Located in the western part of Gulf Boulevard — bounded by Indian Rocks Beach on the south and Belleair Beach on the north and east — Belleair Shore in Pinellas County, Florida is smallest town in Florida. It is strategically situated four miles directly south of the City of Clearwater Beach and a mile west of the City of Belleair Bluffs. Belleair Shore is 833 miles from one of the most top-ranked and favored states in the US – Washington, D.C.
The establishment of the town dates back to 1955. The town’s founding fathers envisioned a well-ordered community that is not overcrowded, has an enhanced appearance, and offers ensured safety and health for dwellers. read more…
With land area spanning .146 sq. kilometers and one-square-kilometer amount of surface water, Belleair Shore is a breezy place with enticing beaches that attracts visitors. Over 60 properties dot the mile-long beachfront of the town noted for its natural beauty.
Because every home is gulf front, the common sounds to be heard are the waves of the gulf of Mexico and twittering seagulls. The private homes situated on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Mexico therefore make conducive living spaces.
There is curbside recycling and other rules & regulations adhered to.
High-rise buildings are understandably prohibited. Such limitations underscore the `good living by design’ philosophy and the town officials aim to protect the continuity of a stable and consistent environment.
From single family home estates overlooking the Gulf, dwellers can enjoy stunning evening sunsets. Complete amenities come with most of the newly developed homes, including open gourmet kitchen, granite counters, breakfast bar, spa and pool.
Residents and visitors of Belleair Shore get to enjoy enough entertainment and dining destinations in the area. People can participate in numerous activities amidst the backdrop of the western sky from their private beach.
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