St Petersburg Condos for Sale
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St. Pete Condominiums
Land of sunshine, beautiful beaches, and a fantastic array of condominiums and townhouses, St. Petersburg is the place to be if you're looking for a Florida condo. St. Petersburg is one of the largest and most popular cities in Pinellas County and the greater Tampa Bay area. It stretches from Gandy and Park Boulevard on the north to the Pinellas Peninsula. It offers great restaurants, fantastic shopping, and eclectic nightlife and there's plenty of condominiums in buildings, complexes, and homes sprinkled in around all of it.
Condos are a popular residence in Florida due to the countless amenities, outdoor activities, and low maintenance lifestyle. If you're looking for a condo in St. Petersburg, here are some of the more popular buildings and what they have to offer.
This beautiful waterfront condo condominium is part of the Isla del Sol Yacht & Country Club with seven major waterfront communities. Amenities include waterside swimming pools, fishing, fitness centers, tennis courts, and an 18 hole golf course nearby. The yacht club features a 76 slip yacht harbor with depths ranging from 6 feet to 22 feet. Units are typically two-bedroom and two-bath between 1000 ft.² and 1300 ft.² and about half of the units are waterfront.
Bahia Del Mar
This waterfront paradise features 401 condo units located on Bahia del Mar Boulevard with one and two-bedroom layouts from 740 ft.² to about 1250 ft.². This community was constructed around 1981 to 1983 and several units have seen upgrades. Amenities include a heated waterfront pool, fitness center, and pets are allowed. Homeowner association fees are between $350 and $450 per month.
This complex was built around 1985 and features both two and three-bedroom units from 1000 ft.² to 1500 ft.². Residents enjoy views of the local landscaping and lagoon with monthly fees of around $600 per month. Amenities include a swimming pool and fitness center and there are 10 floors on this building with 684 units total.
This 1994 complex features 464 units of two bedroom and two bath units from 1075 ft.² to around 1700 ft.². Amenities include a heated waterfront pool, fitness center, fishing, irrigation reclaimed water, and water access. Residents pay around $400 per month for maintenance and HOA fees.
Casa Del Mar
Built around 1978, this classic waterfront community on the northwest shore of Isla Del Sol offer primarily to bedroom and two bath units over around 1000 ft.² and beautiful views of Boca Ciega Bay and the Intercoastal Waterway. Residents pay around $500 a month for homeowner association fees that include a swimming pool, fitness center, fishing pier, and water access. There are a total of 561 units at Casa Del Mar.
La Puerta Del Sol
Constructed in 1978, this 279 unit complex offers waterfront access, primarily to bedroom and two bath units from 960 ft.² to 1600 ft.² with a variety of amenities such as fishing options, heated waterfront pools, recreation options, water access, and local parks.
Palma Del Mar
This beautiful waterfront community features 684 condo units on six floors with beautiful water views, a heated waterfront pool, fitness center, and a variety of two bedroom and two bath units from 900 ft.² to about 1300 ft.². Residents enjoy water access and local fishing as well as additional storage for bicycles, paddleboards, and kayaks. The complex was built around 1980 and requires monthly dues of around $400.
Vista Verde is one of the more affordable complexes in St. Petersburg. For a total of 317 units, these condos were built around 1988 to 1993 and feature one and two-bedroom units of around 1100 ft.². Pets are allowed and residents enjoy a heated pool and fitness center with association dues of around $400 per month.
This waterfront complex was built between the 1960s to the 1990s and is one of the largest complexes in St. Petersburg. It features over 1200 units with one, two, and three bedroom layouts and four distinct communities. Bayway Isles Point Brittany is the largest of these deed restricted communities that's 55 and over. The other three, Isla Key, Bacopa Bay, and Villas on Point Brittany are the other three they do not have age-restricted living options. Pets are typically allowed and residents have a pool, fitness center, and lots of on-site amenities. HOA dues are between $400 and $700 monthly.
This luxury waterfront community on Boca Ciega Bay offers an upscale design built in the late 1990s. There are primarily two and three-bedroom units, to waterfront pools, a fitness center, five total buildings, and 187 units. Pets are allowed and homeowners dues are slightly higher than neighboring communities, typically upwards of $900 per month. Residents have tennis courts, an outdoor picnic area and a clubhouse as well as all the amenities of a four-star resort.
Waterside at Coquina Key North
Located on the Tampa Bay side of St. Petersburg, these waterfront condominiums offer views of Big Bayou and were built in 1979. This collection of about 284 units has homeowners dues of approximately $300-$500 per month covering common area maintenance, swimming pool, and fitness center, on-site amenities, and management. Condominium starts at about $200,000.
Neighboring Waterside at Coquina Key North, this is similar property features 625 units built between 1974 and 1979. And there's a large heated waterfront pool and fitness center, two large pets are allowed, and most units offer beautiful views. There is a luxurious spa, kayak storage, volleyball, lighted tennis courts, fishing pier, and 24-hour guard-gated security.
About St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg is a beautiful city on Florida's golf closest and home to roughly 275,000 residents. It's the fifth most populated city in the state and the largest that's not a county seat. St. Petersburg, or St. Pete as it's often referred to, is known for beautiful sunshine, gorgeous beaches, and a great location.
St. Petersburg combines all the amenities and variety is that other large cities have with that small-town feel. We're rooted in the sunshine with an average daytime temperature of 83° over 360 days a year. This quality of life, ideal for retirees, perfect for young families are professionals is why St. Petersburg makes an ideal place to relocate to.
St. Petersburg is a city of the arts and is home to numerous museums, fine arts, the Florida Orchestra, performing and theater arts, festivals, outdoor theaters, and dozens of galleries. From world-famous restaurants and award-winning chefs, it's not only a great place to browse galleries but a fantastic place to grab a bite to eat. The Noble Crust is one of the top-rated restaurants in St. Petersburg. With over 2000 5-star reviews, this fantastic wine bar offers delicious salads, flatbread pizza, steaks and seafood paired with delicious wines from around the world.
St. Petersburg is proud to be Florida's First Green City. We are serious about sustainability. We offer programs dedicated to water conservation, tree planting, fuel-efficient technology, and recycling. We have a great job market with a 4.7 unemployment rate. It's not only one of the best places for employment in the state but the entire country. Fortune 500 companies like Raymond James, Tech Data, and Jabil have headquarters in the Tampa Bay area. From fantastic healthcare and a great school system, our job market is booming.
Speaking of schools, St. Petersburg is part of the Pinellas County school system and there are several top-rated and high-ranking schools and private schools around St. Petersburg. It's also easy to get around. We have tons of transportation options, boating, biking, and much more. There are numerous barrier islands and beaches to explore so it'll take you at least a couple of years to visit every park and beach around the Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg area even if you just go once a week.
St. Petersburg is a beautiful place to call home and when you choose a condo in St. Pete, life gets even easier. Low maintenance, lots of amenities, and of course, the beautiful beach and water are just steps away from most communities in St. Petersburg. Feel free to browse all available condominiums for sale in St. Petersburg above or for a more detailed and customized list, contact me below.
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