Real Estate values in Palm Harbor are on the rise. The average home is currently selling for around $200,000.
Palm Harbor has nearly 57,000 residents who enjoy the urban, yet small town, atmosphere. Many of my clients are interested in Palm Harbor real estate due to the quality public schools in the area. According to Greatschools.org, Plato Academy North is rated a 10/10, Ozona Elementary is rated a 9/10 with a parent rating of 10/10, and Palm Harbor University High School is rated a 9/10.
A few notable communities that make up Palm Harbor are Crystal Beach, Ozona, Lansbrook, and Innisbrook. Crystal Beach and and Ozona are on the gulf, while Lansbrook and Innisbrook are golf communities. Crystal Beach is an older beach community with some unique older homes as well as some homes with amazing water views. Crystal Beach and Ozona keep a close-knit community lifestyle with a daily trip to the post office (no mailboxes). They say it brings an "old Florida" feel.
Lansbrook and Innisbrook have more of the larger, and newer homes. Innisbrook Golf and Spa Resort has a world-renowned golf course and some amazing million dollar homes. The east side of Palm Harbor has many beautiful homes on Lake Tarpon or those that back up to the natural scenery of the 8,000 acres of Brooker Creek Preserve.
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Palm Harbor is an area I would recommend that you consider if you haven't already. Please use the featured links on this page to find homes in your price range, or view homes located on gulf courses, waterfront properties, or take advantage of distressed homes if you are interested in a short sale or a bank owned foreclosure. If you don't find what you are looking for in one of these searches, please feel free to set up a "Custom Search" to have your potential home list sent directly to your email. I hope I can be of service by sharing my knowledge of the North Pinellas county real estate market.
Note: Find additional information on the Palm Harbor area on the "Local Area" page on this website. This information includes local government, area attractions and Palm Harbor schools.
Sources: Palm Harbor town and government websites, Realtor.com, GreatSchools.org and the St. Petersburg Times.