Sprawling $2.5M lot with native Florida fauna and endless possibilities
Nestled in Tierra Verde, one of St. Petersburg’s most desired waterfront neighborhoods, over an acre of undeveloped waterfront property has been listed for sale. A rare find for the upscale community, the lot boasts a pristine tropical setting with over 100 native Florida fauna, plants, palm trees, and rich mangrove vegetation. A private boardwalk winds through the mangroves leading to a secluded dock on the open waters of Tampa Bay - premier location for launching a kayak or stand-up paddleboard with easy access to the Gulf of Mexico. The property is a paradise for fishing enthusiasts and tucked away in the private, gated enclave of Greenland Preserve, offering maximum privacy and security monitoring.
Along with video security monitoring, residents of the gated community enjoy access to exclusive waterfront amenities. Over 2,000 feet of private boardwalks lead to a community gazebo with a swinging bench that overlooks Mule Key. There is a community boat dock that provides each homeowner a watercraft slip and access to the deep open waters of the gulf through Bunces Pass or Pass-a-Grille Channel. These amenities are private and exclusive to Greenland Preserve homeowners.
“This is a true trophy lot with slightly over an acre of untouched Florida splendor. The location offers privacy and a tropical oasis that feels remote yet is only miles away from beach dining and the outdoor cafes and nightlife of downtown St. Pete,” says listing agent Janelle Chmura, Smith & Associates Real Estate.
Two International airports are within 30 minutes from the property, and private aviation access is available via the Albert Whitted Airport in downtown St. Petersburg. For the nature lover, the site is a bike ride away from Fort De Soto Park, which is recognized for its award-winning beaches, a refuge for Loggerhead turtles, and habitat for hundreds of bird species.
Available now for buyers interested in creating a residential oasis within the four-home community or holding a unique piece of land for portfolio diversification. One-third of the lot may be developed to protect the integrity of this unique location and embrace the high priority of living in harmony with the flora and fauna of the ecosystem. With inventory sparse for real estate searchers, this property offers the opportunity for new construction within a private and secure tropically landscaped setting.
Untouched, pristine waterfront lot at 2004 Bayview Drive Tierra Verde, FL 33715
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