When considering moving or relocating, many property shoppers are confronted with the issue of finding the right central location. For most, it's a balance of commute to work, family, and schools among other interests. Home and property shoppers are quickly finding out that living in SouthShore offers all of this, and much more.
As a central location, SouthShore is quickly gaining popularity with a commute to downtown Tampa, St. Pete, and Bradenton in 30 minutes or less. SouthShore communities are located with close access to I-75, making it easy to reach Orlando and Ft. Myers. Just a few years ago, many families moved to neighborhoods like New Tampa and Brandon for those reasons exactly.
Now, those communities are experiencing an abundance of new population growth, increased property values and new infrastructure. Speaking of community growth, Amazon.com is in the process of constructing a new Hub for operations in SouthShore, bringing a new, 1,000,000 sq.ft. facility along with 1,000 new jobs to the area. Other businesses are flocking the area and new schools are being built, to accommodate this expansion.
SouthShore itself offers plenty of activities for you and your family. The Manatee Viewing Center in Apollo Beach can be a great place to visit to see local marine life. You can visit Apollo Beach which is dog friendly, and E.G. Simmons Park with boat ramps and outdoor play areas for kids. If you're looking for a relaxing, tiki-style cafe on the water to enjoy a cocktail and lunch, the Sunset Grill in Little Harbor is highly recommended.
Whether you are a young couple looking to set roots to start your family, or a retiree looking for the beach and boater lifestyle, South Shore has you covered.
You can find a new construction homes in a family community starting from the low $100,000s. It is one of very few places to find a waterfront lot with bay access for under $100,000. Some new neighborhoods include Mira Bay, Waterset and Bahia Lakes. Want something a little more extravagant? There are also multi-million dollar waterfront mansions.
So, if you're looking for affordable homes in a central location with growth and a high potential for increased future sale value, the SouthShore is the place for you.