Tihitian Towers

Building Information – Tahitian Towers, Indian Shores

Welcome to Tahitian Towers Beach Condos, an upscale beachfront condominium complex right on the Gulf of Mexico in scenic Indian Shores, Florida.

Constructed in 1974, Tahitian Towers features two bedroom, two bath floor plans with around 1,100 sq. ft. of living space. Each condo unit has an oceanfront balcony showcasing gorgeous views over the Gulf and sizzling sunsets. In addition, there is a full kitchen with plenty of cabinetry and a snack bar. Many condos have renovated kitchens, updated baths, tile flooring and fresh décor.

With a tropical resort-style atmosphere, Tahitian Towers offers a beachfront heated swimming pool, large sundeck and views of natural sea oats and native vegetation along a wide stretch of sugar-white sandy beach. Right off the pool deck, you can stroll along the pristine beach and splash in the emerald warm Gulf waters!

In addition to a sparkling Gulf-front pool, Tahitian Towers offers ample private parking, carports, a laundry facility, a recreation building, as well as easy access to restaurants, shopping and trolley stops along Gulf Boulevard.

Quiet Indian Shores is situated to the south of Indian Rocks Beach, and is a tiny island community on Florida’s Central Gulf Coast. 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). There are plenty of golf courses, marinas and yacht clubs close by. And, Indian Shores is convenient to Tampa Bay’s famous points of interest, as well as the cities of Largo, Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Tampa.


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Fitness Center
Tennis Court
Boat Slips
24 Hr. Security
Meeting Room
Billiard Room
Club room

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