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Places This Week: Pinellas Point bayfront estate lists

Bill DeYoung



7660 Paradise Pointe Circle S., St. Petersburg. Photo: Homes.com.

A weekly roundup of notable local real estate news.

A three-story, northwest-facing waterfront estate, located at 7660 Paradise Pointe Cir. S. recently hit the market with an asking price of $4.68 million. Built in 2001, the 5-bedroom, 6-bath home sits on a .54-acre parcel of land and is one of only seven homes situated in the Paradise Pointe community.

The 4,348 square-foot ground level features a 2,000+ bottle wine cellar, a theater, game room and a garage with parking for 10 vehicles. Upstairs is the 4,299 square-foot main living space with 25-foot-high ceilings and direct views of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge and the Tampa Bay skyline. Also on this level is a grand dining area, separate breakfast space and a split-bedroom floorplan with oversized master quarters. The 1,000 square-foot top floor features a wet bar, exercise room and guest bedrooms.

Amenities include an elevator, veranda, in-ground negative-edge pool and a deeded boat dock providing access to the Gulf of Mexico.

The home last sold in 2017 for $1.1 million. The listing agent is Jermera Pianmana with Keller Williams South Tampa.

220 14th Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Photo: Homes.com.

 Old Northeast Mediterranean compound sells

A property with two structures and three separate living areas, located at 220 14th Avenue N. in the Old Northeast section of St. Petersburg, sold April 24 for $2.28 million. The three dwellings, sitting on a .28-acre plot of land, include a 3-bedroom, 2-bath home; an adjacent 2-bedroom, 1-bath annex that shares walls with the main home; and a separate 1-bedroom, 1-bath garage apartment. Both structures were built in 1954.

The one-story, 2,528 square-foot main house features oversized vintage entry doors, exposed beams, an open living/dining area and a kitchen with gas appliances. Also included is a 336-square-foot enclosed porch and a 304-square-foot detached garage. The second building is a two-story, 1,160 gross square-foot structure. Below the 2nd level apartment is a workshop that could be converted back to a two-car garage.

Outdoors are several seating areas, including a screened lounge area with a gas see-through fireplace overlooking a travertine deck and heated saltwater pool. Landscaping includes 21 species of palms and multiple orchids.

The seller, represented by Connie Lancaster and Daniel Casper with Smith & Associates Real Estate, purchased the property in 2012 for $400,000. The buyer was represented by Nick Janovsky with Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

4770-4790 140th Ave. N., Clearwater. Photo: Loop.net.

Clearwater Airport Business Center sells

A 32,234 gross square-foot flexible space business center located at 4770-4790 140th Avenue N., Clearwater, sold April 16 for $3.026 million. The two-building property sits on a 3.6-acre plot of land directly across from the St. Petersburg Clearwater International Airport.

Listed as a Verizon SmartPark, it features high speed voice, video and data transport services, redundant fiber optics, a digital subscriber line and T1 Internet access.

Building 1, located at 4770 140th Ave. N., was built in 1997 and encompasses 16,000 square feet, along with a 234-square-foot loading platform. Building 2, located at 4790 140th Ave. N., was built in 1998 and includes 16,000 heated square feet. New generators were installed in 2019 and the HVAC was updated in 2020.

The seller, RCDRSAIR LLC, purchased the property in January 2024 for $2.4 million. The buyer was Crown 2, LLC, a Florida Liability Company with offices in Largo.

6351 49th St. N., Pinellas Park. Photo Crexi.com.

 BT Sports Academy property lists

A three-unit property, two of which are currently leased by BT Sports Academy, hit the market for $3.5 million. The one-story, 13,248 gross square-foot structure, located at 6351 49th Street N., Pinellas Park, was built in 1957 and renovated in 2018, 2019 and 2023. The property also includes over an acre of dedicated soccer fields, allowing for a mix of office, warehouse and recreational space.

The property features 15-foot-high ceilings, multiple overhead doors, a gym equipped with five mini-split AC systems, an event center/lounge area cooled with two five-ton AC units and 18 parking spaces on-site. Recent improvements include a new sprinkler and fire alarm monitoring system, a new roof and air-conditioning upgrades.

The property is zoned M-1 (light industrial) with potential uses including a warehouse, club lodging or a pickleball court.

The owner, 6351 49th St. LLC, last purchased the property in 1999 for $550,000. The listing agents are Sean Broderick and Roger Broderick with Broderick & Associates Inc.

3101 44th Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Photo: Crexi.com.

Wholesale florist Hall’s warehouse for sale

A 10,240 heated square-foot general warehouse, located at 3101 44th Avenue N., has listed with an asking price of $1.8 million.  The owner, Halls St. Petersburg Wholesale Florist Inc., occupies the concrete block structure situated in the Joe’s Creek Industrial Park.

The property comprises two buildings sitting on a .9-acre parcel of land.  Building 1 is a two-story, 7,200 square-foot structure built in 1965. Building 2 is a one-story 3,040 square-foot structure built in 1992.

Features include two 12-foot roll-up doors providing access to the buildings as well as three eight-foot roll-up doors in the front. A 3,500 square-foot mezzanine offers bonus space not included in the total square footage. Six lined parking spaces are located on the south side, with a large portion of land available for overflow needs.

The property was purchased by Hall’s St. Petersburg in 2006 for $550,000. The listing agent is Pat Calhoon with Smith & Associates Real Estate.

4301 31st Street N., St. Petersburg. Photo: Showcase.com.

St. Petersburg industrial space sells for $4.1 million

A Lealman industrial warehouse, distribution, manufacturing, showroom property, located at 4301 31st St. N., sold April 23 for $4.1 million – $400,000 below the asking price.

Two structures, each with 14-foot-high ceilings, occupy the 0.95-acre parcel of land. Building 1 is a one-story, 10,640 square-foot concrete block structure built in 1968. Building 2, completed in 1969, is a one-story, 10,000 square foot structure. Twenty-four parking spaces are on-site. Recent upgrades include new air-conditioning in 2016 and renovations between 2018 and 2019 valued at over $67,000.

The seller, Pineapple Street Ventures, LLC, a Tampa-based limited liability company, purchased the property in 2022 for $2.7 million. The buyer is General Management Development Corp., a Florida for-profit corporation also based in Tampa.

Real estate agents: Please forward all news for Places This Week to Amy Kagan at amy@stpetecatalyst.com. Thanks!






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