Approximate price range $225,000 to $3,000,000
Among the oldest neighborhoods in Tampa, Beach Park is graced
with 200 to 300 year old oaks, towering palms, and other indigenous flora.
During the "boom" of the 1920's, some 30 large Mediterranean style
homes were built for the "well to do."
This provides a beautiful accompaniment to the new homes being
built throughout the existing neighborhood. Its community spirit is deeply
rooted in tradition and character.
Culbreath Bayou -
Approximate price range $629,000 to $1,200,000
Charming winding streets under a canopy of massive trees
interconnect the landscaped and pristinely groomed homes within this highly
respected neighborhood. Located between Beach Park and Sunset Park, Culbreath
Bayou epitomizes a quiet, family oriented community, while serving as a sterling
example of tasteful design and thoughtful planning.
Culbreath Isles -
Approximate price range $1,000,000 to $4,300,000
Largely comprised of massive, traditionally styled homes,
Culbreath Isles was one of Tampa's first, totally secured and most exclusive
neighborhoods. Developed in the mid to late 1960s, Culbreath Isles set a
standard, yet unsurpassed, for impressive waterfront living.
Many of the elegant homes front on deep-water canals. Swimming
pools, boating docks and elegant yachts are commonplace in this private haven,
just west of Westshore Boulevard, overlooking Old Tampa Bay. All utilities are
underground and careful attention is paid to maintain meticulous, distinctive
Davis Islands -
Approximate price range $180,000 to $5,000,000
the Florida real estate "boom" of the 1920's, D.P. Davis - an
inspired developer and entrepreneur - conceived the idea of creating
three connected Islands and building Mediterranean style homes at the mouth of the Hillsborough
River, intimately tied to the heart of Tampa's business center. His
legacy has blossomed into one of the City's most renowned and colorful
neighborhood developments. Architecture includes Mediterranean revival
as well as elegant waterfront estates. Jeanne Wolfe has lived on Davis
Islands for over 31 years. Her knowledge of the market is unsurpassed.
See Jeanne's article on the early
history of Davis Islands.
Today, the Davis Islands
neighborhood includes a yacht club, garden club, tennis courts, dog park, Tampa General Hospital, a Baptist Church, apartments, Bank of America,
villas, condominiums and a city marina. Restaurants in the downtown district include
Ziggy's, The Grecian, Marguerita's, Thai Island, Subway and 220.
Harbour Island -
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Approximate price range $200,000 to $5,500,000
Harbour Island is a private, gated, master-planned
community in South Tampa and is directly linked to downtown Tampa by two
bridges. Secluded and worlds away from the stresses of day-to-day life, this
unique community is Tampa's island paradise in the city. Shopping, fine dining,
recreation and entertainment are all just steps from your front door.
Luxury residences including single-family homes, townhomes,
condominiums and rental apartments area a part of the masterplan that also
includes upscale office space, a marina, shopping, a private health and tennis
club and the Wyndham harbour Island hotel.
Within minutes from the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway and all Bay
Area interstates, Harbour Island provides quality and convenience for all of its
Hyde Park -
Approximate price range $200,000 to $3,000,000
The Hyde Park district is a delightful combination of
yesterday and today. Tampa's oldest existing neighborhood lies immediately
across the Hillsborough River to the west of the Downtown business and cultural
core. Historic homes have undergone intensive renovation efforts and beautifully
reflect the distinctive Florida "Boom" architectural style of the
1920's and 30's.
Old Hyde Park Village, an upscale commercial development of
retail and service establishments, accents the new vitality of Tampa's most
historic neighborhood district. Heavily shaded and immediately accessible to
Bayshore Boulevard, Hyde Park is a popular local landmark within itself,
deserving of its unique distinction.
Approximate price range $250,000 to $900,000
This well-established area affords immediate access to the Lee
Roy Selmon Expressway and an abundance of shopping centers on Gandy and MacDill.
These treelined streets just north of Gandy, near Bayshore, present a selection
of impressive, classically styled houses.
|New Suburb Beautiful
Approximate price range $200,000 to $1,000,000
New Suburb Beautiful lives up to its name, being one of the
most popular neighborhoods in South Tampa. Originally developed between 1920 and
1940, almost all of the homes have been restored to their original beauty. This
community has tree lined streets, sidewalks and excellent access to schools and
shopping which provides for convenience and quality of neighborhood living.
Palma Ceia -
Approximate price range $200,000 to $900,000
Many Tampa historians have often speculated upon the
origin of the name "Palma Ceia." Perhaps it was originally said to be
the "seat" or "base" of the Palm, or "Palma Silla"
by early Spanish speaking settlers. Palma Ceia exists today as one of Tampa's
most exclusive communities.
The antique, red brick roads shaded by enormous oaks
and its intimate neighborhood character make Palma Ceia a colonnade of beautiful
homes centrally located within Tampa's Interbay peninsula. A wide range of
housing designs and price ranges accent one of Tampa's most premier
neighborhoods locations. Palma Ceia has maintained consistent appeal to Tampa
natives since the early 1920's. Renowned golf course frontage and immediate
access to major transportation corridors contribute to this neighborhood's