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Hot Homes: 5 new builds on the market in the Tampa Bay area

They’re ready for some memories.

A home sits right on the water

The buyer of this home can choose from a range of exterior styles.

Rendering via Jennifer Zales

The Tampa Bay housing market is one of the hottest in the nation ... and not just because of the Florida temps.

We really do have every kind of pad available — from Derek Jeter-worthy waterfront estates and tricked-out condos to meticulously maintained Craftsman style homes and beachy cottages.

Today we’re taking a peek at some homes that just hit the market. And bells and whistles? These homes have all of them.

34 Adalia Ave., Tampa | $11.9 million

Your dream home awaits — and is waiting for your personal touches. Located on a prime parcel on Davis Islands, this custom home is sure to be an entertainer’s dream with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a boat dock, and a European-inspired kitchen. The best part? A massive rooftop porch where you can drink in the Bayshore Boulevard and Downtown Tampa skylines all night long.

A modern home with a pool

Imagine spending the summer in this Snell Isle pool.

Photo via Diana Geegan

1401 Brightwaters Blvd. NE, St. Petersburg | $7.29 million

Built in 2023 and perched right off Downtown St. Pete in the waterfront Snell Isle neighborhood, this home is tough to beat. The hurricane-rated pad has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half-baths, a saltwater pool, and touches like hardwood floors made with wood from Brazil, a wine wall, and a chef’s kitchen.

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Chill out in the luxe living room with waterfront views.

Photo via Jennifer Zales

20 Sandpiper Rd., Tampa | $10.9 million

Decked out in modern flair, this Beach Park home is a forever kind of place with six bedrooms, a stunning floating staircase, a glass elevator, and a new dock and seawall to enjoy its prime bayfront access. Boat not included.

5102 W. Longfellow Ave., Tampa | $12.5 million

Dreaming of living in Sunset Park? This not-yet-built custom home will soon be a hosting wonderland with five bedrooms, seven full baths, and a massive outdoor area looking right out on Tampa Bay — no need to watch the sunset from Salt Shack. Plus, the plans include a luxe kitchen with a separate catering kitchen attached, in-law suite, game room, a four-car garage, and plenty of other perks.

2926 Coffee Pot Blvd. NE, St. Petersburg | $7.9 million

Picture this: Starting your day with a steamy cup of joe from this modern home’s serene front porch overlooking Coffee Pot Bayou. Built in 2022, this Sunshine City escape boasts four bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, an elevator, a saltwater pool, and floor-to-ceiling windows + a wrap around porch to take in the views.

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