Redington Beach, FL Neighborhoods

One of Pinellas County’s finest residential beach-front communities, living in Redington Beach is like being on a permanent vacation.

When you drive through Redington Beach, you’ll notice there are a variety of homes, from multi-million dollar mansions, to beach houses and mediterranean style homes and condos.

Johns Pass, a very popular shopping location is just south of Redington Beach along the water featuring popular restaurants such as Bubba Gump Shrimp, The Hut Bar and Grill, and more!

It’s not uncommon to see dolphins in Redington Beach or catch beautiful sunsets.

There’s a nice blend of restaurant choices from fast food to fine dining that cater to different tastes.

If living on Awarding Winning Beaches people pay to just visit every year interests you, then Redington Beach, FL may be the place for you!

If you’re interested in living here, we would be happy to take you on a personal tour… you can schedule it today with Ryan Eisenhower#727-777-3797 or Chris Formico#727-307-1111.

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Redington Beach, FL is a great area because it’s a beach town which offers higher chances of greater resell value and return on investments.

Redington Beach has a population of just over 1500 people.  With miles of restaurants, shops, and other sandy beaches nearby, it’s a highly desirable area to live in.

Whether you prefer a quiet lifestyle or one with a little more partying, Redington Beach does a good job catering to both.

There really is a lot to do here, with 5 public beach accesses, 4 town parks, many spots to fish at and a variety of Mom and Pop businesses that provide you Florida living at it’s best.

Redington Beach, FL is located on a barrier island between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf Of Mexico. With easy access to Alternative 19 and Park Blvd, you can live near the gorgeous white sands of Redington Beach without sacrificing on location and conveniences.

The town is around 1 square mile in size and is neighbors with Madeira Beach on it’s south border, and North Redington Beach on it’s north border.

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