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When it comes to renting your home, finding a property manager professional that is not only experienced and skilled, but also looking out for your best interests is essential. As a property manager professional, I have access to the latest resources and marketing tools, which will get your rental noticed. I have worked in the manager role with retail and HR in the past and work very well with others. I take a lot of pride in delivering results in a timely manner. This goes for answering questions, communicating, and all matters that relate to my owners feeling they have made the right choice in trusting their properties with me. Please call me if you or someone you know is considering renting. Cherie is a partner of Jane Bricker
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When you're faced with making an important decision, it's reassuring to call on a professional for assistance. Someone who listens and understands your goals and has an unrelenting desire to achieve them. An enthusiastic professional who can provide you with dependable answers and solid solutions. When the decision concerns buying or selling a home, that professional is Doug Dickinson.
Belleair is a busy, growing community with a unique sense of civic pride. Part of Belleair's uncommon personality lies in its colorful history and the Belleview Biltmore Hotel which had its grand opening in January of 1897. Guests at the Belleview enjoyed the amenities of regal, rustic living; yachting on Clearwater Bay, horseback riding in the piney woods south of the hotel; golfing, tennis, skeet shooting, and bicycling. The national craze for bicycling found a home at the hotel and, at the turn of the century, Belleair was the scene of six-day bicycle races and many other national and international prominent cycling events. The good life at the seasonal Belleview Biltmore naturally led to the desire among some guests to live in this pleasant place year-round. Some of Belleair's first homes were constructed on North Indian Rocks Road, overlooking the Belleview's golf course, and still stand today.
The Belleview's original nine-hole golf course with sand greens had grown to two, 18-hole courses with Florida's first grass greens by World War I. In 1920. The hotel was sold several times and time continued to have negative effects on the buildings even with restoration efforts over the years. The hotel was demolished in 2016 except for a preserved portion which moved 230 feet by hydraulic lift and will be re-purposed as a Boutique inn. The site now boasts luxury condos and townhomes with exquisite views. See More... https://www.townofbelleair.com/