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Belleair

Why you'd want to live in Belleair

In the 1890’s, railroad magnate Henry B. Plant constructed his showpiece hotel on a high bluff south of Clearwater, complete with a railroad siding for the private cars of his wealthy winter patrons. The Belleview Hotel had its grand opening in January of 1897. Its location was on a peninsula west of Tampa Bay which was to become Pinellas County in 1912. Guests at the Belleview enjoyed the amenities of regal, rustic living; yachting on Clearwater Bay, horseback riding in the piney woods south of the hotel; golfing, tennis, skeet shooting, and bicycling. The national craze for bicycling found a home at the hotel and, at the turn of the century, Belleair was the scene of six-day bicycle races and many other national and international prominent cycling events. The Belleview’s original nine-hole golf course with sand greens had grown to two, 18-hole courses with Florida’s first grass greens by World War I. In 1920, the hotel was purchased from the Plant Investment Company by John McEntee Bowman, international sportsman and owner of the Biltmore chain of hotels. Hence the beginning of the new name Belleview Biltmore Hotel. Directly to the north of the hotel, a casino added zest to the life of the snowbirds and hotel guests, operating until the mid 1940s. The good life at the seasonal Belleview Biltmore naturally led to the desire among some guests to live in this pleasant place year-round. Some of Belleair’s first homes were constructed on North Indian Rocks Road, overlooking the Belleview’s golf course, and still stand today. This neighborhood developed and gradually moved south, resisting annexation moves by the City of Clearwater. In 1925, the Town of Belleair was incorporated and the noted town planner, John Nolen, was hired to lay out the streets that constitute most of Belleair today. For more information on Belleair, including the calendar of events, visit TownofBelleair.com

Belleair Market Report

$1,141,147

AVERAGE PRICE OF 52 HOMES

$2,199,695

AVERAGE PRICE OF 18 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$1,471,250

AVERAGE PRICE OF 16 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$1,493,082

AVERAGE PRICE OF 17 HOMES WITH A POOL

$649,900

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $1,141,147
Avg Bedrooms 2.75 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.08 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

2 bedrooms $523,073
3 bedrooms $1,235,907
4 bedrooms $1,603,725
5 bedrooms $1,925,100
Belleair Home Price Trends
  5/2021 4/2021 3/2021 2/2021 1/2021
Total Listings 65 70 72 n/a 79
Average Price $1,028,921 $1,090,772 $1,071,310 n/a $968,511
Avg Price Change -6.01% +1.82% n/a n/a +1.26%
Median Price $730,324 $748,906 $760,316 n/a $617,925
Med Price Change -2.54% -1.52% n/a n/a -1.69%
Avg Bedrooms 2.69 beds 2.82 beds 2.79 beds n/a 2.72 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.92 baths 3.02 baths 3.03 baths n/a 2.91 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Largo High-Pn 8 $603,705 62 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 52 $1,141,147 199 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 18 $2,199,695 300 days
Newly Built Homes 16 $1,471,250 430 days
Homes with a Pool 17 $1,493,082 143 days
Reduced Price Homes 1 $649,900 25 days
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