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Luxury Homes for Sale in Dunedin, FL

Dunedin, Florida, is a charming coastal town in Pinellas County, right in the Gulf of Mexico.

The city’s wooded, subtropical setting and miles of waterfront create a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere. You’ll be rewarded with a unique blend of natural beauty upon strolling along the Dunedin Causeway or soaking up the sun on Honeymoon Island. Dunedin is also home to several beautiful beaches, including Caladesi Island State Park, which is consistently rated among the best in the world. But it’s not just the scenery that sets it apart. The district’s Scottish influence is still visible, particularly in the charming downtown area featuring quaint shops, restaurants, and galleries. Many of these establishments welcome furry friends alongside their human companions, earning its dog-friendly nickname “Dogedin.” Its stunning waterfront, well-constructed homes, relaxed lifestyle, and rich history make it a hidden gem in the heart of Pinellas County.

PRISTINE BEACHES: Dunedin’s beaches aren’t just beautiful – they also offer a range of benefits to the locals. For a more secluded beach experience, Caladesi Island State Park is a perfect choice. This stunning island is only accessible by boat for a peaceful day of relaxation and tranquility. Find yourself swimming, sunbathing, or soaking up the Florida sun in Honeymoon Island State Park’s crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches. These beaches provide the perfect backdrop for unwinding and spending time with friends and loved ones.

CULTURAL CELEBRATIONS: Despite its small size, Dunedin has a rich cultural heritage and a lively community that loves celebrating it through various annual events. Play caber tossing, hammer throwing, or tug-of-war during the Dunedin Highland Games to honor the town’s Scottish roots. Have a good time dancing to Scottish music with plenty of food and drink. The city also comes alive during the Mardi Gras celebration, with floats and performers decked out in vibrant colors and costumes that dazzle. These events showcase the area’s folk customs, allowing you to make new friends and have fun.

RECREATIONAL ADVENTURES: With its many waterways and access to the Gulf of Mexico, there are endless possibilities for exploration. Boating, fishing, and dolphin watching are just a few of the many activities that draw people to this beautiful area. Many fishing charters offer guided trips and equipment rentals, making it easy for anyone to try fishing. One of the most thrilling experiences you’ll get is seeing dolphins in their natural habitat. These intelligent creatures are familiar with the area’s waters, and many boat tours specialize in dolphin watching. See them up close, playing and jumping in the raft’s wake. These places provide unforgettable encounters that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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Dunedin Neighborhood Guides

Discover the top-rated Luxury Neighborhoods in Dunedin, FL with the help of our detailed community guides. Feel free to reach out anytime for any inquiries you may have.

Market Overview

Dunedin, FL Real Estate Information

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Homes in Dunedin, FL

10 Real Estate Facts About Dunedin, FL

  • The homes for sale in Dunedin, Florida, are a collection of condo units, townhouses, and single-family residences.
  • A wide variety of lovely townhomes are available from $184,000 to $1.3 million. They measure from 875 to 3,000 square feet.
  • The easy-to-maintain living space of condo units ranges from 650 to 2,800 square feet. Depending on size and location, they typically sell from $129,000 to $995,000.
  • Buyers can expect to spend $269,000 to $975,000 for single-family homes.
  • Properties offer livable interiors from 960 to 3,600 square feet with lots ranging from 0.06 to 1.20 acres.
  • Luxury homes are available from $1 million to $4.3 million, some boasting waterfront vistas.
  • First-rate residences offer livable interiors from 1,900 to 5,200 square feet.
  • The generous lots measure from 0.19 to 1.30 acres
  • Residences have an average of two- to six-bedroom layouts.
  • Homes for sale in Dunedin also encompass properties equipped with at least two to five bathrooms configurations.
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Dunedin Map

The cities of Clearwater surround Dunedin to the south and east, the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and Palm Harbor to the north. Local connections are made by Main Street and Pinellas County Road 1, while U.S. Highway 19 Alternate connects the city to the rest of Florida.

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If you’re interested in this area but you’re not a resident, I can help you in a few ways. For instance, if you have a particular location or subdivision in mind, I’m happy to use my GoPro to create a guided tour of the area, including walk-through videos of homes that meet your criteria. This is especially useful if you’re purchasing a property from out of state. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you need any assistance.

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Things to Do in Dunedin, FL

Dunedin Causeway

A popular spot for fishing, boating, and windsurfing, offering beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico and Caladesi Island.

Josiah Cephas Weaver Park

Spend hours on the playground, the picnic area, or the walking trail surrounded by lush vegetation and beautiful trees.

Highlander Park & Aquatic Complex

A large park adjacent to Dunedin Fine Art Center featuring a swimming pool, a playground, tennis courts, and a disc golf course.

Honeymoon Island State Park

A beautiful barrier island boasting pristine beaches, nature trails, and a variety of wildlife, making it a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and birdwatching.


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