Tarpon Springs, FL Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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About Homes for Sale in Tarpon Springs, FL

Tarpon Springs is a city within Pinella County, Florida, just 45 minutes north of St. Petersburg and named for its abundance of fish. Additionally, it’s well-known for being a “sponge capital of the world” and having the highest percentage of Greek Americans in the US.

Particularly, Tarpon Springs features an endearing downtown center listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Stroll along the gorgeous brick streets of the Historic District while browsing specialty shops, art galleries, and antique stores housed in buildings that date from the late 1800s.

Tarpon Springs, FL Real Estate Market Update

The median house prices in Tarpon Springs are $331,483, less expensive than the US median of $376,286. Around 25,117 people live in Tarpon Springs, with most households being families or married couples.

You’ll find plenty of beach-front-style homes with luscious landscaping, multiple garages, and uniquely designed architecture. Tarpon Springs also has an unexpected, rich Victorian-era history. Beautiful large Victorian homes are all around the city’s Spring Bayou waterfront, known as the Golden Crescent.

This is primarily a white-collar community, with 85.37% of the workforce employed in white-collar jobs. The education level of residents in this community is considerably higher than most communities since 31.33% of adults have a bachelor’s degree or higher.

Location & Accessibility

Tarpon Springs is emerging as a cultural destination rich in performing arts, dining experiences, museums, eclectic shopping, and many outdoor recreational experiences.

Being situated between Lake Tarpon and the Gulf of Mexico, this city boasts several waterfront parks and beaches, perfect for boating, kayaking, fishing, shell hunting, kayaking, and more. The city has become a popular spot for art and history lovers, with public art galleries and installations sprinkled throughout the city and the historic district. The Tarpon Springs Performing Arts and Culture Center offers frequent concerts, art, historical exhibits, theater shows, and other quality programs.

Tarpon Springs is also a great neighborhood to raise your kids, with seven public and two private schools in the area. The students perform 48% better on their test scores than the national average, meaning children will be surrounded by other high achievers.

Tarpon Springs, FL: The Verdict

Tarpon Springs attracts a blend of tourists due to their historical significance and coastal attractions and wealthy individuals looking for beachfront property.

This community is a prime location to experience plenty of outdoor activities. The nearby beaches and Pinella County parks are great for water activities.

Whether you’re a foodie, art and history enthusiast, adventure seeker, or a stay-at-home family, there’s something for everyone.

If you want to explore the homes that Tarpon Springs has to offer, check out our listings above.