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Tampa Bay area homes with incredible views

We rounded up four homes with waterfront views across Tampa + St. Pete.


You could bask in the sun all spring long beside this pool.

Photo via Jennifer Zales via Coldwell Banker Reality

The Tampa Bay area is rated among the hottest housing markets in the country — No. 10 to be exact. And for good reason. Our market is stocked with all kinds of oogle-worthy real estate, from funky Seminole Heights and Gulfport pads to luxe mansions looking out on Boca Ciega Bay.

Feast your eyes on some of these homes and condos with incredible waterfront views currently on the market:

104 Ladoga Ave., Tampa | $11.995 million

Seated on a prime slice of Davis Islands real estate (oh, hey Stamkos), this brand-new build looks right out on Hillsborough Bay. Beyond the ideal location, the property boasts six bedrooms, seven and a half baths, a chef’s kitchen with Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances + Miele coffee station, a pool that looks out on the water, and a deep water dock.

Waterfront home with dock, pool, and green space in neighborhoods.

Beyond boats, you could launch kayaks and other water toys from the home’s dock.

Photo by Bear Karry Productions

5101 Huntington St. NE, St. Petersburg | $1.179 million

There’s plenty of room for activities on this 10,546-sqft lot. And it’s ready for a summer of fun, from the dock leading right out onto the water to the brand new pool and spa. Located just a short drive from Downtown St. Pete, the home also features three bedrooms, two baths, and so many windows to take in the views.

2041 Beach Dr. SE, St. Petersburg | $2.989 million

Looking right out on Old Southeast’s Lassing Park, this stately home hails back to the 1920s. The whole family will be able to spread out across 2,972 sqft, with four bedrooms, three and and a half baths, a two-car garage, and a dreamy porch.

2900 W. Bay To Bay Blvd. #1001, Tampa | $1.675 million

Imagine waking up to views of Bayshore Boulevard, Davis Islands, and the Bay every morning from massive floor-to-ceiling windows. This 10th-floor unit in the recently opened Aquatica Condominium boasts tons of space with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Plus, you have access to a luxe pool, spa, and gym facilities.

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