Explore Clearwater and Surrounding Areas

Clearwater

South of Dunedin and west of Tampa via the West Courtney Campbell Causeway, you will find a fabulous city with much to offer visitors and prospective homebuyers alike. Clearwater, Florida is a spectacular destination for a week, a season, or a lifetime. Situated in the northern third of Pinellas County, Clearwater is home to roughly 110,000 residents, several gorgeous Gulf Coast beaches, and a long list of outstanding options for shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation. Many of its attractions are found in its pedestrian-friendly downtown core which encircles the Cleveland Street District. In this area, you’ll find well-known destinations such as the Capitol Theater and the Francis Wilson Playhouse.

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Belleair

In beautiful Pinellas County, Florida, just four miles from the stunning Clearwater Beach, you will find a lovely community known as Belleair. Belleair is an upscale luxury home community on the western shore of Pinellas County, in proximity to Sand Key and Belleair Beach. This coastal town is south of Clearwater and north of Largo and Belleair Bluffs, and its central location makes it easy for visitors and residents alike to enjoy the wide range of amenities throughout the region. Speaking of nearby amenities, Pier 60 is only five miles away and the Capitol Theatre is only three miles away, both in Clearwater, along with a multitude of restaurants and night-time hangouts

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Dunedin

Rich in Scottish heritage and one of the oldest cities on Florida’s gorgeous Gulf Coast, the City of Dunedin is home to roughly 37,000 residents. You’ll find this remarkable city on the shores of St. Joseph Sound. It is a unique destination because unlike many similar waterfront communities, the buildings in the area do not entirely obstruct the stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico and Intracoastal Waterway. Whether you are looking for a vacation rental, investment property, second home, or new primary residence, you’ll love the many amenities surrounding Dunedin real estate. For example, Dunedin has a thriving arts community, as well as many quaint galleries, unique shops, world-class dining destinations, and a vibrant downtown area. Speaking of downtown Dunedin, it encompasses several historical buildings and is bisected by the Pinellas Trail. Additionally, the community hosts more than twenty-five events and festivals annually.

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Palm Harbor

Living in Palm Harbor affords the best of both worlds. It is conveniently close to the St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tampa International airports, as well as exciting entertainment, shopping, parks, restaurants, and some of the world’s finest beaches. However, it also boasts a relaxed, quiet atmosphere apart from the hustle and bustle. Home to fewer than five hundred people, this fabulous little community has much to offer prospective homebuyers, investors, and people seeking vacation rentals. In fact, this little suburb of Tampa is ranked among the best places to live in the state.

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Tarpon Springs

Home to roughly 24,000 people, the historic city of Tarpon Springs, Florida, is a lovely place to spend a week, a season, or the rest of your life. The city offers a long list of advantages to those seeking vacation rentals, to investors, to people in the market for a second home, and those seeking a new primary residence. Tarpon Springs is in convenient proximity to all of the area’s best amenities and attractions while offering a quiet, relaxed atmosphere apart from the traffic, hustle, and bustle. Tarpon Springs also boasts a uniquely rich culture that includes a wide variety of ethnic foods, theatre, nightlife, street performers, and more, representing American, African, Hispanic, Cuban, and Greek influences.

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