Feb. 18-23 Gulfport Actual Property Gross sales


A green home as seen from the street, with a trailer parked in the driveway. Feb. 18-23 Gulfport Real Estate Sales
Here are the Feb. 18-23 Gulfport real estate sales – including this triplex.
Cathy Salustri

For the week of Feb. 18-23, Gulfport real estate sales saw some high numbers on the north side of the city. Take a look at what sold – and for how much – this past week in Gulfport.

2813 Clinton St. S. (Waterfront District)

This 1953 triplex has a total of six bedrooms and four baths, spread over 2,870 square feet. It listed at $675,000 but sold for $802,500.

5526 14th Ave. S. (Tangerine)

This newer home (2016) has three bedrooms, three baths, and 2,228 square feet. It listed for $785,000 and sold for $750,000.

6319 Vista Verde Dr. E. (Stetson)

This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath townhome, built in 2003, has 2,332 square feet. It listed for $750,000 and sold for $700,000.

2421 49th St. S. (Waterfront District)

Built in 1923, this home has two separate units, with a total of four bedrooms, three baths, and 1,199 square feet. It listed for $539,900 and sold for $510,000.

5409 18th Ave. S. (Tangerine)

After four days on the market, this three-bedroom, two-bath home, listed at $509,900, sold for $504,000. The 1957 home has 1,245 square feet.

New homeowner or thinking of buying a home in Gulfport? Check out the City of Gulfport’s website for helpful information, including about garbage and recycling collection, getting a library card, and other information new Gulfportians need and want to know. Looking to learn the history of a home you just bought – or want to buy? The Gulfport History Museum has info on many Gulfport homes.

If you want to get involved in your new community, check out these links to community organizations in Gulfport.

Finally, see more recent Gulfport home sales and this week’s real estate sales on Pinellas beaches.

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