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6 Tampa Bay homes below the median price

Have a look at these Tampa Bay area homes below Tampa’s median price of $379,900.

A white home sits right in front of Mainlands Golf Course in Pinellas Park. There is lunch greenery out front with neat flora.

This home in Pinellas Park sits right on a golf course.

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A recent Redfin report said the average income needed to buy a home in Tampa is $103,613. That’s a 17.3% year-over-year increase.

That begs the question, what does that kind of money get you? Leave that to us. We rounded up six homes in the Tampa Bay area that are listed for sale below that price.

$300,000, 4203 93rd Ter. N., Pinellas Park

This two-bed, two-bath home backs onto Mainlands Golf Course, where you can watch the public work on their game from the comfort of the nearly 1,600-sqft bungalow.

$325,000, 1005 E. Chelsea St., Tampa

This home in the heart of the trendy Seminole Heights neighborhood boasts its own front porch. Originally built in 1947, the property has plenty of outdoor space, and sits on a 7,250-sqft lot.

$329,000, 8014 N. 13th St., Tampa

Surrounded by greenery, this updated home has modern appliances, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a fenced-in backyard. Just a stone’s throw from the Hillsborough River, there are also several parks in the area, plus Rogers Park Golf Course is only minutes away.

Apartment complexes rise up on Bayshore Boulevard. Tampa's skyline is in the background.

You can even stay below the median price on Bayshore Blvd.

Photo by Carol Pooley

$330,000, 2401 Bayshore Blvd., Unit 406, Tampa

Are you saying you can live on Bayshore Boulevard for below the median? Enjoy 840 sqft. on Tampa Bay’s most iconic boulevard in a building that has a pool, laundry services, maintenance, security, and, of course, views of Hillsborough Bay.

$349,500, 3629 28th Ave. S., St. Petersburg

Located close to beaches, waterfronts, golf courses, parks, and lakes, this three-bedroom home with a fenced-in yard offers an oasis of its own. It’s also about ten minutes from downtown St. Pete’s bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and all the rest the Burg boasts.

$375,000, 1482 Canterbury Dr., Clearwater

Your toes could be in the Gulf of Mexico within 15 minutes of leaving this home. With a screened-in porch, large backyard, upgraded appliances, three bedrooms, and over 1,700 sqft, staying below the median doesn’t seem so bad.

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