From affordability to extra amenities, some of Tampa’s top townhouse communities are appealing to first time buyers in a variety of ways. And if you're a first time buyer who may be in the market for a new townhouse residences, here's a quick look at where you may want to begin your on-going search:
Ashburn Square Townhomes
The affordable Ashburn Square Townhomes provide open floor plans, ideal for living and entertaining, especially for first time homebuyers. With many of the homes priced in the mid $100,000s, the townhomes offer the convenience of a low-maintenance lifestyle, coupled with the desirability of multi-levels of living space.
The community additionally offers a playground for the younger crowd, plus a swimming pool for all ages to enjoy. As well, the homes also include an attached garage and some outdoor space, all comfortably at home close to major shopping and entertainment areas.
The gated Solana Bay development offers its residents access to a community swimming pool and cabana, plus an easy commute to downtown, the airport or major roadways in the Tampa area. The open floor plans work well for living and entertaining, while HOA fees cover things like cable, ground maintenance, water and trash service.
It’s common to find three-bedroom townhomes within Solana Bay, providing families enough space to spread out, along with attached garages for convenience. Priced in the upper $100,000s, townhomes for sale in Solana Bay provide another superb option for first time buyers in the area.
Meanwhile, the newer construction townhomes of Pelican Pointe also reside within a gated community, with your choice of multi-level townhomes including two- or three-bedrooms. The townhomes also supply garage parking plus covered decks and patios for outdoor living space.
As well, this pet-friendly community provides swimming pools and a large lake, all close to upscale dining and shopping, plus some of the area’s best beaches. The elegant homes appeal to first time buyers for their location and their added features, with many of the homes priced in the upper $200,000s to lower $300,000s.
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