There is something for everyone in Belleair. Houses in this community range in size from quaint ranches to palatial estates overlooking aquamarine water. Located almost exactly one mile from the Gulf of Mexico, you can enjoy a walk, run, or bike ride over the Belleair Causeway to Belleair Beach, or if you prefer something less strenuous, take a stroll down one of the many tree-lined streets. Shopping and dining in nearby Belleair Bluffs make Belleair a great spot if you like a convenient lifestyle. The Publix shopping center will meet all your grocery needs while the more local Belleair Market has great finds like rotisserie chicken, homemade meatloaf, delicious Cuban sandwiches, and breakfast sandwiches. Speaking of breakfast, Maggie Mae’s and Astoria Bakery are open for breakfast and lunch, and E&E Stakeout Grill, Bonefish, and Seaweed offer plenty of options for dinner. That’s just a small sampling of the many dining choices afforded to Belleair residents. Belleair residents enjoy a sense of community thanks in part to the Dimmit Community Center and annual neighborhood events like the Belleair Sunset 5K and the Sundays in Belleair outdoor concert series.