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Treasure Island, FL

Three miles of white sand, clear blue waters, and a bustling beach make Treasure Island in Pinellas County, FL an idyllic beachfront community. It’s a place for those who enjoy all that outdoor living has to offer – swimming, snorkeling, parasailing, and so much more.

This sublime island spans 5.3 square miles with scenic views of the Gulf of Mexico right by the city. It is connected by bridges between Madeira Beach and St. Pete Beach.

Treasure Island got its name from a hotel owner who claimed to have found buried treasure there. When word spread of his discovery, people began calling the area Treasure Island. Today, the real treasure is the everyday-is-a-vacation feel of the place, as well as the thriving bar and restaurant scene that the city offers.

It is also a homebuyer’s dream, boasting of a varied mix of properties situated by its beautiful coast. Baseball legend Babe Ruth once bought a cozy beachfront home on Treasure Island after he retired.

According to 2017 estimates, Treasure Island has 6,938 residents, a number that has risen steadily since 2011.The population is expected to rise as the city moves forward with developments on infrastructure and accessibility.

Treasure Island homes for sale

There is a wealth of real estate options on Treasure Island. Home buyers can look forward to an assortment of single-family houses, condos, mansions, and more. These homes come in a varied mix of architectural styles, including Modern, Ranch, and Contemporary.

Village of Paradise Island near Central Avenue is a condo and townhouse community offering 2 to 3-bedroom units. One of the perks of living here is its proximity to the city community center which has a 9-hole golf course, tennis courts, playgrounds, and more.

Bahia Mar features luxury homes withwhite sand beaches right at their doorstep. The Mediterranean-style homes come complete with beautiful gardens and patios that provide scenic views of the coast.

To make sure that residents continue to live safely and comfortably, the local government’s strategic development plans for the island include improving the city’s sewer and water system, adding more parking spaces, and strengthening the city’s seawalls.

Island hopping via car from Treasure Island to the Florida mainland via St. Petersburg is easy with the Treasure Island Causeway linking islands. You can also take the scenic Gulf Boulevard route, crossing a bridge to Blind Pass Road and onwards to Pasadena Avenue. Of course, the waters surrounding the islands are still the adventurer’s means of going places.

Attractions and activities in Treasure Island

Gators Café & Saloon
Have a drink, watch your favorite sport, and catch beautiful sunset views in what is touted as the “world’s longest waterfront bar.” This place has everything, from a tasting room to a tiki lounge. No wonder it has been one of the most popular entertainment hubs in the island for over 20 years!

John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk
More than being a simple park, this attraction is a thriving commercial and dining district. Among the many activities offered here are dolphin watching, eco-tours, and jet skiing.

Parasailing the Pass
See Florida from a different perspective —that is, from around 800 feet in the air. This is made possible with the only parasailing company on Treasure Island. They also offer private sightseeing tours that include dolphin watching.

Treasure Island Fun Center
Have a blast at the largest arcade in Pinellas County, which has been around since 1967. Get two hours of unlimited play on video games, test your skills at the pool table, challenge your friends in air hockey, and more.

If Treasure Island, FL is where you can feel right at home, then let us help you get started on your journey to living your best years here! Get in touch with the experts, Sun & Sand Real Estate, at (727) 412-3020 or send an email to Deb(at)Sun-Sand(dotted)com.

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