Have you ever wanted to live in a piece of history? Now is your opportunity to enjoy this work of art. Designed for the Florida climate before air conditioning was common, a dozen houses were built along 69th Avenue South and on Pinellas Point Drive called Vision-aire or Birdcage style homes. In addition to the 13 Birdcage houses architect Glenn Q. Johnson created, some of his other local designs include, St. Pete Library and North Shore Aquatic Center. This fully furnished home offers two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and ample additional living space. This home is situated in peaceful, residential Greater Pinellas Point area, which has awe inspiring views of the miles-long Sunshine Skyway Bridge and its fishing pier. The neighborhood features waterfront spaces like Maximo Park, with a boardwalk and boat ramps, and Bay Vista Park, which has a recreation center and playground. Living here you will enjoy the close proximity to downtown, the beaches and the highway for a quick commute to Tampa Airport. Don’t miss the opportunity to live in the area known for its curving, pink-hued streets and funky 1950s “bird cage” houses. Professionals & art enthusiasts are welcome! Annual rental is preferred. Call today!