1101 Anclote Road Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
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DEVELOPERS-BUILDERS-LAND INVESTORS!!! LOOK at this property...Located in Pinellas County FL Close to the water and marinas, parks perfect for boating and exploring the area coastline, river, dining, shopping, area attractions in Tarpon Springs, Clearwater Beach-Tampa. Located in Pinellas Co School District. Airport Saint Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport 46 min drive 24.6 mi Tampa International Airport 44 min drive 25.7 m Investment Highlights • Tampa, Florida MSA • Unobstructed deep-water access to the Gulf of Mexico - accommodates Mega Yachts and Sailboats • $5.5 billion in direct visitor spending in Pinellas County annually • Popular boating designation for greater Tampa Bay Here is a prime ±17-acre development opportunity located in the heart of the historic Greek town of Tarpon Springs, Florida. Anclote is one of the largest vacant parcels in the area and has the potential to be developed into an institutional quality asset impacting an entire neighborhood. With over 1, 800 feet of frontage along Anclote Road, direct access to two top-rated marinas, and surrounded by various land uses that include residential, industrial, and marinas, this site benefits from having multiple development paths that include mixed-use residential. Centrally located 30-miles from both Tampa and Saint Petersburg, Florida, Tarpon Springs offers ample recreation amenities such as Anclote Island State Park, Innisbrook Golf and Spa Resort, Fred Howard Park, and Sunset Beach. This historic waterfront town heavily contributes to the counties $5.5 billion spent by over 16 million visitors annually. Location: Anclote Road, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 Lot Size: 16.26 Acres +/- 4 parcels sold together* Some Due Diligence Information available for review.
|a week ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|2 months ago||Price changed to $4,500,000|
|5 months ago||Listing first seen online|