Sunset Park Homes for Sale | Sunset Park Real Estate
Sunset Park and Sunset Park Isles are basically the same area located in Tampa between Interstate 275 and Highway 92, West of Highway 92, Culbreth Heights, and west of S. Manhattan Ave. It borders Stony Point to the north, Belmar Shore to the south, and Virginia Park to the east.
The entire neighborhood is called Sunset Park but Sunset Park Isles is the small, man-made peninsulas that jet out into Tampa Bay on the shores of Sunset Park. There are several waterfront properties, and South West Shore Boulevard runs north and south to the center of Sunset Park. Residents are just minutes to the Tampa International Airport, and about 10 minutes from downtown Tampa and Hyde Park. This centrally located community offers easy access to both bridges across Tampa Bay, I-275 and state Route 92.
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Sunset Park Real Estate
Waterfront homes on Tampa Bay in Sunset Park Isles tend to run more expensive than those without waterfront access. Those along the waterfront start at about $1 million up to $6 million based on size and location. Those away from the water start at about $450,000 for single-family homes of about 1400 ft.².
The age of homes are all over the board from the 1950s up to today and there are no homeowner association fees for any home in Sunset Park or Sunset Park Isles. Lots are even still available at the edge of Sunset Park Isles starting at about $2 million. These are luxury property estates and acreage of up to one-third of an acre.
Some lots offer properties that are currently under construction and can be custom-built either from the ground up or modified as the property is being built. For instance, you can buy a four or five-bedroom home in the midst of preconstruction for around $2.4 million on a lot of about one-third of an acre with over 5000 ft.² of living space.
You can also find single-family homes less than $700,000 featuring two and three-bedroom properties of up to 2000 ft.², typically built between the 1950s and the 1980s. Many of these lots are under 10,000 ft.².
One unique feature of Sunset Park is that many of the homes are Rambler/ranch or single-story properties. This is quite unusual in the dense, suburban neighborhoods of Tampa, so if you're looking for a ranch-style home or single-story, Sunset Park is an excellent place to start your search.
About Sunset Park
Nestled in the city limits of Tampa, the Sunset Park neighborhood features a population of about 3600 and covers the ZIP Code 33629. It borders Beach Park Isles to the north, Culbreth Heights to the Northeast, El Prado to the south, Tampa Bay to the west, and Manhattan Avenue to the east.
The community does have its own homeowners association but no dues are required. The Association was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1988 and the word "area" was added to indicate additional households added to the original boundaries of the sunset Park neighborhood. The Association is designed to preserve and protect and enhance the quality of the neighborhood, to exchange or disseminate information to accomplish these purposes and to foster civic and social activities as approved by the membership. The Association meets every other month, currently via Zoom. Bylaws to Sunset Park can be found here.
Sunset Park Schools
Residents of Sunset Park and Sunset Park Isles are part of the Hillsborough County Public School District and are served by the Mabry elementary school, the Coleman middle school, and the Plant high school. These schools receive excellent scores and reviews by parents and students alike. The elementary school is about 1.2 miles away from Sunset Park and receives a 10 out of 10 by great schools.org. The middle school receives a 9 and the High school receives a 7. The student to teacher ratio in the elementary school is 17 to 1
Residents of Sunset Park have access to Tampa Bay and most homes on the water feature their own boat dock and/or boat slip. Many homes have backyard swimming pools and all the homes in Sunset Park Isles and in a cul-de-sac, however, this is not a gated community.
The closest services and amenities are found on Henderson Boulevard, just out of the boundaries of Sunset Park. You'll find a CVS drugstore, Bistro BT, several boutiques, clinics, veterinarians, churches, banks, gas stations, and other services.
Bay to Bay Boulevard runs east and west to the main road of S. Dale Mabry Hwy. Here you will find a wide range and variety of shops and restaurants, the Carriage Trade Plaza, fast food options and just beyond the road is the Palma Ceia Golf & Country. This is Tampa's oldest private golf club with memberships available, tennis facilities, pro shop, and casual dining facilities.
This is a wonderful location whether you're looking to live on the water, or just off of the water with water access or just centrally located to some of the most popular bridges, thorough fairs, and interstates in the area. For more information browse all available listings for sale in Sunset Park and Sunset Park Isles. When you're ready, contact our office today. We are exclusively Tampa Bay buyers agents helping you find and purchase the right property at the right price.