Welcome to Clearwater Beach
Why Live Here?
Clearwater Beach Florida is luxurious, clean, safe, relaxing, and has endless entertainment and dining options. Considering this area has one of the best beaches in the United States, there is a large-scale population of approximately 117,000+ residents. Clearwater Beach is equipped with a marina on the Intracoastal waterway side, and is linked on the south by a short bridge to another beautiful barrier island where Sand Key Park.
Schools in Clearwater Beach provide a variety of options for all grade levels and school types.
Clearwater Beach is known to be in good health. Surrounded by shops, restaurants and a technology area that is quite broad, residents may also work in St. Petersburg or Tampa. The largest employers in these cities are Baycare Bayfront Medical Center, Tech Data, Jabil, and WellCare Health Plans in Tampa and Raymond James, HSN, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, and Times Publishing Company in St. Petersburg.
Parks & Rec
Clearwater Beach Parks & Recreation
has a waterfront recreation center which is equipped with a spacious fitness center, a fun splash pad for the children, aquatics, 2 outside basketball courts, beach access, food halls with kitchens, 3 outdoor tennis courts which are lit in the evening, 3 pickleball courts, a library, and a multi-purpose room. Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a popular non-profit rescue center which provides a variety of education and entertainment for everyone - certainly an animal hospital worth visiting! Enjoy the nightly "Sunsets at Pier 60" festival where sunsets, music, fishing, magic and fun create lasting memories. Pier 60 has one of the largest playgrounds along the beaches. Come to watch the National Superboat Championships or the Ironman. The area offers shopping, tasty cuisine for both casual and fine dining, and activities such as parasailing, jet ski rentals, boat tours (with a common sighting of dolphins in the Gulf waters), miniature golf, fishing charters, and ‘pirate ship’ cruises. Centrally located near the famous champion Philadelphia Phillies baseball Bright House Field. Sand Key Park, the nearby island park, does offer beach wheelchairs for visitors who are disabled, free of charge - which is aimed to help make it easier for sand and water access.
Real Estate and Housing
The average home value in Clearwater Beach is from $345K to $2.5M+. The area is quite active and competitive, and the seller’s market in this area has trended upwards more than 10%.
Is Clearwater Beach Right For You?
If you're considering real estate in Clearwater Beach Florida, The Horvath Group has many years of experience with matching buyers and sellers to their real estate goals. As local real estate agents, The Horvath Group has market knowledge in the City of Clearwater Beach neighborhood, and would be honored to help make a dream home become a reality.
Give The Horvath Group a call, text, or email today to get started on your real estate goals.
In 1897, a now well-known man named Ernest Tate, purchased an uninhabited wilderness known as Clearwater Beach Island - paying $200 for 164 acres. By the 1900s, the land became known as Tate’s Island, where he built a house for him and his wife - it was the only house on the island, until a hurricane took it in 1924. Today, Tate’s name has risen back to the surface in that nearby area, as ‘Tate Island Grill’, which is a Clearwater Beach Sandpearl Resort eatery.