Located in Apollo Beach, this waterfront planned and gated community boasts 210 stately residences. Andalucia is about 45 minutes south of Tampa by Interstate 75 and is the most prestigious community in Apollo Beach. Other neighboring waterfront communities are Mira Bay and Symphony Isles.
Tampa’s Premier Gated Golf Community is conveniently located in the northern central “lake region” of the County, Avila is one of Tampa’s most prestigious residential enclaves. Access to this Golf and Country Club development is attained through two main security gates. Residential options include both single and “cluster” family styles. Palatial homes, villas and townhomes afford a uniquely luxurious lifestyle.
Homes are characterized by expansive lots, each home is custom designed with architectural styles as varied as the personalities of their owners. In an effort to maintain the highest of standards, a special committee comprised of fellow property owners must first approve all new construction. This uncompromised philosophy of the developer and residents is apparent throughout.
Lovely estates backing up to the golf course or scenic lakes are available. The close proximity to I-75 make this an ideal location for those seeking a quiet retreat in a family friendly environment, but yet a quick commute to Tampa’s Downtown.
The Bayshore provides for Tampa’s most stately and elegant homes. On the seawall shore of the Hillsborough Bay, bordered by the longest running sidewalk in the world, Bayshore reflects a proud heritage unparalleled throughout the history of Tampa.
From the southern end of town, near the Tampa Yacht and Country Club to the outskirts of Downtown Tampa, numerous townhouses and high-rise condominiums stand among the stately manors bordering the city’s most illustrious shore. A broad variety of 2 to 4 bedroom condominiums are available along this impressive waterfront boulevard.
Largely comprised of massive, traditionally styled homes, Culbreath Isles was one of Tampa’s first, totally secured and most exclusive neighborhoods. Developed in the mid to late 1960s, Culbreath Isles set a standard, yet unsurpassed, for impressive waterfront living.
Many of the elegant homes front on deep-water canals. Swimming pools, boating docks and elegant yachts are commonplace in this private haven, just west of Westshore Boulevard, overlooking Old Tampa Bay. All utilities are underground and careful attention is paid to maintain meticulous, distinctive landscaping.
Today Davis Islands is a thriving mix of residential, multifamily, commercial, and parks. It is home to about 2,600 people. At the tip of Davis Island there is open green space with Peter O Knight airport, Davis Island Yacht club and two dog Parks, as well as a little “beach” for relaxing. Tampa’s main hospital, Tampa General is located at the North tip of the Island, and is always there when you might need it.
Even for those who do not live on the Island, the Davis Islands Village is quite a draw, with eight restaurants and three bars. Many with live music on the weekends. The district and Davis Island itself have the feel of a small town just a bridge away from the center of the city. There is an active community organization, with many residents involved and feeling pride for their great neighborhood.
The Schools for Davis Islands are Gorrie Elementary, Wilson Jr High, and Plant High school.Helpful info on Tampa Schools. Both Gorrie and Wilson are located just over the bridge in Hyde Park.
Harbour Island Neighborhood
Harbour Island is a private, gated, master-planned community in South Tampa and is directly linked to downtown Tampa by two bridges. Secluded and worlds away from the stresses of day-to-day life, this unique community is Tampa’s island paradise in the city. With the Harbour Island Athletic Club, restaurants, and boat slips close at hand. There is a healthy mix of single family homes, townhomes, and condos on Harbour Island giving a choice to a wide range of people. It is just a short walk over the bridge to Channelside bars and restaurants, the St. Pete times forum, and the Tampa Aquarium. Though during major events, traffic can be a concern, it is urban living at it’s best. Harbour island is in the Gorrie elementary, Wilson Jr High, and Plant High School dist. Harbour island has a few scenic ponds and a walking path down the center known as central park.
Mira Bay is located on the waters of Tampa Bay around 20 miles south of Tampa. It is a residential community on about 750 acres and is estimated to have 1900 homes upon completion (single family, custom, townhomes and villas), a huge clubhouse with pool, tennis, basketball, fitness center and spa.
Located in Apollo Beach, this waterfront planned and gated community is about 45 minutes south of Tampa by Interstate 75. Other neighboring waterfront communites are Mira Bay and Andalucia.
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