make a dream home become a reality.
Give The Horvath Group a call, text, or email today to get started on your real estate goals.