One or more photo(s) has been virtually staged. Two unique beach stone cottages for the price of one and room for a pool – located 800 feet from the white sands of Indian Rocks Beach. Front cottage has 2 BD, 1 BA and total 940 sq ft. Rear cottage has 1 BD, 1 BA and total 673 sq ft. Both have ceramic floor tile. Think of the possibilities, live in the front cottage and put the kids or the mother-in-law in the back cottage, or rent one for income. Would make great beach Airbnb rentals too! And how wonderful to own a piece of Indian Rocks history: A short way down 12th Ave from the white sugar sands of Indian Rocks beach are these charming stone cottages built by stonemason O.G. Creel as a residence for his family. It was in the 1930’s and 40’s that the building spree began of stone houses in the surrounding neighborhood and beyond. About a dozen of Creel’s well-constructed stone houses remain in IRB. They often go unnoticed by casual passersby since they blend right in with the local old-Florida ambiance. The rocks were quarried near Crystal River, Florida, and trucked to the job sites. Creel’s construction methods were ahead of their time, as the thick stone-and-concrete walls were resistant to summer heat and strong winds. While Creel went on to build stone houses around the U.S., Indian Rocks Beach is fortunate to have the largest surviving collection of these unique architectural gems. Indian Rocks Beach is more than nice…it’s irresistible too attractive and tempting to be resisted . The sand of Indian Rocks beach is white and becomes firmer as you get near the turquoise water. Sugary white sand is what Gulf coast beaches are all about. With small sand dunes, Indian Rocks Beach is among the nicest with clean sand that sparkles in the sun. Enjoy nightly skies ablaze sunsets as the sun slowly melts into the Gulf of Mexico. Indian Rocks Beach is known for over 2 miles of beautiful beaches and warm gulf waters. Less busy than Clearwater Beach, Madeira Beach or St. Pete Beach – relaxing IRB is perfect for short or long visits.