Brighton Bay is one of St. Petersburg, Florida’s newer neighborhoods and one of a handful of the city’s planned communities. As such it is deed restricted, but has no restrictions on the enjoyment of its lush natural surroundings – and no burdensome gated access to fuss with after a long day of work or play.
Consisting of three- and four-bedroom homes built in the early 2000s, Brighton Bay is nestled in natural surroundings just north of Gandy Boulevard and east of 4th Street North. This quiet community of single family homes surrounds a six-acre lake and boasts community amenities including hot tubs, playgrounds, and tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts. While there is no direct water access, the homes here sit on nature conservation lots bordering Old Tampa Bay. This means you can see lots of active wildlife from the comfort of your home, then minutes later be well on your way to MacDill Air Force Base, South Tampa, anywhere in St. Petersburg, and Clearwater.
Brighton Bay homes range in price from the mid $200,000s to the mid $400,000s, do not require flood insurance, and benefit from architecture that ties together elegance and comfort in a thoroughly modern way.