Sand Castle II

Building Information – Sand Castle II, Indian Shores

Sand Castle Two Beachfront Condominiums, located in scenic Indian Shores, Florida, is a 10-story complex right on the Gulf of Mexico. It includes three bedroom, two bath units with around 1,200 sq. ft. of living space.

Constructed in 1979, Sand Castle Two Condos are a popular and well-established community. Most interiors include nicely updated kitchens, renovated baths, tile flooring and fresh décor. With lots of windows and spacious balconies, the views over the Gulf of Mexico and Intracoastal Waterway are breathtaking!

The complex features under building parking, beautifully landscaped grounds, heated beachfront swimming pool, hot tub, barbeques and sun deck. Just beyond the pool area you’ll step directly on to the powdery sand and into the emerald warm waters of the Gulf — right in your own back yard! Enjoy endless beach and surf action, and panoramic sunsets all year long.

Sand Castle Two Condos are ideally situated within walking distance to a pub across the street, as well as shops, grocery stores, salons and more. Bars, restaurants, playgrounds and parks are all close by.

Quiet Indian Shores is situated to the south of Indian Rocks Beach, and is a tiny barrier island community on Florida’s Gulf Coast. The Gulf is to the west and the Intracoastal Waterway is to the east, divided by the main thoroughfare, Gulf Blvd. The town is just 19 blocks long, but is known for its friendly atmosphere, panoramic beaches, great seafood and tropical wildlife (home to the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary). Indian Shores is convenient to famous theme parks, and the cities of Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Tampa.


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Tennis Court
Boat Slips
24 Hr. Security
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Billiard Room
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