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333 Chestnut Street

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100 Second Avenue
St. Petersburg


The scenic Florida peninsula known as “Pinellas” is shaped much like the state itself, surrounded by water on three sides. Also like the state, this landmass features the calm and beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the west. On the east and south sides, Pinellas County faces the dynamic Tampa Bay region. Pinellas County plays an integral role in the Tampa Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). Home to the MSA’s second and third largest cities — St. Petersburg and Clearwater — the county is efficiently linked to Tampa by three bridges. Many residents of the Tampa Bay Area who are employed in Hills­borough County have discovered idyllic homes in Pinellas County communities.


Little wonder that Pinellas County has welcomed a flood of new residents. Few locales in the nation can rival this region as an ideal location to live, work, and play. The favorable tax structure and the progressive employment opportunities combine with an impressive public school system and leading healthcare institutions. Quality educational opportunities encompass private schools,
technical centers, specialty institutions, the private Eckerd College, and the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg.

Major corporations in the caliber of Raytheon and Lockheed Martin have joined a myriad of smaller companies to boost the entire Tampa Bay area’s economy to new heights. Home to leading high-tech industries, St. Petersburg anchors the county with one of the state’s finest public universities, renowned healthcare facilities, and a leading marine science research complex. Throughout the county, emergency care centers, rehabilitation centers, long-term care facilities, family practice clinics, specialized professionals, skilled nursing services, and other supportive facilities and services meet every need close to home.


Commuters, residents, and visitors all enjoy transportation efficiencies such as Interstate 275 and US 19, an international airport, and bus service through the transit authority. In recent years, Pinellas County has seen rapid growth, welcoming a steady influx of newcomers who are attracted to the warm sunshine, pristine beaches, and thriving economy. The northern reaches of Pinellas County boast many handsome new developments, yet the area preserves its charming historic districts. Tarpon Springs is one of the most popular, claiming a unique heritage steeped in Greek culture and traditions in a picturesque seaside setting.

As you might expect, prime waterfront property abounds in this scenic region. The City of Clearwater connects mainland development to a beachside community via the Memorial Causeway. Throughout the gulf coast, newcomers will discover a chain of wonderful beachfront communities. At the same time, rapid growth continues to reach the interior of the peninsula, filling in the once open space surrounding cities like Largo, Seminole, and Pinellas Park.

Retail options range from convenient neighborhood plazas and sprawling malls to quaint districts where boutiques display everything from antiques to art. Broadway, ballet, jazz, opera, classical music, and pop concerts are the featured attractions at fine venues such as St. Petersburg’s Bayfront Center and Clearwater’s Ruth Eckerd Hall. Some of the region’s finest museums are located here, including the Salvador Dali Museum, the Florida International Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Hands on Museum, Great Explorations, the Florida Holocaust Museum, the Saint Petersburg Museum of History, and the Science Center of Pinellas County.

A full calendar of holiday festivals and celebrations, posh golf courses, major-league baseball excitement, waterfront sports and attractions, and some of the nation’s finest recreational amenities add to the quality of life. Restaurants and cafes abound, many with outdoor dining areas that take advantage of the warm Florida sunshine cooled by balmy sea breezes.

The housing selection in Pinellas County is unrivaled for quantity, quality, and value. Many unincorporated master-planned communities, beach villages, and urban centers combine to provide an unlimited selection of home and lifestyle choices. Once thought of as a haven for retirees, Pinellas County has grown and matured in recent decades as a year-round paradise.



Belleair, Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Shore
City Halls
Belleair Beach
Belleair Bluffs
Belleair Shore
Chamber of Commerce


Ideally situated along the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway in the northern section of Pinellas County, the Belleair area encompasses the residential neighborhoods of Belleair itself as well as the prestigious neighboring communities of Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, and Belleair Shore. The avenues of Belleair boast lush fairways on panoramic golf courses, rows of towering palm trees, and meticulously landscaped properties. The housing selection includes ranch-style residences, two-story colonials, waterfront mansions, and condominiums. Posh country clubs, state-of-the-art sports centers, and elegant resorts harmonize beautifully with this area’s affluent residential enclaves and upscale atmosphere. Belleair Bluffs offers no gulf waterfront property, but it does provide retail shops and services to residents of all three communities. The housing selection blends single-family homes in tranquil neighborhoods with a selection of condominiums and apartments.


City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Anchored by the county seat and scenic City of Clearwater, this metropolitan area boasts a stunning stretch of beach along the Gulf of Mexico. Newcomers will find a delightfully varied selection of housing in and around Clearwater, from charming beach bungalows and cabanas to rambling ranches, handsome condominiums, and luxurious estates.

Now the county’s second largest city, Clearwater has benefited from significant revenue from tourism. In recent years, an influx of high-tech and service industries have diversified and strengthened the already flourishing economy. Enhancing the impressive hospitality industry, Harborview Center convention complex was built in the mid 1990s and nestles in the very heart of the downtown district.

New businesses and new residents alike have recognized the value of a well-developed urban center with an ideal, centralized location on the Pinellas peninsula. Although the cosmopolitan resources of Tampa and St. Petersburg are easily accessible to Clearwater residents, they enjoy first-rate services and amenities just beyond the front door. Fine venues for the performing arts, leading museums and galleries, respected healthcare institutions, and excellent public and private schools continue to attract an increasing number of year-round residents and families to this gulf coast resort city known for its quality of life and natural beauty.


City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Anchoring a region along the shores of St. Joseph Sound and the Gulf of Mexico, the City of Dunedin offers the charm of a village atmosphere in the central region of Pinellas County. This area enjoys a prime location near a causeway link to panoramic Honeymoon State Park. Within Dunedin, new residents will discover a predominance of single-family homes in tree-canopied neighborhoods. This area offers spacious homes overlooking the Sound and Caladesi Island, while modern condominiums nestle in woodland settings. Retirement enclaves, charming older homes, and a quaint antiques center add to the appeal. Extremely proud of its Scottish heritage, the town celebrates the Highland Games each spring.


City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Offering a residential community in the heart of the county, the Largo area refers to itself as the “city of progress on Florida’s West Coast.” Largo enjoys an excellent location near the scenic Belleair beach communities, and welcomes many winter visitors. Residents are anxious to promote the area for continued commercial growth, balancing residential neighborhoods with vibrant retail and service centers. Award-winning parks and the redevelopment of the vintage downtown area are evidence of a commitment to excellence.


City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

The Oldsmar area enjoys the distinction of offering the county’s only contiguous land connection to the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County. Perhaps this “no bridges” location has helped to foster the area’s rapid growth in lovely residential communities. Local attractions include the thoroughbred horse racing at Tampa Bay Downs Race Track, the bargains at Oldsmar Flea Market, and the skating rink at the Tampa Bay Skating Academy. Housing ranges from spacious single-family homes to executive homes and estates or stately older residences in the heart of town. The regional Upper Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce headquartered in Oldsmar also covers the unincorporated communities of Town and Country and Northwest Hillsborough.


Safety Harbor
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Anchored by the famous landmark of the Safety Harbor Resort & Spa, this panoramic area has been a magnet for international visitors since the turn of the century. Less than five square miles in size, this residential community in the central region of the county offers very little undeveloped land for new construction. Over the decades, the early grapefruit orchards have given way to many attractive residential developments that have attracted affluent commuters. Newcomers continue to be drawn to the serene and quaint atmosphere of this historic area in close proximity to major urban amenities. Century-old trees shade restored brick streets and a beautiful promenade in the downtown district in this charming area.


Tarpon Springs
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce


Strategically situated north of the City of Clearwater, Tarpon Springs boasts a truly unique environment that is enriched by the Mediterranean heritage of yesterday’s Greek sponge divers. The entire main street district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including a restored city hall that now serves as a dazzling cultural center. Many of the elegant Victorians that are near the downtown district were renovated to complement the bevy of galleries, studios, cafes, shops, and antique dealers. Many area homes enjoy prime sites on bayous, waterways, and Lake Tarpon. Handsome older mansions blend with lovely new subdivisions for a diversity of architecture that only adds to the overall appeal. Tourism is the leading industry, anchored by the Sponge Docks, historic attractions, and the charm of the retail district.



City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Most newcomers characterize Gulfport as a sleepy beach town a step removed from the beaten path of tourism. This former fishing village boasts strong historic and arts communities and is home to an art village of galleries, studios, and shops. In recent years, this area has attracted a new level of interest as a residential choice. At the same time, the quaint community has managed to preserve the charm of its uniquely culturally rich atmosphere. Residents enjoy a white-sand beach, a lovely park, picnic pavilions, and a pier that stretches toward panoramic Boca Ciega Bay. The Gulfport Casino is a turn-of-the-century landmark that still provides dancing and live musical entertainment.


Indian Shores, Indian Rocks Beach
City Halls
Indian Shores
Indian Rocks Beach
Chamber of Commerce

Stretching along several miles of prime waterfront, the intimate communities of Indian Shores and Indian rocks welcome throngs of visitors each winter. Along with the single-family homes that enjoy a prime beach location, these charming beachfront communities offer condominiums and townhomes that range from low to mid-rise. Indian Shores is also the proud home of the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary for rescuing and potentially releasing wild birds. Visitors and residents have the added convenience of local shops, services, and fine restaurants.


Madeira Beach
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

The small community of Madeira Beach had its genesis as a sleepy fishing village on the Gulf of Mexico. Commercial fishing still remains an important industry and a focal point of community festivities. Each October, Madeira Beach hosts the famous John’s Pass Seafood Festival and draws visitors from around the region. The town more than doubles in size during the vacation season in the winter months, welcoming throngs of visitors and vacationers. Most of the housing is single-family residences that harmonize with a limited number of condominium developments.


Pinellas Park
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Stretching over 15 square miles, the community of Pinellas Park enjoys a prime location between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. It is also situated approximately midway between the highly developed metropolitan centers of Clearwater and St. Petersburg. The area’s major highways lead directly to Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, and Gulf Beaches. Two major recreation centers combine with a senior center to offer quality leisure activities for all ages. Pinellas Park also boasts one of the largest team sports programs for youth in the Tampa Bay Region. Designated as a tree city, this lovely community takes great pride in its landscaping. Native plantings are used by the parks department, and the landmark Crape Myrtle trees are known to bloom 100 days during the hot summer months.


Redington Beach, Redington Shores, North Redington Beach
Town Halls
Redington Beach
Redington Shores
North Redington Beach
Chamber of Commerce

The towns in the Redington Beach area offer small, residential, waterfront communities on the Gulf of Mexico with lovely white-sand beach playgrounds as a major attraction. Condominiums and single-family homes provide a pleasing selection of housing options. Redington Beach is located on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico. This waterfront residential community borders North Redington Beach to the north, Madeira Beach to the south, the Intracoastal Waterway on the east. North Redington Beach is home to a thriving hospitality industry that includes resort hotels, restaurants, and retail shops. Boating, water sports, and fishing are all popular pastimes for permanent residents, vacationers, and second-home owners who enjoy a waterfront lifestyle.


St. Pete Beach
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Distinguished as one of the world’s favored vacation destinations, the seven-mile beachfront gracing the community of St. Pete Beach is also the “front yard” of Florida’s fourth largest city. Connected to the mainland and St. Petersburg by a causeway to the north and Pinellas Bayway to the south, St. Pete Beach is the only “beach city” with direct access to Interstate 275. St. Pete Beach is actually three islands surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico, Tampa Bay, and the Intercoastal Waterway. Many festivals and celebrations highlight life in this colorful beach community.


St. Petersburg
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

Ideally located in the very heart of the Tampa Bay regional market, Florida’s fourth largest city boasts more than 230 miles of pristine shoreline. Surrounded by water on three sides, St. Petersburg looks to Tampa Bay to the east and south and the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico to the west. As the epitome of Florida style and grace, the town features meticulous landscaping, streets lined with palm trees, Mediterranean architecture, charming brick streets along downtown, and tropical white-sand beaches.

A favored destination for tourism and visitors, the city also offers residents an exceptionally well-developed parks and recreation department. More than 130 lush parks combine with good schools, a major university, historic neighborhoods, and a thriving economy to make St. Petersburg a jewel in the crown of the Tampa Bay region. Celebrations abound in hundreds of events set in waterfront parks or venues like the city’s landmark Pier, the vintage coliseum, Bayfront Center, and Mahaffey Theater. World-class museums include Salvador Dali Museum, while charming restaurants and shops line the retail districts. The arts are especially well supported in St. Petersburg in live performance and visual art centers.

The home selection throughout Greater St. Petersburg is exceptionally diverse and attractive. In downtown St. Petersburg, newcomers will find luxurious waterfront living in handsome condominiums, many with spectacular views. Well-kept older homes in long-established neighborhoods contrast with new custom-built estates in stunning enclaves. Business growth within the Carillon and Gateway area has driven more residential development in the form of luxury apartments and executive homes in prestigious communities. Giant trees shade the luxurious older homes in the west central “Jungle” area, popular for its close proximity to beaches and quality shopping. The southern section features stable areas like Bahama Shores and Pinellas Point, distinguished by “pink” streets, large lots, and scenic vistas. New residents will always be able to find their dream home in the growing metropolis of St. Petersburg.


City Hall

Chamber of Commerce

South of Clearwater and only 12 miles northwest of St. Petersburg, Seminole enjoys an ideal location surrounded by major urban amenities. The region is home to many retirees, but it also provides a warm and friendly atmosphere for many growing families. Many new residents have chosen this area for its affordable selection of housing, good services, close proximity to major employment center, and access to beaches and fine recreational facilities. The city borders the western shore of scenic Lake Seminole — one of two freshwater lakes in the county.


South Pasadena
City Hall
Chamber of Commerce

The quiet Gulf community of Pasadena is a small city nestled conveniently between southwest St. Petersburg and the southern beaches of Pinellas County. Residents enjoy a prime location just minutes away from beautiful white-sand beaches, excellent shopping, medical facilities, and nearby cultural and sports events. Anchoring the residential developments in this section of Pinellas County, the Pasadena Yacht and Country Club offers a gated property that boasts historic links originally designed by PGA tour great Walter Hagen as well as a picturesque marina that provides access to Boca Ciega Bay and Gulf of Mexico beyond.


Treasure Island
City Hall

Chamber of Commerce

Yesterday’s collection of tiny villages and towns in the Treasure Island area have incorporated into a single community, and little land is now available for new construction. This area is a credit to the genius of developers who created manmade landmasses that are now known as Isle of Capri, Isle of Palms, and Paradise Island. The technique expanded prime waterfront properties in an already desirable location. Treasure Island offers a wide range of services including public recreation programs, a community center, city transit, and a boardwalk. Visitors and residents alike enjoy deep-sea fishing, water sports, tennis, golf, and other premier recreational amenities close to home.



Bayway Isles
The exclusive, prestigious community of Bayway Isles actually consists of two main islands, extending south from the St. Petersburg peninsula into Boca Ciega Bay. The striking architectural styles that tend to dominate this elegant enclave are Spanish and European in influence. Residents tend to be professionals who appreciate the area’s pristine environment and the wide selection of upscale housing that spans three decades of construction.

Clearwater Beach
Linked to one of the Tampa Bay area’s most dynamic cities, Clearwater Beach adds another dimension of magnetism to the metropolitan hub of the north-county region. Ranked as “best city beach” by Conde Nast Traveler, this area consistently ranks among America’s finest beaches. The wide, white-sand stretch of land along the Gulf of Mexico has developed a pleasing collection of retail activity, fine tourist attractions, and welcoming neighborhoods lined with beautiful homes.

Cobbs Landing
Newcomers who are looking for an upscale community that also offers fine recreational amenities will want to explore the variety of home styles and price ranges in Cobbs Landing. In addition to the vast amenities available in Clearwater, St. Petersburg, and neighboring Tampa, this “north county” community boasts a lush community park, tennis courts, sports courts, and its own picturesque marina on Lake Tarpon. Only one of the two freshwater lakes in Pinellas County, Lake Tarpon is a paradise for those who enjoy water sports.

The master-planned community known as Countryside — as well as the enclaves that surround it — provide beautiful home choices and many premier amenities in the heart of Pinellas County. New single-family homes blend with estates and fine condominiums to attract a growing number of families who appreciate a prime location near Clearwater. Newcomers can look forward to country club recreational amenities like championship golf courses, tennis courts, and swimming pools, but also a relaxing community park and a major shopping mall.

East Lake Woodlands
Communities that include some of the most luxurious neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay region can be found in the East Lake Woodlands area surrounding Lake Tarpon in the northern section of Pinellas County. New housing blends fine condominiums, charming villas, and single-family homes in lush, wooded settings. In addition to preserves of scenic natural space with trails for relaxation and recreation, this area is home to fine golf courses and tennis courts that enhance the resort lifestyle.

Feather Sound
Enjoying a centralized location in Pinellas County, Feather Sound offers a selection of beautiful residential choices and lush golf course. Not far from the city limits of St. Petersburg, this area enjoys a good location just north of the dynamic Carillon business center. Feather Sound continues to welcome newcomers who are drawn to the strong sense of community and strategic location in the bay area.

Isla Del Sol, Dolphin Cay
New residents who are looking for a beautiful home on the fairway of a lush golf course or a manor that overlooks the shimmering waterways of the Tampa Bay region will find the ideal address in lovely Isla Del Sol or Dolphin Cay. True to their tropical names, these communities offer handsome properties along the waterfront as well as resort-style living in golf-course communities with premier amenities.

Wonderful residential villages nestle in the community of Lansbrook, just one of many beautiful residential choices in the Palm Harbor area of central Pinellas County. The Lansbrook Golf Club anchors a collection of subdivisions where many homesites enjoy vistas of lush greenery and fairways. The golf club also provides a host of social and recreational advantages. Residents enjoy the benefits of a private lakefront park. Newcomers will find a pleasing selection of homesites, architectural styles, and prices ranges that suit every lifestyle.

Palm Harbor
Characterized as primarily residential, the unincorporated area of Palm Harbor offers a community of friendly neighborhoods in central Pinellas County. Moss covered oaks shade the charming antique shops in “old town,” while the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Sound lie to the west. Lake Tarpon’s recreational amenities are available to the east, making this an ideal home for young professionals, retirees, and families in all stages. The region known as Palm Harbor encompasses the array of fine residential communities and neighborhoods that are not included in the cities of Oldsmar, Tarpon Springs, and Safety Harbor.

Old Northeast
Enjoying a prime location in the Saint Petersburg metropolitan region is the neighborhood known simply as “Old Northeast.” Here, newcomers will find a wide selection of homes that cover an equally diverse price range including some million-dollar estates. Mature greenery, the warm and serene atmosphere of a stable community, and access to the attractions and amenities in downtown St. Petersburg have kept this area high on the list of desirable addresses.

Pasadena Yacht & Country Club
Minutes from revitalized downtown St. Petersburg lies 300 acres of sub-tropical landscaping and one of the bay area’s most exclusive residential enclaves. These luxury homes enjoy a pristine setting with green space and wildlife. Even playful dolphins and manatees have been known to entertain residents from the vantage point of their homes along the Boca Ciega Bay shore. Finely groomed championship fairways and sleek schooners cutting the waters make this a paradise for water and golf sports enthusiasts. A protected marina with access to the Gulf of Mexico and world-class recreational facilities add to the attraction.

The small and picturesque community of Pass-A-Grille is situated at the southern tip of St. Pete Beach. The enclave begins just below the Don CeSar Beach Resort and Spa and extends just a few blocks. The nearby Intracoastal Island of Fina Del Mar offers another tranquil retreat where the interior homes are available at a more affordable price than the more exclusive waterfront properties. Those who enjoy water sports and boating will find a true paradise in Pass-A-Grille.

Sand Key
Located near a popular county park and boasting the Clearwater Sailing Center, the community of Sand Key combines spectacular waterfront vistas and stunning condominiums with exclusive shopping and fine dining. Residents enjoy excellent recreational amenities close to home in addition to the cultural, educational, healthcare, and employment benefits of an address convenient to Clearwater and St. Petersburg. Nearly all of the commerce in Sand Key clusters in the north section of the community.

Snell Isle
Newcomers who are seeking a more exclusive address in the St. Petersburg area will find an outstanding selection of vintage and modern estate homes in the Snell Isle area, from lovely Mediterranean mansions to gated waterfront mini-estates. Access to the waters of Tampa Bay make this small community a treasured haven for boating enthusiasts and water-sport adventurers. St. Petersburg’s impressive list of urban amenities ensures a convenient lifestyle.

Tierra Verde
As one of the region’s more recent developments, Tierra Verde in southern Pinellas County offers elegant homes, connecting sea-walled canals, and vistas of a shoreline lined with impressive yachts. Even newer construction often showcases classic architecture for a truly stunning appearance. The homes in this unincorporated community tend to be single-family and very spacious. Tierra Verde is known for its affluence, offering small commercial centers, marinas, and a championship golf course.

Wentworth Golf Club Estates
One of the most exclusive residential villages in the Tarpon Springs area of northern Pinellas County, Wentworth Golf Club Estates offers an exclusive “country club” lifestyle. Here, some of Florida’s finest homebuilders provide award-wining designs and truly gracious living. Lush fairways provide a backdrop for magnificent homes while the golf club ensures premier recreational opportunities. Charming and historic Tarpon Springs along with its commercial development contribute to the convenience of daily life.

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