NO MINIMUM RENTAL PERIOD. SHORT TERM RENTALS ALLOWED & INCOME PRODUCING VACATION RENTAL. Gulf-front Treasure Island, 2BR, 2BA condo is light & bright and known as "LETS BEACH". The Sand Dunes is steps to the gorgeous wide beach at 120th Ave W. This is not your typical shotgun, narrow condo with a tiny balcony. The floor plan is open and roomy with a 27 foot covered outdoor balcony with views of the beach & Gulf. This condo is 1 of 4 in this building of this small complex of 14. You truly feel like you are in a little beach house on stilts. LETS Beach has been totally remodeled including most recent-brand new kitchen, quartz counters & stainless appliances. All Italian 18 inch tile over the concrete board, both bathrooms, & to use accordion storm shutters. The last several years include new HVAC, water heater, new energy-efficient windows & sliders, and the balcony/porch decking was redone with marine-grade boards & stainless screws. You have direct views of the Gulf & the beach from inside the condo. Built on stilts, you have your own covered parking underneath for up to 3 cars & also comes with a large private storage closet for your beach toys & bikes. You are a short walk down the boardwalk onto the beautiful sugar like sand where it's front row for the fireworks & sunsets! Everything you need is nearby. There is no minimum rental period for this unit and provides great rental income. This is a great investment property as well as a second home.
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