Seminole Heights Tampa (MLS home search)

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The Tampa "river" Neighborhoods of Old Seminole Heights, Riverbend, Lowry Park and Sulphur Springs

The links below will help you search Seminole Heights real estate and other properties in zip code 33604 that are listed in the MLS.  The Seminole Heights area range from modest bungalows to contemporary houses. Learn about historic Seminole Heights where you can find  homes for sale to fit a prices that will work with every budget.  Seminole Heights itself is part of 3 different zip codes: 33604 (this page), 33603 (the Riverside & seminole Heights page), and 33610 (the East Tampa search page).

Known for its historic bungalows and vintage homes, Seminole Heights is a popular central Tampa neighborhood due to the craftsman style bungalows from the early 20th century. The Seminole Heights area is divided into four neighborhood groups, the largest is the Old Seminole Heights Neighborhood Association or OSHNA, which covers nearly 7,500 of the 10,000 plus
 homes in the greater Seminole Heights area. The Seminole Heights Garden Center, a neighborhood park, is used for many events such as art festivals and picnics. Seminole Heights has the longest stretch of Riverfront parkland in the city of Tampa. Rivercrest, Epps, and several unnamed pocket parks provide access to the Hillsborough River.

The area is popular among young professionals and their families who are seeking an alternative to master planned communities. Seminole Heights houses reflect every style of the past 90 years. In the past few years the area has seen new bungalow style homes added to vacant lots. The area contains two designated historical districts including Seminole Heights (local and national designation), Hampton Terrace (national designation).

Some great Place to eat or shop in Seminole Heights:

Ella's Folk Art CafeReservations to Go, Health Mutt, Mikey's Café, Taco Bus, The Refinery, Cappy's Pizza , Yesterdaze, Cleanse Apothecary, Mauricio's Faedo's Bakery, Phoenix Glass Studio, among others

For information on Old Seminole Heights: Old Seminole Heights Neighborhood Association



In viewing the properties below, please keep in mind that the MLS search is by zip code for areas. Many of the properties will fall outside of what is considered Seminole Heights. 

Homes built before 1939 for under 100k

Homes built before 1939 for 100k to 150k

Homes built before 1939 for 150k to 225k

Homes built before 1939 for 225k to 300k

Homes built before 1939 over 300k

Homes built after 1939 for under 100k

Homes built after 1939 for 100k to 150k

Homes built after 1939 for 150k to 225k

Homes built after 1939 for 225k to 300k

Homes built after 1939 for over 300k

Sulphur Springs boundaries include Rowlett Park to the east, Florida Avenue to the west, Busch Blvd to the north, and the Hillsborough River to the south.  A resort community in the 1920's, the Sulphur Springs Arcade was featured in Ripley's Believe it or not. The community was incorporated into Tampa in 1953.

The neighborhood is well known for the Sulphur Springs Water Tower, built in 1927. The site of the Tower is now a city of Tampa park as well as the historic spring fed pool.


                                                                                                                                                                                                
 

As a 20+ year resident of Seminole Heights and past president of two of the neighborhood associations, I have an expertise about the neighborhoods in the heights that far exceeds that of other Realtors®  working these neighborhoods.  Any agent can sell you a home but I am also about helping you Discover the Heights and learning about the community and helping you feel at home in these vibrant and creative neighborhoods. There have been many changes in the Heights over the years I have lived here and I am proud to have played a role in many of those changes. But I am just as committed to what the future holds for the community I call home.   If you choose to make your home here we will be neighbors. --Rick Fifer