Hot homes: 5 houses for sale in Tampa Bay starting at $285K
From a Terrace Park bungalow asking $285K to a $1.8M coastal farmhouse, this week's roundup runs the gamut.
Why we love it: This bright bungalow features an open layout, exposed beams, white kitchen, eat-in island, and tastefully upgraded baths.
- Neighborhood: Terrace Park
- Realtor: Tatum Peterson at McBride Kelly & Associates
- Specs: 3 beds, 2 baths, 1,300 square feet
- Notable features: Carport, welcoming front porch, bright neutral finishes throughout.
Why we love it: The interior of this ranch is spacious and tastefully updated, but the real star is the recently refinished pool and professionally landscaped yard.
- Neighborhood: Pinellas Point
- Realtor: Ilona Davidovich at Top Realty Group of Florida
- Specs: 4 beds, 2.5 baths, 1,729 square feet
- Notable features: White shaker kitchen, huge bonus/play room, tons of storage.
Why we love it: If you're looking for a cozy mid-century modern home, this one might do the trick.
- Neighborhood: St. Pete
- Realtor: Scott Ferguson and Amy Ferguson at Coastal Properties Group
- Specs: 3 beds, 2 baths, 1,891 square feet
- Notable features: Tons of natural light, mid-century modern design, open layout, custom closets.
Why we love it: Built in 1916, this craftsman has all the charm you expect, including the original moldings and built-ins surrounding the brick fireplace.
- Neighborhood: Harbor View
- Realtor: Teale Smith at Keller Williams
- Specs: 3 beds, 2.5 baths, 2,524 square feet
- Notable features: Curb appeal, old-school charm, great kitchen, built in 1916, updated in 2008.
Why we love it: This coastal-inspired abode is elegant and relaxed at the same time with its shiplap ceiling, French oak floors, chef's kitchen, and built-ins.
- Neighborhood: Poinsettia Park
- Realtor: Ryan Carson at RE/Max Alliance Group
- Specs: 5 beds, 5 baths, 4,283 square feet
- Notable features: Shiplap ceiling, curb appeal, fenced-in yard, paver patio.
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