Tampa Boat-Friendly Neighborhoods

Boating culture is alive and well in Florida, and the Tampa Bay Area in particular happens to be one of its hottest spots to get out and enjoy an afternoon out on the water. For home buyers searching waterfront homes, Tampa also has a number of incredibly desirable boat-friendly neighborhoods that are must-see for any boat or yacht owner

Bay Crest Park

When you take your boat out more often than your car, it pays to live in a neighborhood like Bay Crest Park. Homes in the Bay Crest Park neighborhood are sectioned off by waterways that intertwine through the community and lead out to the Gulf. And with larger driveways also typically included with many homes, it's a great location for home buyers who own boats and yachts but aren't lucky enough…

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Clearwater Condo Buildings With Floor To Ceiling Windows

In a lush, tropical setting like Clearwater Beach, locals typically want to be able to enjoy as much of the breathtaking scenery as possible, which is partly why many condo buyers specifically want a building that features floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the waterfront and surrounding area. If you’re among them, here’s a closer look at the best Clearwater condo buildings with floor-to-ceiling windows.   

Serena By The Sea

Built by Valor Capital Real Estate Development, Serena By The Sea is a modern, upscale condo building located along Clearwater's stunning coastline. Simply put, this is about as close to the waterfront as you can get, allowing condo owners unparalleled access to the beach and beachfront amenities. And the best part?

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Tampa's Best Antique Shops

If you’re interested in antiques, you certainly have plenty of options to choose from in the Tampa area. Here are some of the city’s best antique shops:

Gas Light Antiques

3616 Henderson Blvd, Tampa, FL 33609 | Website 

Gas Light Antiques has operated out of the Tampa Bay Area for more than four decades. A majority of its items date back from the early 19th century to the early 20th century. Expect to find unique chairs, bookcases, tables, and chandeliers at the shop, which is actually made up of three large galleries. The main gallery offers a variety of things, while the office furniture gallery sells desks, bookcases and more. The third gallery is a Georgian gallery, with dark wood tables, stained glass, and rare signs up for sale. You’ll…

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Tampa Neighborhoods With Brick Streets

Few characteristics give a neighborhood old world charm quite like brick streets. Sure, driving on the last few remaining miles of brick roadways in Tampa can be a bumpy endeavor. But as most home owners living along a brick street in Tampa will tell you, the enhanced curb appeal they provide several of Tampa’s most historic neighborhoods far outweighs any potential inconveniences. So just what neighborhoods in Tampa still have brick streets? Explore several featured below.

Palma Ceia

The brick paved streets are actually what Palma Ceia is known for and are oftentimes a big draw for those searching for a Tampa neighborhood that’s close to the downtown area and within walking distance of popular Bayshore Boulevard. Along with some of the brick…

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Tampa Neighborhoods With Tree-Lined Streets

Did you know that living along a tree-lined street correlates to better mental health? No, really—it’s true, according to recent studies. But even taking the mental health component out of the equation entirely, living along a tree-lined street anywhere in Florida can be a huge bonus, especially if you’re someone who loves to exercise outside or regularly walk your dog. So just what are some of Tampa’s most desirable neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, you ask? Take a look below…

Bayshore Beautiful

Because several homes in Bayshore Beautiful date back to the 1920s or the mid-century mark, Bayshore Beautiful is a fantastic location to search for a property, with many of its homes set alongside tree-lined streets in the neighborhood. Not only…

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