Palm Harbor

Palm Harbor Florida Homes & Condos for Sale

Palm Harbor is an unincorporated community situated on Florida`s Gulf Coast – about 25-miles north of St. Petersburg and 23-miles northwest of Tampa.

It was initially referred to as Sutherland – after a southern land and development company in 1888. In 1925, its name was switched to Palm Harbor.

Today, the community once famous for citrus farming has become one of the affluent neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay area.

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Cost of living

The cost of living in Palm Harbor is estimated to be 1.08 higher than the national average – as of 2020.

To calculate the overall cost of living, factor in housing expenses, healthcare costs, and other factors.

For instance, in Palm Harbor, the housing cost is 1.18 times the national average, with a median home cost of $273,400 and a median rental cost of $1570/month.

 

Groceries are estimated to cost 1.06 times the national average, while utilities go for 1.04 times the national average.

Transportation expenses are 1.03 times the national average, while health goes for 1.01 times the national average.

Do not let the high cost of living deter you from relocating to Palm Harbor. Because of the easy accessibility to amenities such as health, schools, and roads, which offsets the high cost of living.

Safety

Based on 2019 reports released by the FBI, Palm Harbor had a violent crime rate of 2% lower than the national average, a property crime rate of 6% higher than the national average, and a total crime rate of 1% higher than the national average – in 2018.

According to the FBI reports, Palm Harbor was safe than 30% of United States cities.

Note, an analysis reviewing reports by a local law enforcement agency showed a higher crime rate. However, that should not deter you from relocating to Palm Harbor. See, the ever-evolving technology is continuously making it easier to solve and combat crime.

Weather patterns

In Palm Harbor, the summers are long (4.5 months), oppressive, and cloudy, while the winters are short (2.8 months).

The temperatures range from 43°F to 93°F.

Palm Harbor experiences clouds throughout the year, with a more clear period lasting approximately 8.3 months – from September to June.

The city receives varying forms of precipitation, with the wetter season lasting approximately 3.5 months. The drier season lasts for 8.5 months – from September to June.

Rainfall is the most common precipitation, with an accumulated depth that ranges from 1.8 inches (in November) to 6.9 inches (in August).

When it comes to humidity, the Palm Harbor experiences a muggier period of 7.3 months – from April to November. With the muggiest day being August 7.

Overall, the weather is friendly and easy to adapt to. There are no frequent cases of adverse weather conditions either.

Recreation opportunities

Palm Harbour is the home to popular attraction sites such as Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, Lowry Park zoo, Gasparilla pirate festival, Florida strawberry festival, Golf Coast Museum of Art, the Florida aquarium, Florida international museum, Florida botanical gardens, and the Salvadore Dali Museum.

The city is the home to the North Pinellas Historical Museum, which features exhibits on the history of Palm Harbor and the neighboring communities.

The museum building features the historic home of an early settler by the name Judge Thomas William Hartley.

Palm Harbor also features outdoor activities such as fishing, diving, and boating – thanks to its access to the Gulf of Mexico.

For land recreation, the harbor`s Pinellas trail offers 34 miles of strolling, biking, jogging, and other forms of outdoors.

Also, the harbor is home to top sports teams like: “Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL), baseball’s Tampa Bay Devil Rays (MLB), and hockey’s Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL).”Also, “Baseball of the minor league variety can be found in Tampa, home of the Tampa Yankees (Class Single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees) and Clearwater, home of the Clearwater Threshers (Class single-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies).”

Shopping opportunities

Besides recreation, Palm Harbor is home to many shopping centers, malls, farmers` markets, and dining areas.

According to Yelp ratings, the top 3 shopping places to shop include:

Hyde Park Village is home to a unique mixture of retailers. Be it local, regional, or national. The Village provides high-end dining, entertainment, and shopping essentials to the community.

Hyde also provides the best venue for the Fresh MARKET festival held on the first Sunday of every month.

On the second slot is Westfield Countryside, a shopping center situated minutes from Tampa international airport and Florida’s best beaches.

The property features a 1-screen Cobb theatre, an indoor ice skating rink, and a collection of popular restaurants such as Red Robin, BJ`s Restaurant & Brewhouse, and PF Chang’s China Bistro.

The Fountain shopping center comes in third with a wide variety of cool stuff to scour through all day.

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Palm Harbor Community Data

Area Quick Facts


78,027

Current Population


2,371

Residents per Square Mile


812

Sales in the Last 180 Days


$375,000

Median 180 Day Sale Price

180 Day Sold Data

Apartment Building

145
Total Sold
$66,975,000
Median Sale Price
$66,975,000
High Sale Price
$66,975,000
Low Sale Price

Condominium

201
Total Sold
$220,000
Median Sale Price
$695,000
High Sale Price
$24,000
Low Sale Price

Multi-Family

1
Total Sold
$230,250
Median Sale Price
$230,250
High Sale Price
$230,250
Low Sale Price

Mobile/Manufactured

3
Total Sold
$110,000
Median Sale Price
$120,000
High Sale Price
$98,000
Low Sale Price

Single Family Residential

457
Total Sold
$439,700
Median Sale Price
$2,300,000
High Sale Price
$48,600
Low Sale Price

Vacant

5
Total Sold
$135,000
Median Sale Price
$500,000
High Sale Price
$80,400
Low Sale Price

Area Indices vs. National Average

Cost of Living

Housing Costs

Health Care Costs

Educations Costs

Utilities Costs

Crime Rate

Demographic information

Key Employment Sectors

Healthcare Is the leading employment sector for residents living in Palm Harbor, FL with 14.69% of the population followed by Retail which employs 14.18% of the population.


Population Information

47.64% Male

52.36% Female


Household Information

70.75% Owned

29.25% Rented

35,259

Total Households

$456,519

Average Home Value

$84,575

Individual Median Income

17 years

Average Household Occupancy Duration

50 years

Median Age

25.48%

Bachelor's Degree or Higher

School Information

5
High Schools
5
Middle Schools
13
Elementary Schools
9
Preschools
Address
Type
Level
Enrolled
Rating
601 Tampa Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 725
8
2855 County Road 95, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 566
8
3030 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 673
8
1230 Highlands Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 532
7
4900 Cypress Woods Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34685
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 723
10
3150 N Belcher Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 562
10
2060 Nebraska Ave, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 25
N/A
1857 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 74
N/A
2355 Nebraska Ave, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: PK - 8
Enrolled: 118
N/A
601 Tampa Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 725
8
2855 County Road 95, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 566
8
3030 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 673
8
1230 Highlands Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 532
7
4900 Cypress Woods Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34685
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 723
10
3150 N Belcher Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 562
10
1601 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: KG - 8
Enrolled: 364
10
1551 Belcher Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: KG - 8
Enrolled: 333
N/A
2060 Nebraska Ave, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 25
N/A
1857 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: PK - 5
Enrolled: 74
N/A
33231 Us Highway 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Private
Level: 3 - 12
Enrolled: 13
N/A
34054 Us Highway 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Private
Level: 4 - 12
Enrolled: 77
N/A
1961 E Lake Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34685
Type: Private
Level: 1 - 10
Enrolled: 16
N/A
1800 Tampa Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: 6 - 8
Enrolled: 1,420
6
3301 Bentley Dr, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Public
Level: 6 - 8
Enrolled: 1,175
6
1601 Curlew Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: KG - 8
Enrolled: 364
10
2355 Nebraska Ave, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: PK - 8
Enrolled: 118
N/A
1551 Belcher Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Private
Level: KG - 8
Enrolled: 333
N/A
1900 Omaha St, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Type: Public
Level: 9 - 12
Enrolled: 2,519
7
1300 Silver Eagle Dr, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688
Type: Public
Level: 9 - 12
Enrolled: 2,170
6
33231 Us Highway 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Private
Level: 3 - 12
Enrolled: 13
N/A
34054 Us Highway 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Type: Private
Level: 4 - 12
Enrolled: 77
N/A
1961 E Lake Rd, Palm Harbor, FL 34685
Type: Private
Level: 1 - 10
Enrolled: 16
N/A