South Tampa Florida Neighborhoods
South Tampa encompasses the region south of Hillsborough Avenue, downtown Tampa to US 301 to the east and to Mac Dill Air Force Base in Hillsborough County. South Tampa has much to offer. There are a variety of homes to choose from, whether it be a mansion, bungalow, villa, town home or a high-rise condo. South Tampa has a lot of older neighborhoods with homes built in the early 1900’s and most of these homes have undergone extensive restoration. South Tampa has a diverse mix of different cultures and it also has a large community of Latin Americans that add a nice flavor to this beautiful city. In the Latin Communities there are food markets that sell many kinds of delicious Latin food and ingredients to make Latin dishes. A popular delicacy in Tampa is Spanish rice, served with black beans and roast pork. Many restaurants serve this dish meal and it is enjoyed by many residents. Listed below is a overview of the specific neighborhoods of south Tampa and also a link to more detail. Should you like additional information about any one of these subdivisions or would like to inquire on available homes for sale, simply call or email me. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Hyde Park – Dating back to 1879, Hyde Park is one of Tampa’s oldest communities. It is located in the heart of old Tampa. Hyde Park has picturesque, tree-lined streets and homes ranging from small bungalows to huge Victorian estates. The neighborhood has beautifully renovated homes with architectural styles of the 1920’s and 1930’s.
Harbour Island – Harbor Island is a 177 acre island that overlooks downtown Tampa, Tampa bay and the Hillsborough River. In addition to single family homes, condos and town homes, Harbour Island has a marina, shopping, restaurant, hotel and upscale office space. Downtown Tampa, Bayshore, Hyde Park and the Channelside area are all within walking distance of Harbour Island, offering almost everything you need within a short distance.
Bayshore – Bayshore contains some of the most prestigious residences in Tampa. The sidewalk along Bayshore Boulevard is reportedly the world’s longest continuous sidewalk, running along Tampa Bay from downtown Tampa to Ballast Point. You will find many joggers and bicyclists taking advantage of the beautiful view along this roadway with Tampa Bay on one side and beautiful stately homes on the other.
Ballast Point – Ballast Point is located to the north of Mac Dill Air Force Base along Tampa Bay, at the southern end of Bayshore Boulevard. There are a mix of single-family homes, town homes and condominiums that reflect Traditional, Southern and Mediterranean revival architecture.
Golfview– If you would love to live on red brick-lined streets, then Golfview is the place for you. Golfview has deep lots, expansive oaks and renovated homes dating back to the 1920’s and It is located next to the Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club.
Palma Ceia – Palma Ceia is considered one of Tampa’s most exclusive neighborhoods with red brick streets, majestic oaks, an exclusive country club, and many exquisite homes in a wide range of designs and price ranges.