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REAL HOUSES, REAL PRICES
So, what does a median price house look like? It depends on the neighborhood. Here are a few median house profiles from south Pinellas County.
 
   


photoGREATER PINELLAS POINT, $134,950
In greater Pinellas Point in St. Petersburg, the median was $134,950 last year. The closest sale to that was a three-bedroom, two-bath house that went for for $133,900 in February. The house has 1,633 square feet of space, including a formal dining room and split bedroom plan with the master bedroom at one end of the house and the other two bedrooms at the other end. It was built in 1971 on a lot that measures 72 feet by 105 feet. Outside features include a pool, two-car garage, and a porch/deck. What appeals to Jennifer O’Horan, who bought the house with her husband, Kevin, is the size. “It’s really nice, all of this space,” she said. They moved from a small duplex on Anna Maria Island. Both O’Horan and her husband work in Bradenton, so the southern location is a plus. This is their first house, and they have a 5-month-old son. She likes owning a place. “Just having something that is ours that we can do with what we want,” she said, adding that they have had a good bit of work to do, including putting some hardwood floors in the bedrooms.
To browse, click city names at bottom.

 
 
1. Bayway Isles 2. Central Oak Park 3. Disston Heights 4. Greater Pinellas Point
5. Indian Rocks Beach 6. Kenneth City 7. Madeira Beach 8. Old Northeast
9. Redington Beach 10. Redington Shores 11. St. Pete Beach 12. Seminole
13. Tierra Verde 14. Treasure Island 15. West Seminole  
Photos by Times staff photographer James Borchuck
Information on some houses provided by Greg Burton of Realty Executives.