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Snell Isle land listing sets a record in St. Pete

Margie Manning



123-125 Bay Point Dr. NE (Photo credit: Tony Sica)

A Snell Isle property with an unobstructed waterfront view has hit the market at a record asking price.

The property, a double lot at 123-125 Bay Point Dr. NE, is listed at $16.84 million. It’s the highest-priced land listing in St. Petersburg, according to a news release from Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

The property is marketed exclusively by Robyn Gunn of Premier Sotheby’s St. Petersburg office.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the discerning buyer who wants to custom-build the ultimate waterfront dream home. There isn’t a comparable property — on or off the market — that showcases these spectacular views,” Gunn said in the news release.

The property is on 0.72 acres, with 267 feet of Tampa Bay frontage, with sailboat-depth water. It features views of Tampa Bay and the city skyline of St. Petersburg.

The double lot features unobstructed views of Tampa Bay and the city skyline of St. Petersburg. (Photo credit: Tony Sica)

The property currently is owned by a family trust, according to the Pinellas County property appraiser. A home at 123 Bay Point Dr. NE previously was located on the site, but was demolished in January, according to property records.

The property features 267 feet of bay frontage. (Photo credit: Tony Sica)

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    June 10, 2021at2:53 pm

    How dare they ask for so much money.. They should make it into a community garden.

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    June 11, 2021at7:51 am

    Obviously the buyer has no idea that sea level rise will probably have this property underwater in 50 years.

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    June 12, 2021at1:21 am

    They have a right to make money off property’s they own. They paid for it .And probably invested more after purchasing, probably worked hard to get there. I am just amazed about the mind set. They are responsible for there family. Not everyone wants to give away there money to strangers.

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    Janey Mo

    June 13, 2021at3:43 pm

    LOL how about we make *your* house a community garden? They should be able to do what they like, list at whatever price they wish, it’s THEIR property.

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    June 13, 2021at4:24 pm

    Pure greed… we need to stop the equity injustice. City should not allow two lots to be consolidated for the rich. We should set a new build standard to include affordable housing in these areas.

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