Tropical luxury awaits you in this waterfront beauty nestled in the exclusive, gated Sweetwater at Rocky Point enclave. With over 111 feet of frontage on a wide, deep saltwater canal to Tampa Bay in high and low tide, this home features nearly 180 degrees of water views from the expansive pool and outdoor entertaining areas. The heart of the home is the freshly renovated (2018) kitchen. Its unobstructed panoramic water view is framed by a shimmering glass tile back splash, sprawling Carrara marble counters and solid wood cabinetry. No kitchen upgrade has been overlooked: porcelain farmhouse sink, pop-up electrical receptacles for an uninterrupted back splash horizon, built-in JennAir expresso maker, induction cooktop, and convection oven/microwave. Located five minutes from Berkeley Preparatory School and just 10 minutes to the airport, you’ll have more time to hop on your boat and cruise to a nearby waterfront restaurant for dinner. Or head over to Safety Harbor or St. Pete to anchor on a beach for a weekend picnic. The 12,500 lb. boat lift is serviced by a composite wood dock for durability. The house overlooks Pelican Island ($1.2M to $2M homes) and is around the bend from The Cove at Rocky Point ($1.3M to $2M). The outdoor entertaining areas are ideal for hosting large parties or small gatherings with both sunny and shaded patios, a cozy pergola, fire pit and a large grassy lot leading down to the boat dock…perfectly situated for watching dolphins and manatees. Glistening white granite stonework accents the soaring family room fireplace, wet bar and a dining room wall. Plus, high vaulted ceilings give the home an airy elegance. The master suite opens onto the water and pool, and with its southern exposure, you’ll see sunshine from the pink sunrises to the gorgeous orange sunsets. The fourth bedroom is now the master suite dressing room, a jaw-dropping closet which promises to spoil you from morning to night. The two guest bedrooms both have southeast water views as an added bonus. Note: the traditional living room is being used as the dining room, and vice versa. The murphy bed in the third bedroom can be easily removed. The fourth bedroom, the master suite dressing room closet, can be transitioned back to a bedroom or office, as the cabinetry is not attached. Flood insurance is only $1700 per year. The 5-ton air conditioning system was just installed Feb. 2020. Pool tile and new marcite 2016. Two boat lift motors replaced 2020.