Apollo Beach

View from the observation tower at Apollo Beach Nature Preserve

Apollo Beach Single Family Market Update November 2023

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Tim Wood is a Broker Associate and Realtor serving buyers and sellers in Apollo Beach, Gibsonton and Palmetto. If you are considering buying or selling a home then contact Tim here

Apollo Beach is situated on the eastern shore of Tampa Bay, Florida. It is home to about 25,000 people and covers an area of 6 square miles. Apollo Beach is just a 30 minute drive into downtown Tampa and people have moved here in recent years to take advantage of the great quality of life and more reasonable cost of housing. As the city has grown, so have the attractions with many restaurants and waterfront cafes and activities such as boating, fishing and kayaking.

The club house at Mirabay in Apollo Beach

There are many luxury homes in Apollo Beach that take advantage of the miles of waterfront in the city. Cobia Cay, Symphony Isles and Andalucia are notable neighborhoods where many high end and waterfront homes can be found. Mirabay is a new development with many waterfront homes as well. The Mirabay Club has amenities from a zero entry pool with water slides to fabulous casual dining in the cafe, just another reason to live here besides the beautiful homes and meticulous

The pool at Mangrove Manor in Apollo Beach, a D R Horton community

landscaping throughout the community. Further out from the city center are several developments by builders such as KB Homes, D R Horton and David Weekly. The most expensive home sold in the last 6 months was a waterside estate of over 4000 square feet looking over the Tampa Bay, which sold for $3,400,000. The median list price for homes for sale is about $550,000.

Things to do in Apollo Beach

Pine Key is an island just offshore from Apollo Beach Pine, also know as Beer Can Island. It’s a private island that can be rented for functions and weddings, and is also open to beachgoers for a membership fee of $10 per month. Yes, you can really go swim and hang out at the tiki bar on a private island in the Tampa Bay! Check it out here.

The Apollo Beach Nature Preserve is a great place to observe coastal nature including manatees and many species of birds. There is a a 2 acre sandy beach and an observation tower that provides stunning views of the Florida sunset.

You can’t go to Apollo Beach without seeing seeing the Big Bend Power Station on the skyline. Tampa Electric who run the power station have setup a Tidal Walk, a boardwalk stretching out across the mangroves and into the Tampa Bay. This is a great place to view manatees, especially in winter when they congregate here in the warmer water. Check out the Manatee Viewing Center for opening hours.

The Beach at Apollo Beach Nature Preserve