More About Living on Clearwater Beach | Real Estate
More About Clearwater BeachClearwater Beach is a great place to live. Whether buying a second home to enjoy in the winter months or a purchasing a full time residence, living on the beach in Clearwater has many benefits. It is a few minutes away from Clearwater, the second largest city in the Pinellas County area, offering many enjoyable activities and is one of the most popular vacation spots in Florida. There are 28 miles of beautiful sugar-white sand where you can sit and enjoy the sun, swim in the Gulf of Mexico, play a game of volleyball or just go for a stroll along the water's edge.
Clearwater Beach was officially designated the Best City Beach in the Gulf region by the nation's foremost beach expert Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman. For those home buyers who enjoy activities and non-stop fun, this is the place to be. When you live on Clearwater Beach you can enjoy the Pier 60 Park, which has beach showers, concession stands, clean restrooms, volleyball nets on the beach and the largest beach playground in the area. Pier 60 also hosts a nightly Sunset Festival with live music, artisans and entertainment as the sun sets into the Gulf of Mexico.
If you enjoy water sports or the outdoors, Clearwater Beach property is for you. And Clearwater beach is centrally located to Tampa and St. Petersburg and is only 90 minutes away from Disney World and Sea World which are in Orlando, Florida. Clearwater Beach is a great place to call home or buy real estate with all it has to offer. There are many available Clearwater Beach homes or condos for sale. You can purchase a waterfront home or a condo overlooking the beautiful Gulf of Mexico.
Wandering around Clearwater Beach is a wonderful way to relax, shop or enjoy the waterfront restaurants. We enjoy brunch at Shephards, which offers a wonderful champagne buffet! You can even park your boat on the water side of Shephards to enjoy their outdoor entertainment or order up a nice cool drink. And the grouper sandwiches at Frenchys Saltwater Café are the best! You can visit Clearwater's Municipal Marina which houses around 50 commercial boats used for diving, fishing, sailing, parasailing, sightseeing, dolphin watching and more. We have enjoyed dinner cruises along the Inter-coastal waterway and have even boarded a pirate ship for a ride along the gulf. When you live on Clearwater Beach you will never be bored.