ADDvantage Real Estate helps Canadians find great deals in Florida when buying a home or condo. Financing is achieved through Royal Bank of Canada, who works with Canadians to buy that perfect home or condo in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Dunedin, and other Florida beach communities favored by our Canadian neighbors.
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Take a moment to look at some of our beautiful coastal communities below to find the perfect home or condo!
Point Brittany, just off the Pinellas Bayway in St. Pete has over thirty acres of pure tranquility. Point Brittany is a splendid waterfront community located minutes from the Gulf of Mexico a short driving distance to the interstate and just minutes from the Tampa International Airport. Tampa is twenty minutes across the bay to big city restaurants, the performing arts, sports complexes, and upscale shopping. Point Brittany is an over 55 complex of six buildings containing over 700 condos offering 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms plus 15 different floor plans. There are four pools, tennis courts, boat slips, and a fitness center. All the benefits of a lush resort to keep you entertained during your retirement.
On St. Pete Beach, Canadians love the restaurants, shopping, and community activities. With Gulf access, St Pete Beach offers a 5.5-acre park in the heart of St. Pete Beach right on Gulf Blvd. This park sports a 235-meter parking area, showers, restrooms facilities, and three rustic boardwalks that blend in with the scenic sand dunes and protected sea oats that line the white beaches. The background is always the spectacular and endless view of the Gulf of Mexico. St. Pete Beach is home to 10,032 locals and remains a winter retreat for many Canadians, Newfoundlanders, Europeans, and other winter weary northerners. Only 28% of residences on St. Pete Beach are homesteaded.
Treasure Island offers Canadians the Surf Beach which is a condo hotel fully managed by an on-site professional rental staff. Treasure Island is a popular West Coast of Florida destination to vacation or enjoy the quite island living. Private homes, condos and fabulous hotels make living on Treasure Island truly one of Florida's best places to live, retire or raise a family. Restaurants such as the Middle Grounds Grill, Foxy's, The Pearl, and landmark Gigi's Italian Restaurant line the coast of this gulf view city. Seafood is of course what everyone wants in Florida which can be found at Wahoo's and other local places like VIP Mexican Restaurant and Lounge and Ricky T's Bar and Grill.
On Madeira Beach, Canadians find exquisite sunsets and quiet beaches. Sandwiched between the Gulf of Mexico and Boca Ciega Bay, this quiet island community of about 5000 residents has beautiful beaches, great dining, and John's Pass board walk. Madeira Beach neighbors are Redington Beach to the north and Treasure Island to the south. Even John LeVeque, the famous pirate, found the beauty of John's Pass and Madeira Beach overwhelming and he spent the rest of his years fishing, swimming by day, and searching for his lost treasure by night.
Redington Beach is one of Florida's most popular places to live on the West Coast. Redington Beach, Florida is located in Pinellas County and is a barrier island protecting the City of St. Pete. Redington Beach is on the Gulf of Mexico and its finger islands project into Boca Ciega Bay. To the north is the sister island of North Redington Beach and to the south is Madeira Beach. The Intracoastal Waterway borders Redington Beach to the east and the Gulf of Mexico on the west. Redington Beach offers Canadians mostly waterfront single family homes.
Indian Shores is a town located in Pinellas County Florida. As of 2004 the approximate population was 1,792. Indian Shores was incorporated in 1949 and changed its name from "Indian Rocks Beach" to "Indian Shores" in 1973. This town is only 19 city blocks long and 1 city block wide. Indian Shores is on the west coast of Florida only 30 minutes from Tampa International Airport. Indian Shores in home to the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, the largest non-profit wild bird hospital in the United States. The sanctuary treats and houses all kinds of birds including pelicans, egrets, owls, and hawks. The famous Salt Rock Grill is also located in Indian Shores. Most people sit outside on their waterfront deck and enjoy the beautiful views. Indian Shores is known to be a quieter area then the surrounding beaches like St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach. Canadians would love Indian Shores for vacationing or just finding a relaxing place to live.
Dunedin has been rated in the top 10 places in the world to retire with the cutest downtown in all Florida, parks, the Pinellas Trail, and wonderful condos such as the San Ruffino and Dunedin Grand. Scottish families originally settled in the City of Dunedin 1899. The name Dunedin comes from "Dun Eideann", the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh, which is the capital of Scotland. To maintain and embrace it's Scottish Roots, once a year Scottish clans come to the city for the Dunedin Highland Games. You can hear the sound of the bagpipes throughout the city during the festival. Many other festivals are held here in Dunedin, the most popular being Dunedin's Mardi Gras Celebration. The City of Dunedin is known for being home to many beaches including Honeymoon Island, Dunedin Causeway, and Caladesi Island State Park which is rated as one of the best beaches in the world. Since 1977 Dunedin has also been home to the Toronto Blue Jays for spring training as well as the Dunedin Blue Jays who are part of the Florida State League. Dunedin Stadium is used for the Blue Jays spring training and was built as a replacement to Grant Field the first stadium used by the Blue Jays.
Clearwater Beach has long been a Canadian hide-out as a popular destination for winter weary northerners desperate to feel the warm Florida sun. Clearwater Beach offers a seemingly endless supply of sun with a mild, temperate climate. It is ideally situated on the Gulf of Mexico on Florida's west coast, offering something for every visitor or resident. With awards such as Best City Beach, one of America's Top Family Beaches, one of the Top Singles Beaches in Florida, and one of the Best Beaches from Maine to Hawaii, Clearwater Beach offers Canadians the best beaches plus extensive water recreation, special events, water based attractions, upscale shopping, and fine restaurants there is plenty to see and do.