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apartments with hardwood floors
Last updated February 24 2024 at 10:25 PM

St. Pete Beach, FL
110 Apartments for Rent with Hardwood Floors

Scoring an apartment with hardwood floors can be a big win for St. Pete Beach renters. They`re typically a beautiful addition to your space. They’re also easier to clean a... Read Guide >
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much is rent for an apartment with hardwood floors in St. Pete Beach?

Rental prices for apartments with hardwood floors in St. Pete Beach range from $2,500 to $5,500 per month.

How many apartments with hardwood floors are available for rent in St. Pete Beach?

Currently, there are 3 apartments with hardwood floors available for rent in St. Pete Beach.
City Guide for St. Pete Beach, FL

Local twins: In 1994, voters renamed what was then St. Petersburg Beach to St. Pete Beach -- not to shorten everything like text speak, but because the city of St. Petersburg to the east just had too similar of a name.

St. Pete Beach, Florida's just over 9,000 residents live on Long Key, a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico. Three bridges carry people in and out of town, to Treasure Island, South Pasadena and the Bayway Isles section of St. Petersburg. While 80% of residents drive private automobiles to work, at least commute times are short: average time on the road is 15 minutes. Knowing that you don't even have to put up with a long commute to live right by the beach? Priceless. See more

What to keep in mind when looking for apartments with hardwood floors in St. Pete Beach, FL

Scoring an apartment with hardwood floors can be a big win for St. Pete Beach renters. They`re typically a beautiful addition to your space. They’re also easier to clean and sweep, particularly if you have pets.

However, there are some downsides. Hardwood floors carry sounds. They can also make your apartment noisy for your roommates and downstairs neighbors.

Ask the landlord or property manager about the hardwood floors before signing a lease. Are they actually hardwood or a popular composite alternative? The latter is probably easier to clean and care for than the real thing.

It’s also important to ask about who’s responsible for any damage to the floors and what that entails. Your security deposit could take a hit from scratches, dents, and other damage.

Consider the type of climate you live in. Hardwood floors typically don’t fare well in damp climates full of moisture. Stains and buckling are common in hardwood floors after rain flooding or excessive moisture.

However, hardwood floors can be ideal for dry climates or sunny areas for renters who love the way they look.