St. Petersburg

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St. Petersburg is a picturesque city taking up most of the southeast half of the Pinellas Peninsula situated between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.  It’s no wonder why this thriving port city area is a major tourist destination. St. Petersburg’s wonderful weather, miles of clean beaches, and almost endless assortment of museums, parks, and entertainment are sure to impress vacationers and are a few reasons why so many people choose to purchase St. Petersburg real estate.

Similarly to many coastal cities, life in St. Petersburg is entertained by lots of boating, fishing, water sports, and sunbathing. If you are able to pry yourself away from the beach long enough, you will find the many other amazing opportunities for fun and leisure that St. Petersburg has to offer. When you own real estate in St. Petersburg you are given the opportunity to enjoy walking trails and picnicking within the 125 city parks, teeing off a the great local golf courses such as Mangrove Bay and Twin Brooks, or spending an educational day at one of the six museums. See the diverse works of Salvador Dali, become part of the exhibits at Great Exploration, or be introduced to the city’s history at the St. Petersburg Museum of History. Regular shoppers will love being close to a variety of shopping villages, outlet centers, malls, and markets that will suit both their budget and style. Grab a drink, see a movie, or listen to the live bands across from Wet Willies on Friday evenings after strolling along the palm tree trimmed streets of BayWalk.

The variety of housing choices found in St. Petersburg real estate offer an ideal atmosphere, style, or view that you may be looking for. This growing city features waterfront homes with boat docks, low maintenance condos along the beach, townhomes, and snazzy lofts. Many historic neighborhoods in St. Petersburg are being restored and the Historic Old Northeast section (bordering Tampa Bay) is one of the most popular places to live. If you can picture yourself enjoying favorable weather, beaches, camping, many community festivals, and heading to Tropicana Field to watch a ballgame, then please give us a call so we can help get you set up to see available homes in St. Petersburg.

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