David Bates Group

Imperial Point is an area approximately 2 miles from Indian Rocks Beach via the Walsingham Bridge to Hamlin Blvd.and 102nd Avenue.  It is an attractive community with approximately 350 single family homes as well as villas and condos.  This deed restricted community with well maintained properties and grounds, has amazing facilities.  There are two pools, tennis court, clubhouse,  boat launch and fishing pier,  all situated on the scenic intracoastal waterway  Across the way is Indian Rocks Beach properties and businesses, including the Pub, a local favorite restaurant  with inside and outside seating.

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A typical home in Imperial Point ranges from 2 bedroom 2 bath with about 2000 sq. ft., and 3-4 bedroom/3 bath with 2500+ sq. ft.  Homes are well taken care of,  with many of the residents being long term owners.  These homes were built in the 70’s.  The condo/villas range from 2-3 bedroom/2 bath with areas ranging approximately 825 sq. ft. to 1350+ sq. ft.  These were built around 1969+.

The convenience of shopping areas is another plus for Imperial Point.  A short drive of 2 miles will bring you to the Indian Rocks Beach Plaza with Publix, Bealls, Dollar Store , a few small business and a major bank.  Walgreens and CVS are on the corner at the light. The area has other services and shopping in the Barclay Square Mall, including a fitness gym, yogurt bar, Walmart Superstore, to name a few.  The laid back quaint atmosphere of this area and all the amenities makes this location a #10.

The beach two miles away is  a huge plus, along with a variety of casual restaurants located on Gulf Blvd. Unique to Indian Rocks Beach are the many beach access/parking areas.  All have rinse off showers and nice walkways to the beach.

Schools in Pinellas County can vary from town to town and within the local school area.  Most people have great things to say about the area schools, elementary, middle and the high school. To learn all about the schools, I suggest you visit this link to get the big picture.  Pinellas County Schools.