St Petersburg offers a wide assortment of waterfront homes. The waterfront homes on the eastern coast of St Petersburg offer direct access to Tampa Bay. Homes on the St Pete western coast offer access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf of Mexico. Imagine stepping onto your boat in your own backyard and enjoying access to some of Florida’s best fishing and marine activities!
A “typical” St Petersburg waterfront home is a 3 bedroom 3 bath layout with a little over 2,000 sq ft of living space. But options vary greatly from modest 2 bedroom homes with about 1,500 sq ft to 5+ bedroom homes with over 4,000 sq ft.
About two-thirds of these waterfront homes also have private pools. Enjoy the Gulf breezes as you gather at your poolside retreat and gaze out at your water views.
These neighborhoods are on the eastern coast of St Petersburg and provide easy access to the waters of Tampa Bay. They are listed from north to south.
Shore Acres is located in the northeastern section of St Petersburg about 10 minutes north of downtown. This is one of the largest waterfront communities in Pinellas County.
Shore Acres is just south of the Weedon Island Preserve. Take your kayaks or rent some from Sweetwater Kayaks Rentals. Weedon Island is a unique and beautiful place to get away from the bustle. See the Shore Acres waterfront homes.
Venetian Isles is a series of finger islands just east of Shore Acres jutting out into Tampa Bay. Virtually all of the homes are waterfront lots and most also have private pools. See the Venetian Isles waterfront homes.
This is also one of the larger waterfront communities in Pinellas County Florida. It is close to the popular Coffeepot area and the Historic District. See the Snell Isle waterfront homes.
Coquina Key is the southernmost of the major waterfront communities on the eastern coast of St Pete. It is actually a true island, accessed by two bridges from the mainland. The biggest subdivisions are Coquina Key and Lewis Island Bahama Isles. About a third of the real estate on Coquina Key are single-family homes, and two-thirds are condos. See the Coquina Key & Lewis Island waterfront homes.
These homes are on the southwestern tip of St Petersburg and Pinellas County. They have the unique qualities of providing rapid access to Tampa Bay, the Intracoastal and the Gulf of Mexico all at the same time.
These homes are on Boca Ciega Bay which opens to the Intracoastal Waterway to the north, and the Gulf and Tampa Bay to the south. It is also conveniently located just west of Interstate I-275 giving you access to all of Pinellas County. The Pinellas Bayway is just to the south giving you easy access to St Pete Beach and Pass-A-Grille. See the Maximo waterfront homes.
Bayway Isles is bordered by Boca Ciega Bay on the north and Tampa Bay on the south between the St Petersburg mainland to the east and St Pete Beach to the west. If you are a boater, this gives you all the best choices the area has to offer. See the Bayway Isles waterfront homes.
This collection of finger islands is located just off the northern tip of St Pete Beach and just northwest of South Pasadena.
It’s a short drive to Gulfport where you can enjoy the work of local artists and crafters. There are also lots of local eclectic shops and restaurants like O'Maddy's Bar & Grille. See the South Causeway Isles waterfront homes.
Yacht Club Estates of St Petersburg is actually part of the South Causeway Isles group of finger islands. But it is its own separate island and neighborhood, accessed by a bridge from the other South Causeway Isle homes. See the Yacht Club Estates waterfront homes.