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Places This Week: 1925 Old Northeast home lists

Amy Kagan

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1107 3rd St., N., St. Petersburg. Photo: Homes.com.

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A one-story, wood-frame bungalow located at 1107 3rd St. N., in the Old Northeast neighborhood of St. Petersburg, has listed for $1.29 million. Built in 1925, this home has had many upgrades in the last two years, including a new main roof with clips, a new tankless hot water heater, refinished hardwood floors, granite kitchen counters and storm-grade exterior doors.

The 2,209 square-foot home features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The open floorplan includes a living room with an electric fireplace that leads into a sun-filled bonus room. The property also includes a casita (a smaller structure on the grounds, separate from the main home) that can be used as a pool house, private office or guest quarters. It is equipped with plumbing, electric and a split A/C unit.

The home sits on a 7,780 square-foot corner lot with mature landscaping and a metered sprinkler system.  It was last purchased in 2022 for $990,500.

The listing agent is Karen McKeller with BHHS Florida Properties Group.

8050 12th Ave. S. Photo: Homes.com.

Yacht Club Estates home sale tops $3 million

A 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home located in the Causeway Isles Neighborhood of St. Petersburg sold Feb. 16 for $3.04 million – 13% below list price. Located at 8050 12th Ave. S. in the waterfront community of Yacht Club Estates, this home was custom built by Alverez Homes in 2008.

The main level features formal living and dining rooms with 12-foot coffered and tray ceilings, Santos Mahogany hardwood flooring, custom built-ins and designer lighting. The open kitchen is fit with Thermador and Bosch stainless-steel appliances, a six-burner gas range, butler’s pantry, wine refrigeration and a breakfast bar. A family room with a gas fireplace provides access to the outdoor covered lanai. A guest room with a bath is also on the first level.

Upstairs is the master bedroom with custom closets and an ensuite bath with a whirlpool tub and spacious walk-in shower. Also on this level are two additional guest rooms with a Jack and Jill bathroom.

Outside is a 39-foot saltwater lap pool, an outdoor kitchen and 75 feet of water frontage. A fully-equipped dock with an 11-thousand-pound lift offers water, power, a shower and lighting. Additional amenities include an elevator, surround sound, a full irrigation system and a three-car garage.

The listing agent was Jennifer Zales of Coldwell Banker Realty. The buyer was represented by Barbara Grosenheider of Exp Realty LLC.

414 23rd Ave., S. Photo: LoopNet.com.

Mixed use site sells

A multi-family mixed use buildable lot located at 414 23rd Ave. S. in St. Petersburg was purchased Feb. 15 for $1.4 million by Tin Man Real Estate LLC, with a principal address at 2151 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.

The seller, 414 23rd Avenue South LLC, purchased the land in 2021 for $660,000. The original asking price was $1.65 million.

Located in the Harbordale subdivision, on a busy urban corridor five minutes from downtown St. Petersburg, the nearly three-quarter-acre of land  is close to Tropicana Field and Ark Investments’ headquarters at the Tampa Bay Innovation Center. It is zoned CRT-1 with an option to change to CRT-2. Surveys and schematic development plans were provided to the purchaser upon execution of the contract.

The listing agent was The KEC Group based in Tampa.

1904 Calumet St., Clearwater. Photo: LoopNet.

Clearwater industrial buildings and vacant lot sell

Two industrial buildings, located at 1904 and 1908 Calumet St. in Clearwater, along with an 8,425 square-foot vacant adjacent lot, sold Feb. 16 for $1.9 million. The package, totaling 18,105 combined square feet, originally listed for $2.5 million.

The one-story 5,132 square-foot building at 1904 Calumet St. was built in 1967 and sits on a .323-acre lot. It has a metal/gypsum roof with concrete floors and three overhead doors on the side of the building. It is primarily designed for office use or warehouse storage.

The building at 1908 Calumet St. was built in 1968 and encompasses 12,933 square-feet. It sits on a .427-acre plot of land and is tailored for manufacturing operations. It includes two overhead doors in the rear and one in the front of the building.

The seller, WEB 182 LLC of Palm Harbor, FL, purchased the properties in 2015 for $625,000. The buyer was TBD Florida LLC with offices in Clearwater.

Daniel Stolarczyk with Truforte Business Group was the exclusive listing broker.

1400 7th Ave. N. Photo: Crexi.com.

St. Petersburg downtown block for sale

A parcel of land with 18 multi-family units and a 13,000 square-foot office building, encompassing an entire block on 14th St., N between 5th and 7th Avenues in St. Petersburg, has listed with an asking price of $6.3 million.

With an official address at 1400 7th Ave. N., the site was approved for new zoning in 2024, allowing the buyer the opportunity to build at least 54 units and as many as 106 multi-family units in downtown St. Petersburg. If the office building is left in place, 20+ multi-family units can be built to replace the current ones. The sellers are working with an engineering company to put a plan together for a potential expansion.

The 18 units range from 1-bedroom/1-bath apartments to single family homes. Each are fully occupied and leased on a month-to-month basis, offering the buyer positive cash flow while deciding whether to raise the rents or vacate the units and redevelop the property. The lease on the office space runs through 2034.

The structures were built between the early 1920s and the late 1970s and renovated in 2022. The owner, Carita Florida Properties LLC, with a principal address in Walnut, IL, purchased the property in 2023 for $2 million.

The listing agent is David Rosenthal with Grimaldi Commercial Realty Corp.

111 91st Ave., Treasure Island. Photo: Homes.com.

Elevated Treasure Island home lists

A recently renovated Key West style elevated home located at 111 91st Ave., Treasure Island, has listed for $1.6 million. Situated on the north end of Sunset Beach, the 2,111 square-foot 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath home features a roof-top deck with 360-degree views of the Blind Pass waterway and the Gulf of Mexico.

The ground floor includes an open swim spa area, a two-car garage, a golf cart garage and a workshop. Renovated in 2023 and 2024, the main level has an open floor plan with life-proof flooring, plantation shutters, Cristobal granite counters and custom built-in cabinets. The spacious master suite has partial Gulf views, a walk-in closet and an ensuite bath with two showers, a tub and dual vanity.

Additional amenities include an elevator, solar panels, PGT impact windows, two large balconies, new fixtures and vaulted ceilings.

The property was built in 2005 and last purchased in May 2023 for $1.39 million.

The listing agent is Dawn Fader with Keller Williams Gulf Beaches.

 

 

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