Harbor Hills Largo Fl is a charming waterfront community located along McKay Creek and the Intracoastal Waterway. The waterfront homes have wonderful views of McKay Creek or the Intracoastal. Tie your boat up to your dock and be in Clearwater Harbor or the Gulf of Mexico in minutes! Read More Below...
This wonderful subdivision is just south of Harbor Bluffs and across the channel from Indian Rocks Beach and the Gulf. The Harbor Hills subdivision is home to about 500 mostly Florida ranch style homes ranging in size from about 1,500 sq ft to over 3,000 sq ft.
The neighborhood is on the west side of Largo, just south of the Belleair Beach Causeway. The Harbor Hills community is just across the channel from Indian Rocks Beach. It is about 20 miles from downtown St Pete, and 25 miles from Tampa International Airport.
There is lots to enjoy about living in Harbor Hills Largo Fl. You can visit the beautiful Gulf Beaches at Indian Rocks Beach and Belleair Beach just across Belleair Bridge. Or you can drive or bike about 5 miles and have a picnic in popular Sand Key Park. Or spend the day or evening on Clearwater Beach and visit Pier 60 and catch a Sunsets Movie just 7 miles north of Harbor Hills. Or go south about 4 miles and bike ride or walk the trails at Walsingham Park. The Largo Cultural Center is only 3 miles east of Harbor Bluffs and offers lots or cultural events.
Harbor Hills Largo Fl is a charming subdivision with about 500 mostly Florida ranch styled homes. Home sizes range from 2 bedroom 2 bath homes with about 1,400 sq ft of indoor living area to 4 bedroom homes with 3,000 sq ft of room. About half of the homes have pools. The pools for the waterfront homes usually have great views of the water.
Harbor Hills Largo Fl offers waterfront homes close to Clearwater Harbor. Many of the homes have docks with deep water access, so you can jump in your boat, and be in Clearwater Harbor in a few minutes. Even if you choose not to live on the water, the location is great. Indian Rocks Beach is just across the channel and easily accessed via the Belleair Causeway Bridge. There are lots of great parks just a few miles away.