This week's top picks range from a blue bungalow asking $279K to a swanky high-rise condo in St. Pete asking $2.3M. I'd take 'em both.
Why we love it: Bright, light-filled, and open, this adorable blue bungalow just feels happy. The punchy peach door doesn't hurt either.
- Neighborhood: Crestmont
- Realtor: Melissa Sontheimer at RE/MAX METRO
- Specs: 2 beds, 1 bath, 936 square feet
- Notable features: Open, bright, paver patio, fenced-in yard, recently updated.
Why we love it: This craftsman new build is loaded with charm, from the covered corner porch to the patterned tile kitchen backsplash.
- Neighborhood: Old Seminole Heights
- Realtor: Shane O'Neil at Madison Heights Realty Group
- Specs: 3 beds, 2 baths, 1,824 square feet
- Notable features: Shaker cabinets, enviable primary bathroom, upgraded lighting, curb appeal.
Why we love it: Highlights of this 1920s charmer include the welcoming front porch, painted brick fireplace, and its walkable location.
- Neighborhood: Riverside Heights
- Realtor: Stacey Ross and Thomas Settles at PinPoint Realty
- Specs: 3 beds, 2 baths, 1,638 square feet
- Notable features: Detached apartment, 1920s charm, walkable to Tampa River Walk and Armature Works,
Why we love it: The water views, shiplap walls, crystal doorknobs, Cape Cod style and rooftop deck are just a few swoon-worthy features of this one.
- Neighborhood: Clearwater
- Realtor: Terri Novitsky at Lauren Michael Real Estate Partners
- Specs: 4 beds, 4 baths, 3,464 square feet
- Notable features: Gorgeous views, plenty of room to entertain, sunroom/work-from-home office.
Why we love it: This place is swanky. It has everything you'd expect at the price point, including panoramic views, car elevator (yes), high-end appliances, cool light fixtures and resort-like community amenities.
- Neighborhood: St. Petersburg
- Realtor: Peggy Naruns at NorthStar Realty
- Specs: 2 beds, 2.5 baths, 2,136 square feet
- Notable features: Views, resort-like community amenities, wet bar, floor-to-ceiling windows, sleek cabinetry.
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