The City of Madeira Beach is an ideal vacation spot for the whole family. The strip of coastline around Madeira Beach Florida is located about midway between St. Pete Beach and Clearwater. Madeira Beach is a very small coastal city located in Florida just north of Treasure Island Florida with a population of 4324 people.
Since 2001 it Madeira Beach has had a population decline of 7.4%. Home appreciation last year (2013) amounted to 12.2%. Gulf Boulevard is the main drag along St. Pete/Clearwater’s barrier islands. Access to the stellar Gulf beaches is always within easy reach. Average water temps are well into the 70s in the Spring and Fall and in the mid-80s come summer.
John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk on Madeira Beach is one of the most popular attractions. This site is a breezy waterfront hub for shopping, dining and entertainment. John’s Pass has more than 100 stores and restaurants, many with water views. Nearby beach towns consist of Redington Shores, Indian Shores and Indian Rocks
Madeira Beach home prices are not only among the most expensive in Florida, but Madeira Beach real estate also consistently ranks among the most expensive in America