Clearwater Condos for Sale
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Clearwater Florida is quite a large area and so this page splits up Clearwater Beach and Clearwater. If you'd like to see all of the Clearwater Beach condominiums, click here. This page will show the majority of Clearwater, mainland condominium buildings in Pinellas County Florida.
Clearwater stretches from Tampa Bay to the Intracoastal Waterway and there are plenty of condominiums and buildings all throughout the city. There's a large concentration of condominium buildings toward the north, north of Sunset point Road and west of Highway 19. There's also a small concentration in the South along the Imperial Cove area overlooking the Bayside Bridge. Here's a general list of all the condominium buildings and Clearwater Florida.
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Grand Bellagio – this three-story complex was built in 2002 and features views of old Tampa Bay in a Mediterranean-style architecture with several floor plans in one, two, and three-bedroom layouts up to 2100 ft.². Residents have gated access, clubhouse, cabana, tennis courts, fitness center, deeded a boat slip, private garage, pool, waterfront walking trail, kayaks, and a business center. This is located on the Tampa Bay side of Clearwater.
Waters Edge – Built in 2007, this complex features 153 units priced between $205,000-$1 million and features two and three-bedroom units up to 2400 ft.²
Station Square – this 15 story property features 126 residences with five stories of parking spots, rooftop pool, entertainment room, private entrance, and in sizes up to 2800 ft.².
Skyview – built in 2017, this beautiful new building features a boutique-style condominium complex with first-class amenities and an ideal location across from the Clearwater Marina and steps from scenic tennis courts in the middle of great restaurants and shops.
Lakeside – built in 1985, this complex is located at 701 S. Madison Ave. in downtown and requires monthly dues of about $500, which covers common area maintenance, fitness center, and pool. Pets are allowed with certain restrictions.
Sunshine Terrace - is located at 1241 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and was built in 1985. This is one of the more affordable Clearwater condominiums that also is ideal for 55 and over. It offers a clubhouse, heated pool, and meticulously groomed courtyard in a convenient location. Homeowner's dues are about $400 per month.
Imperial Court - features a pool, rec room but no pets are allowed. HOA dues are about $600 a month but low-cost units starting at around $85,000.
Seville – built in 1969, this three-story condominium complex features one, two, and three-bedroom units up to about 1500 ft.² with monthly dues of about $375. Residents have the use of a clubhouse, cable TV, fitness center, on-site laundry, pool, rec facilities, shuffleboard, and sauna.
Coachman Creek – built in 1976, this complex is located at 2625 State Rd. in North Clearwater. It requires monthly homeowners dues of approximately $515 and includes access to a pool and tennis courts. These units start at about $120,000.
On Top of the World – this complex was built in 1970 and is located at 2463 Brasília Dr. It features one and two bedroom units up to 1100 ft.² with homeowners dues of around $350 per month, covering common area maintenance, swimming pool, fitness center, fishing options and water access. This is primarily a 55+ condominium complex, one of the largest in Clearwater. It features over 175 clubs, tennis courts, access to two golf courses, nature's gym, Pavilion Park, dog park, horseshoe pits, pickle ball, lawn bowling, and much more. The entire community stretches from the Woodgate community to Hillcrest villas and South to the villas of Lake are poor. It stretches from Harbor Lake nearly to Highway 19.
Greenbrier – built in 1969, this small collection of two-story condominiums located on Greenbrier Blvd. in North Clearwater offers homeowners dues of about $350, which covers nearly all utilities, swimming pool, and local maintenance. No pets are allowed.
St. Andrews Cove - Located on Keene Road, this complex, built in 1976, features affordable homeowner association dues of less than $300 per month, which includes water, sewer, trash, cable and exterior maintenance. Residents also have the use of an on-site swimming pool.
Kenwood Garden – these apartment/co-op condominiums were built in 1964 and features homeowners dues of about $440, which covers all common area maintenance, many utilities and maintenance of the grounds. Pets are allowed but there are no on-site amenities.
Inverness – built in 1983, this complex located in the north end of Clearwater on countryside Boulevard features one and two bedroom floor plans up to 1000 ft.² and homeowners dues of about $350 per month, which covers access to the swimming pool, insurance, Internet, most utilities, yet no pets are allowed.
About Clearwater Condos
While the beaches are definitely something to write home about, Clearwater is much more than its sugary sandy beaches and fabulous weather. If you're considering a move to Clearwater, a condominium might be a great low-maintenance option. It's also a good first step in the home buying process. If you are new to real estate, a condominium is a great way to ease into being a homeowner. You don't have to deal with everything like you would being a single-family home owner. Only a condominium means your responsibility begins at the front door. The exterior of the property, grounds, maintenance of the roof, siding, exterior stairs, and all common area maintenance is the responsibility of the Association.
However, you will need to deal with homeowner association fees, basically the trade-off for not having to maintain the property yourself. These fees can run anywhere from $100 a month to several thousands of dollars based on the type of condominium you choose. High-rise condominiums, newer condos, luxury properties, and those that offer many amenities typically have homeowner association or condo association dues of $800 or more. Older condominiums, those that may just offer a pool or a fitness facility and lower maintenance buildings can typically run between $200 and $500 per month. So, when determining your housing budget, you'll need to factor in HOA fees.
But, moving into a condominium means that you won't have to deal with replacing the roof, painting the siding, or any of the grounds maintenance. All of that will be taken care of for you and it's a great first step if you're moving into the real estate realm. However, perhaps you're moving out of a single-family home and the idea of low maintenance really appeals to you. A condo or townhome might be ideal for you. Start by browsing all of the available condominiums for sale in Clearwater Florida or browse some of the higher-end condominiums on Clearwater Beach. Most of the units in downtown Clearwater are slightly older, except for some newer ones as you move towards the causeway bridge in downtown Clearwater. Condominiums with views, newer condos or even waterfront access to tend to start at about $500,000 on up.
Clearwater makes a beautiful place to call home and whether you're looking for a beachfront, bayfront, waterfront, water access, or simply a lower maintenance lifestyle, a condominium in Clearwater is the key. Contact me at any time to schedule a showing or for a list of customized condominiums throughout the Pinellas County area that meet your search criteria and price.