Treasure Island, FL, Pinellas County Condo for Sale 2 Bed 2 Baths for sale in Saint Petersburg, FL

Welcome to Key Capri Condo- a GATED, Residential Resort Community on a PRIVATE ISLAND, overlooking Johns PassConveniently located on the first floor for EZ access to the Pool, Spa and Tiki Hut, Billiard/Game Room, "Lending Library", Social Room, walking path and parking garageVIEWS include Gulf of Mexico and Johns Pass Boat traffic; the Charter Boats, Gas Dock and Johns Pass Marinano shortage of ACTIVITY to go with the VIEWS at Johns Pass! This 2 Br is one of only 3 per floor with direct views of "The Pass"; be one of only 42 owners (of a total of 177 2-Br's) @ Key Capri to enjoy direct views from their balcony, living room and bedroomsALL ROOMS have water views AND Floor to Ceiling Glass; the balcony is about 25' LONG and serves a Bedroom + the Living Room, about TWICE the size of most others balconies! Inside laundry hookups, split bedroom plan for max privacy - a great floor-plan... ASSIGNED parking space under bldg with your own storage shed in front of your parking space!... Ready for your personal updating touches, though well maintained and cared for...stainless in kitchen...The Association has ALL the AMENITIES you expect to live a resort lifestyleHeated Pool; Fitness Center, Mens & Ladies Saunas, billiards / game room, clubhouse-type room, BBQ area, fishing dock, tennis court, the best back yard in Pinellas County with lots of grass, a walking path you MUST SEE association-owned boat slip rentals (if avail) @ under $4/ft/mo!cats OK, sorry, no dogs; HURRY on his one!

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Realty Executives Adamo & Associates Realty Executives Adamo & Associates

  • Price: $285,000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

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