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Pinellas County, FL Neighborhood Guides

Below is my hand picked list of the hottest neighborhoods in Dunedin and Palm Harbor, Florida. Click on the area you’re most interested to view available neighborhoods.   

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Overview

Pinellas County, FL - Luxury Real Estate

Pinellas County, Florida, is an attractive destination offering a mix of natural beauty, cultural richness, and economic vitality:

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  • Natural Beauty: Enjoy pristine beaches, serene lakes, lush green spaces, and family-friendly areas.

  • Cultural and Recreational Areas: Explore attractions on Clearwater Beach, St. Pete is a cultural hotspot, and Downtown Dunedin is just awesome.

  • Economic Growth: A growing technology sector provides ample employment opportunities.

  • Education: Top-quality schools in the Pinellas County School District, and higher education institutions like the University of South Florida & St. Petersburg College.

  • Affordability: Nothing cheap about Pinellas County.                           

Contact us for more information about living in Pinellas County and finding your perfect home. 

Market Overview

Pinellas County, FL Real Estate Information

THRIVING ECONOMY: Pinellas County is a thriving economic hub with a diverse range of commercial sectors, making it one of the most significant economic contributors to the state. It is home to the headquarters of major financial companies such as Raymond James Financial and Franklin Templeton Investments. St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport sustains the aviation industry, while Tech Data and HSN fuel the information technology field. The county’s investment in infrastructure, amenities, and business-friendly policies has created an environment conducive to entrepreneurial operations and local job opportunities.

COASTAL BLISS: Pinellas County is a paradise for seaside enthusiasts and water lovers. With 35 miles of stunning shores and 588 miles of coastline, this area is a haven where residents can relax, play, and soak up the sunshine year-round. It boasts four of the nation’s top ten beaches. Fort De Soto Park, Clearwater Beach, St. Pete Beach, and Caladesi Island State Park are all breathtakingly beautiful and perfect for swimming, boating, and fishing. The crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico provide a playground for water sports aficionados, while the soft sands are perfect for a stroll or a picnic.

VIBRANT DOWNTOWNS: The downtown areas of Pinellas County offer a range of exciting activities, from the vibrant arts and music scene to the delectable culinary experiences and shopping opportunities. One can witness various cultural events, such as the Scottish roots commemoration in Dunedin or the Greek Independence Parade in Tarpon Springs. For art enthusiasts, St. Petersburg offers a great platform to appreciate art, while Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a must-visit for those who love marine animals. To complete your experience, indulge in the delightful dishes from all over Pinellas County. Whether you plan a fun night out with friends or a fulfilling weekend of exploration, you’re guaranteed to have a great time.

THINKING ABOUT SELLING? The most common question I get is this, HOW MUCH IS MY HOME WORTH? Just click on the Home Valuation tab on the home page, that will give you a rough idea, If you want to know the true value, I will need to walk the home. For all listings, I pay for a bank appraisal, BEFORE WE LIST!

Median Listing Price

$594,653

Median Price Per Sq Ft

$298

Average Days on Market

66

Median Price of Sold Homes

$417,000

Home Ownership Percentage

68%

Median Rent

$1,918

Homes in Pinellas County, FL

10 Real Estate Facts About Pinellas County, FL

  • High Population Density: Leads to high real estate demand
  • Waterfront Real Estate: Abundant and sought-after.
  • Historic and Modern Mix: In areas like St. Petersburg
  • Diverse Housing Options: Condos to luxury estates.
  • Tourist Hotspots: Boost vacation rentals and property values
  • Strong Rental Market: Fueled by tourists and retirees
  • Rising Property Values: Consistent growth over time.
  • Higher Property Taxes: Due to no state income tax.
  • Climate Change Challenges: Rising sea levels and hurricanes.
  • Economically Diverse: Stability for the real estate market.
Education

Schools in Pinellas County, FL

On the map

Pinellas County Map

Pinellas County is on the west central coast of the state of Florida. It forms a peninsula bounded in the west by the Gulf of Mexico and the south and east by Tampa Bay. It is easily accessible by several major highways, including I-275, US-19, and SR-60.

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If you find a property you like, simply take a photo of its address and text it to me. I’ll quickly access the listing details and call you. This step will ensure your questions get answered, correctly!  

For out-of-town clients, I offer personalized video tours of neighborhoods and homes you like.

If you’re searching for a realtor who combines education with pride in their work, you’ve found the right person. Conducting online searches for the top real estate agent near me or best realtor near me, can often feel like a gamble regarding who you’ll find. Check out my google reviews, they speak for themselves!

I’m here to help, reach out to me anytime.

Todd Howard – GRI, RENE, ABR, SRS, PSA, SFR

727-614-3296.

Meet the locals

Who Lives in Pinellas County, FL

Population

967,898

Median Age

47

Median Household Income

$90,789

Households

450,044

Household size

2.3

Cost of living

102.8

Entertainment

Things to Do in Pinellas County, FL

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.

Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks

A waterfront district showcasing the area's Greek heritage and sponge diving industry, featuring numerous shops, restaurants, and museums.

John Chesnut Sr. Park

This 255-acre park features stunning views of Lake Tarpon, a dog park, and a variety of wildlife, including eagles, ospreys, and alligators.

Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

This 47-mile multi-use trail provides a unique, protected greenspace for walking, jogging, skating, and biking.