Dunedin

Dunedin Single Family Market Update November 2023

# of Homes

Median Price

Median Days on Market

Sale Price/List Price %

Active 

72

$597,000

39

Pending

21

Closed

26

$552,000

97%

New Listings

49

Dunedin Marina

Dunedin, Florida, is located on the Gulf of Mexico in Pinellas County between Clearwater and Palm Harbor. It has a population of about 36,000 and covers about 23 square miles, 10 of which is land.

Full time residents, snowbirds and visitors are attracted to this coastal community. It’s no surprise as Dunedin has it all – beautiful beaches, great restaurants, lively nightlife, and unique local attractions. The city is even golf cart friendly and becoming more so!

Starfish in the shallows at Honeymoon Island, Dunedin Florida

The most sought after beach is Honeymoon Island, a state park island located about a mile offshore. It’s reached by road on the Dunedin Causeway which crosses St Joseph’s sound. There is a small charge to enter of $8 per vehicle. Once there, there are opportunities for bird and wildlife spotting – a lot of it is green space – and of course there is the beautiful white sandy beach. I’ve seen lots of dolphins close to the shore, especially at quieter times of the day. There is also a boat from Honeymoon Island to Caladesi Island. Caladesi Island is more untouched than Honeymoon – it’s only accessible by boat. It has has a walking path through the mangroves, pristine beaches and the remains of the Henry Scharrer homestead. Both these islands are great for kayaking, boating, walking and swimming.

Dunedin Causeway

The Dunedin Causeway is a destination itself. You can pull your vehicle right up to the edge of the sand and launch your kayak, fish, swim, sunbathe or just people watch. It’s a very active spot, especially at weekends. The east end of the causeway is home to shops and restaurants including a Frenchy’s and an English pub, The Cricketers.

Outside dining on Main Street in Dunedin

To the south, Dunedin Main Street is home to many restaurants and bars, with opportunities to eat everything from seafood to BBQ and visit a microbrewery, with many restaurants having seating on the wide sidewalks. Main Street runs into Edgewater Park on the water front and the Dunedin Marina and boat club. There are lots of charter boats based in the Marina and they provide everything from dolphin watching to sightseeing to deep water fishing.

Dunedin does cater to the higher end single family market, with the median price of homes listed right now at $490,000, with 20 homes asking over $1MM. There is a variety of housing available in Dunedin, waterfront and non waterfront, with many townhomes and condos to suit a range of budgets. The most expensive home for sale right now is $4.4MM. The most expensive home sold in the last 12 months is a 1720 Santa Barbara Dr, a 5000+sqft Gulf Front home that sold at $5.25MM

Tim Wood is a successful realtor who has recent sales in Dunedin. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Dunedin, contact Tim here.