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    Business Listing   Holiday Villas II - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - Phone: (727) 517-9045


    Business Listing   Indian Pass Apartments - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - Phone: (727) 595-1313


    Business Listing   Indian Sands Condominiums - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - Phone: (800) 609-6191


    Business Listing   Sea Gate 501 Condo - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - Phone: (727) 391-1058


    Business Listing   Sun Vista Reservations - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - Phone: (727) 595-1605


    Business Listing   Vip Realty 1 Inc - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - Phone: (727) 596-9044


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    Helpful Definition for: Apartments

    'Apartments' are complete lodging structures, which are a part of the whole building. Apartments in Indian Rocks Beach are often owned by the residents as co-operatives where they possess portions of a corporation or as apartments wherein the public spaces are shared by the residents of the apartments. In Indian Rocks Beach apartments are used mostly for giving rents by the building possessor. Apartments come in quite inexpensive rates for rental purposes in Indian Rocks Beach. There are different types of apartments which include one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three- bedroom, etc. In Indian Rocks Beach more than three-bedroom flat is uncommon. Various facilities are there in all kinds of apartments.



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