Tropical Shores / Driftwood is a beautiful, serene suburban neighborhood that lies on the coast of St. Petersburg, FL area. It’s an ideal and beautiful community for those looking to live their lives by water and enjoy all it has to offer.

The Tropical Shores / Driftwood neighborhood of Florida is a popular destination to live in because it’s more expensive than most other places. The median real estate price for this area reaches up high at $529K, but what you’re getting with that extra cash isn’t just luxury pads; there are plenty of amenities available too. In fact, the median real estate price in this community is more expensive than 82.7% of the communities across Florida and 78.9% nationwide.

In the Tropical Shores / Driftwood neighborhood, you can find rentals that are currently $1,750. This is lower than 58% of Florida neighborhoods.

The area of Tropical Shores / Driftwood is a great place for those who want easy access to amenities without the hassle. The area has many single-family homes and small apartment buildings that offer medium-sized apartments, which can be perfect if you’re looking into starting your own family or just need more space than what usually fits in one bedroom.

Tropical Shores is an older neighborhood with many homes that were built between 1940 and 1969. There are also some pre-war properties in the area; however, they make up a minority of all dwelling units here compared to other areas nearby where newer construction has taken place lately due to recent demand for rental apartments, among other reasons which make sense given their proximity within Florida’s most expensive neighborhoods.

The Tropical Shores / Driftwood area is a great place to live if you enjoy the water. This coastal neighborhood has an extensive pier that offers views of both ships at sea and people taking advantage of all this good weather, as well.

If you want to be able to ride your bike each day, this is the place for you. With 4.6% of residents in the Tropical Shores / Driftwood neighborhood commuting by bicycle daily and an average commute time shorter than 30 minutes (the national norm), no other area comes close when it comes down to how often people can get from point A -B using two wheels as their mode of transportation like this neighborhood since it has more bicycle commuters than 97.3% of all communities in America.

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