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About Holiday Northwest, Holiday, FL

Holiday Northwest is the perfect place for people who enjoy a quiet neighborhood to themselves without the loud noises and rowdiness of busy streets. It’s perfect for people who live an active lifestyle with plenty of nearby areas to joy, swim, tan, and kayak.

This community is 2.2 square miles in size, featuring beautiful residential properties to live in. With 18 discrete resident submarkets in the holiday region, Holiday Northwest is among the best neighborhoods in Holiday, Florida.

Discover an array of charming modern-style homes for sale with well-maintained amenities, meaning there’s very little you’ll need to fix up, if at all. Read on to learn more about what Holiday Northwest has to offer.

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Housing Market & Apartments for Rent

Holiday Northwest is home to relatively modern small to mid-sized single-family homes. Many of the homes in this community have been renovated with modern kitchens, granite or stone countertops, steel appliances, and other fancy home amenities.

Currently, the median real estate price for Holiday Northwest is $201,865, making it one of the most affordable areas you’ll find, especially in Central Southwest Florida. The homes listed online range between 500 to 1500 square feet, with most of them including two or three bedrooms and 1 or 2 baths.

Single bedroom apartments and larger are readily available, which will be discussed in greater detail below.

Rental Options With Various Bed, Bath & Square Feet Options

Northwest Holiday apartments for rent start at one bedroom and beyond, meaning you can likely find something that fits your needs and budget. Apartments in Northwest Holiday offer amenities such as pools, gyms, and laundry facilities. Rent prices vary depending on location and size, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $900 to $1600 per month. Unit size ranges quite a bit from 1-4 bedrooms, 1-3 bathrooms and range from 800 to 2000 square feet.

Tucked away in one of the quietest neighborhoods in Holiday, the Holiday Northwest features many lovely residences that look more upscale than the price would indicate. The Holiday Northwest is quite unique in that it has a high concentration of available apartments of various floor plans, some being pet-friendly, which is perfect for a small family size of one or two children.

Location and Accessibility

Holiday Northwest is within arm’s reach of your daily necessities. Located just off US Highway 19, there are all types of grocery stores, markets, and food marts to get your food. Whether you prefer discount stores, organic grocers, or even farmers’ markets, there’s something for everyone.

Daily commuters will also catch the bus to and from work or school. The community provides access to plenty of bus routes and lines to get you where you need to go. Specifically, you’ll find bus stops along US 19 and various intersection roads like Mile Stretch Drive, Sunray Drive, and Panorama Ave.

Working and communicating to the area’s largest city of Tampa, and neighboring cities in Pasco and Pinellas Counties, of St Petersburg, New Port Richey, and Tarpon Springs is a breeze, with easy access to the interstate.

Area & Lifestyle Amenities

Living in Holiday Northwest also provides access to outdoor and nightlife recreation. Many residents enjoy an assortment of foodie-approved restaurants, breweries, and cocktail bars. Popular places include The Flamingo Lounge and Tiki Bar, Orbit 19, April’s DD Saloon, and Brennan’s Sports Hub.

Holiday Northwest is full of outdoor activities, from trails, tennis courts and state parks such as Anclote River Park and Fred Howard Park. Anclote Gulf Park nearby is a place for spectacular sunsets and water activities. The park’s fishing pier is certainly the biggest draw. Families can enjoy a barbecue with their designated picnic area, and kayakers have a place to launch from. Hikers are here to explore the trail and boardwalks, which have views across the Gulf of Mexico and connect to the Key Vista Nature Park.

Located just minutes away is Clearwater Beach, consistently ranked amongst the top 10 in the country.


Finding the right school is important for choosing a neighborhood to live in. Fortunately, there are plenty of elementary, middle, and high school options to accommodate children of all ages. If you prefer your child to have a smaller class setting and exclusive learning experience, there are a handful of Christian academies, learning centers, and other private schools to help your children receive the best education possible.

Check out these highly rated schools to get an idea of the available educational programs you may enroll your child to:

  • Gulfside Elementary School
  • Sunray Elementary School
  • Anclote Elementary School
  • Paul R. Middle School
  • Anclote High School

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Crime Rate

The crime rate in this area is 5.61 per 1000 residents, a decrease from the previous 5 years and lower than the national average.

The majority of crimes reported in Holiday are property crimes, such as theft, burglary, and vandalism. However, violent crime rates in the area are relatively low. While some risk is involved in living in Holiday, it is still considered a relatively safe area overall. 

Find Your Next Home in Holiday Northwest

Holiday Northwest is a great area to consider if you’re searching for a quieter area in Holiday, Florida, but still, have everything you need along with some great nature on the side.

There’s truly something for everyone. Whether you’re a family looking to raise young children or a retiree who wants to limit expenses yet still enjoy life in Florida’s best areas, Holiday Northwest can be a viable neighborhood for many.