The luxury real estate market is going strong, so Axios wanted to see what you can get at the $1 million price point in the Tampa Bay area.
Here’s a comparison of three homes that recently sold for around seven figures in different Tampa Bay-area neighborhoods.
2425 W. Prospect Road — $1,100,000
New Suburb Beautiful | 4 bed, 4 bath | 3,058 square feet
- Highlights: Mediterranean-style architecture, 1920s bungalow charm, bright interior, white kitchen with lots of storage, beautiful owner's suite, pool, paver patio, tree-lined street.
- Price per square foot: $360
- Listing agents: Shannon Burnett and Tracey Milvain at Palermo Real Estate
435 10th Ave. NE — $990,000
St. Petersburg | 4 bed, 4.5 bath | 3,224 square feet
- Highlights: Completely renovated, mid-century modern design, cool kitchen with walnut cabinets and black honeycomb tile backsplash, artful tile throughout, designer lighting, great backyard with a deck and fire pit.
- Price per square foot: $307
- Listing agents: Sharon Kantner and Brian Waechter at Smith & Associates
1643 Stanford Lane — $1,070,000
Sarasota | 4 bed, 3 bath | 3,076 square feet
- Highlights: Built in 2019, contemporary design, water views, pool, saltwater pool and spa, high-end finishes throughout, white kitchen with brass hardware and waterfall counters.
- Price per square foot: $348
- Listing agent: Judit Szamosi at Bright Realty
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