Homes for Sale in Dunedin from $200,000

Check out these homes for sale in Dunedin from $200,000.  Just scroll down to the bottom of this blog.

In the meantime, what about the lifestyle of Dunedin? There are 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage houses in every city and town, at almost every price range. What is most important to you? Do you want the house no matter where it is, or do you want the lifestyle and will find a house that matches your desired lifestyle? Find out if the lifestyle will help you look for homes for sale in Dunedin form $200,000. If it is simply just about finding a nice house with the right number of bedrooms, bathrooms and space in the garage, you can go to Zillow and  that will show you the features of the houses that are available in the price range you want.

If you are looking for the lifestyle of a community, perhaps you do need a professional Realtor who can point out the benefits of a given neighborhood or community and the lifestyle you can expect.

Are you looking to be near the ocean or the Gulf of Mexico for the opportunities for boating, fishing, water sports, or simply sitting on the beach and relaxing? If so, there are houses fairly near to the water that will fit the bill. Or do you prefer condo living? Right on the Dunedin Causeway, about as close as you can get to the water are several condo communities. Some of these are 55+ communities, such as the Royal Stewart Arms. Royal Stewart Arms is almost at the entrance to Honeymoon Island state park, the most visited park in Florida. These condos have a no pets policy, thus are quiet. There is also a community clubhouse for gatherings, social events and meetings. The tennis courts are available to residents and are in excellent condition. The very best feature is the view of the intra coastal waterway, with Caladesi Island and Clearwater Beach to the south and views of Honeymoon Island , St. Joseph Sound and Three Rooker Bar to the north. Almost daily, along the sea wall, one can see dolphins casually swimming, and sometimes leaping, in the water, often within a few yards of the sea wall. The community fishing pier is a great place for neighbors to gather to chat, relax and even wet a line in the hopes of catching dinner. The water is full of speckled trout (really in the drum family), redfish, flounder, and depending on the time of year, tarpon, Spanish mackerel and in the summer, plenty of smallish sharks. Each condo in the Royal Stewart Arms has its own condo association with its separate rules and regulations, so if you decide to purchase a condo, make sure to obtain a copy of the proper documents.

There are also condos on the mainland, which are fifty-five plus. They also have a no pets policy. A huge advantage to these condos, called Edgewater Arms, is that is is a very short walk to downtown Dunedin with it’s many restaurants, eclectic shops and hand made ice cream at Strachans Ice Cream. Several restaurants provide al fresco dining, including the Cafe Al Fresco, which offers inside and outside dining and is at the intersection of the Pinellas bike trail and Main Street. Other restaurants include everything from superb barbeque to gourmet Italian food to New York Pizza to the Black Pearl, a Mobile Travel Guide rated establishment. Should you decide to eat there, be sure to secure reservations in advance.

Since we are on the lifestyle tangent, the Pinellas bike trail is more than 50 miles of paved bicycle and pedestrian trails that go from Tarpon Springs in the north to St. Petersburg to the south, with off shoots along the Anclote River that have picnic tables, a section that goes out on the Dunedin Causeway to Honeymoon Island and various other interesting little detours. For those who like to experience good food along their bike routes, there is just about the best barbeque anywhere at Eli’s Barbeque. Eli’s is at the intersection of the Pinellas bike trail and Skinner Blvd. in Dunedin. Ribs and chicken to go or sit at one of the picnic tables and enjoy a wonderful meal right there where it is cooked. Back to the living situation.

Another condo community in Dunedin is the Mediterranean Manor. This community is on Alt. 19, has its own private park, picnic tables with grills for building a charcoal fire, and free mooring for your small boat. All you need to do is figure out how to get from the boat to the shore without getting your feet wet. The views of the intra coastal waterway, Honeymoon Island and St. Josephs Sound are incredible. the sunsets are amazing, and free. Of course, there is the downtown area of Dunedin, with many festivals, crafts fairs, holiday celebrations, lots of good food, plenty of music and so much more.  The Florida lifestyle beckons to all who are looking for homes for sale in Dunedin.  And you can always create your own private and customized home search.

One of the events that kicks off the festival season in Dunedin is the Art Harvest, hosted by the Junior League of Clearwater/Dunedin at Highlander Park, with  parking managed by the Dunedin North Rotary Club. This is a huge community service fundraiser. It is one of the largest juried art shows in the Southeast.

Other festivals in Dunedin include the Dunedin Wines the Blues in November, with lots of great music from multiple stages, a whole host of food providers offering their products, and of course wines from around the world. This is an event not to be missed.

Olde Fashion Christmas in December is a nostalgic look back at a time around the 1890s, with “real” snow falling from the sky at the Pinellas trail crossing by the historical train station museum,  horse drawn “sleigh” rides through downtown, make your own S’mores, music provided by the Salvation Army Band and so very much more.

Then there are numerous arts and crafts festivals with skilled craftsmen from all across the country. At these events, which are dog friendly, you can always find delicious food for sale in the street, since Main Street is blocked off for pedestrian traffic only. The many shops and restaurants are open to provide shelter, seats, and of course food and beverage. if you look hard, you might find kettle corn or even that perfect and funky piece of jewelry that will be a perfect gift for someone special.

Come spring, Dunedin offers sunset concerts in the park on the Gulf. Here you can bike to the park on the Pinellas trail, bring a blanket to sit on or even bring your own folding chairs, listen to some of the very best talent in the Southeast playing all sorts of music, from blues to rock ‘n roll to folk. While listening to the music, eat the food you brought with you, or enjoy soft drinks, kettle corn, fresh cut French fries, and other snacks. Catch one more amazing sunset, then at the end of the concert, head back to your home feeling refreshed and satisfied.

Another great community party is the Mardi Gras parade that runs right through downtown. Thousands of people line the parade route for a look at some really excellent floats, and maybe to catch a few strings of beads thrown to the crowd by the crews on the floats. When the parade is over, head to the downtown for a meal and celebration, since it the parade usually is the last big fun event before the season of Lent.

Casa Tina Mexican Restaurant hosts the annual Cinco de Mayo festival. Again, Main Street downtown is blocked off to automobile traffic, vendors set up to provide plenty of food and beverages, and the stage area has authentic entertainment from Mexico playing Mexican folk music. There are youth groups dressed in native costumes and you can learn to salsa dance. Between the lively music and the crowds of people, everyone is having a wonderful time at this family friendly festival.

After the heat of summer has passed, there is the open air market in Pioneer Park on Friday and Saturday. Here, you can find hand crafted coffee, specialty breads, unusual cheeses and relishes, interesting craft items such as hand made corn brooms, unique bread slicers, pot holders, hot pads, handy kitchen utensils, and fresh vegetables. The prices are very reasonable and the individual vendors are all friendly and helpful. The open air market runs from November thru April, more or less.

For the family there are movies in the park on Friday night in the month of April. These are free events, so bring a chair, bring a snack and a beverage, then enjoy a family friendly movie on a huge screen in Pioneer Park after sundown. There are kids playing in the grass, people bring their dogs, you can lay out a blanket, and there are vendors with food available, including a wood fired stone pizza oven. In short, if you are looking for the lifestyle to match yours, and you can match the house to that lifestyle, Dunedin is for you. If you are determined to find a house, then go out and see what your new community has to offer, well then, try Dunedin anyway.

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