Redington Beach, Redington Shores, North Redington Beach

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Redington Beach, Redington Shores, North Redington Beach

Ok. People that live in Redington beach or North Redington beach or Redington Shores will probably be mad when they read this and discover that I will just call it (all three of them)) Redington. In all my 14 years of real estate this was always the most confusing thing, where does one start and where does the other end.

Well, once you live here you can go into detail, for now let’s just say Redington is the next Barrier Island to Madeira beach and it is very different from Madeira Beach.

I should know because my office is one block off the “border”

Redington is not as tourist focus as St Pete Beach for example. It has wonderful huge single family homes right on the beach, some luxury condo complexes like “The Tides”

Lots of residential single family areas, wonderful restaurants like the Wine cellar and a few parks and a really nice Pier hat goes into the Gulf of Mexico.

There are a few stores and shops but not too many. It is about 40 minutes from Tampa airport and about 20 minutes from the Skyway Bridge. It is a quite and relaxed little town (or 3 of them) and the beaches never get crowded.

Redington a barrier Island like Madeira Beach, Treasure Island, St. Pete Beach and Indian Shores/ Rocks are located directly on the Gulf of Mexico to the west and Boca Ciega Bay to the east. All these little towns enjoy the closeness to the 34 mile long Pinellas Trail and at least 30 something Golf courses.

 

The Town of North Redington Beach was incorporated in 1953 it is about a mile long and 1500 people live here. It is just north of Madeira beach and south of Redington Shores.

The Town of Redington Shores was incorporated in 1955, it is about 1.2 miles long and about 2500 people live here. It is south of Indian Shores and north of Redington Beach.

Redington Beach, Redington Shores, North Redington Beach

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