Auction! This is an auction property; a 5% buyer' s premium applies. The listing price is the estimated opening bid. This iconic location in Pinellas County is now available for auction. This 2 acre Gulf front community property has served the County and it residents as a landmark restaurant for years. As often happens, time passes and a need for a new use of a property arrives. The property maintains key characteristics for an incredible restaurant concept. Or it can be repurposed for a variety of uses including retail, condo, townhouse, and even a mix of use. The fact that the site offers 2 acres of possibilities along the beaches is a rare find. The owners have engaged the auction process to make a sale happen. This is a chance to own the future of this site.
North Redington Beach (2000 population 1,474) is near the geographic midpoint of the Gulf Beach municipalities located on the barrier islands, separated from the Pinellas County main-land by the Intracoastal Waterway. The 2010 population estimate (1,417) is 3.9% smaller than the 2000 Census. Redington Shores is the community immediately north of the subject property; its 2010 population is 2,121 and it had declined 9.3% from the 2000 Census figure. Indian Shores lies 1.8 miles north; it has a current population of 1,420, which is nearly iden-tical to North Redington Beach. South of North Redington Beach is Redington Beach (popu-lation 1,427); this municipality is comprised almost entirely of bayfront and Gulffront, single-family homes. Madeira Beach is 1.7 miles south of the subject; it is the largest community in the central Gulf area with a current population of 4,263. St. Pete Beach is located in the southernmost section of the Pinellas barrier islands, which extend a distance of 26 miles from Pass-a-Grille north to Clearwater Beach. St. Pete Beach is the largest beach community (9,346 residents) and the primary tourist destination in the Tampa Bay area.