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Bungalow Beach Place 8: Vacation Place for Rent in Indian Shores Florida

Bungalow Beach Place 8: Vacation Place for Rent in Indian Shores Florida

Award Winning Views Abound in Indian Shores Oceanfront Treasure!

Vacation Condo in Indian Shores Florida
19722 Gulf Blvd

Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom • Sleeps 4
Bed Arrangements: Queen, Sleeper sofa
Bathrooms: 1 Full Bathroom
Location Setting: Waterfront - Ocean
Beach Access: On the Beach
Internet: Internet Access
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(Rates Displayed in USD)

  • Weekly Rates from $956 to $3,242 per week

Rate Period Nightly Weekly Monthly
Jul 21, 2019 - Jul 25, 2019
Minimum Stay: 2 Days
n/a $1,146 n/a
Jul 26, 2019 - Jul 27, 2019
Minimum Stay: 2 Days
n/a $1,140 n/a
Jul 28, 2019 - Aug 01, 2019
Minimum Stay: 2 Days
n/a $1,140 n/a
Aug 02, 2019 - Aug 03, 2019
Minimum Stay: 2 Days
n/a $1,140 n/a
Aug 04, 2019 - Aug 08, 2019
Minimum Stay: 2 Days
n/a $1,057 n/a
Aug 09, 2019 - Aug 10, 2019
Minimum Stay: 2 Days
n/a $1,021 n/a

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Property Description

Award Winning Views Abound in Indian Shores Beachfront Treasure!

After 45 years of ownership, the Bungalow Beach Place has been taken over by a new family with new dreams and ideals for this exclusive property. Bungalow Beach Place, formerly known as the Florentine, has been newly renovated and updated with the latest luxury features such as all new appliances, wood floors, granite counter tops, new cabinets, updated bathrooms, bedrooms, furniture and electronics. Located in the quiet and charming community of Indian Shores, these delightful condos cozy and contemporary and are sure to make your vacation experience unforgettable!

The condos at Bungalow Beach Place are fully appointed with new Queen pillow top mattress dressed in down bedding, ultra-soft bamboo linens, and the finest soft luxury bath towels. Each boasts its own full kitchen with brand new appliances including stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster, full set of cookware, dishes, glasses and silverware. Brand new 50" LED Samsung flat screen smart televisions have been installed and units with an additional bedroom also have a flat screen. Each luxury condo is uniquely and tastefully decorated with individual coastal themes, and complimentary state of the art Wi-Fi is available for your use throughout the property.

All who stay at Bungalow Beach Place are treated to an amazing view of the pristine emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and a backyard of sugary white sand. The tropical landscape with its beautiful coconut palms provide just the right amount of shade while rustling in the Gulf's breeze. The inviting patio area has the newest luxury outdoor furniture with brand new cushions for your added comfort. Available for your use is a large barbecue grill, outdoor coolers, tiki torches and an outdoor shower for your convenience. There is also an on site laundry facility available to all guests.

Originally known as Indian Rocks South Shore, this quiet beach town is one of the oldest and smallest beach communities with the longest name. It was named Indian Rocks Beach, South Shore because the tiny community wanted a separate identity from the City of Indian Rocks Beach. The Town averages only a block in width between the Gulf of Mexico and by an area known as The Narrows.

It was originally an Indian campsite and got its name from the large red rocks found along its shoreline. Its first "settlers" were a pair of Robinson Crusoe-Type brothers named Cochran. In 1883 four Cedar Key speculators sailing to St. Petersburg, stopped to explore the Island. They were fascinated by the Island's possibilities for future development and bought it from the Cochran Brothers for a nominal sum. It is said the brothers bartered their Island "for little more than a string of beads and $25.00, figuratively speaking, like the Indians of Manhattan". The region soon became a popular residential and vacation area for many prominent Tampans such as the McKay family. (Tampa Tribune)

Until a wooden turn bridge was built in 1916, a ferryboat transported pedestrians to the Island, and a barge carried horses, buggies and a few automobiles to the summer resort. In 1905 the Railroad ran a spur line from the mainland to the beach and a hotel was built, adding to the Island's popularity. The railroad spur was abandoned

** Please note: No Elevator **

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