Gulfport

Gulfport Single Family Market Update  November 2023


# of Homes

Median Price

Median Days on Market

Sale Price/List Price %

Active 

49

$565,000

46

Pending

21

Closed

14

$451,500

95%

New Listings

24

GulfportTim Wood is a Realtor in Gulfport and has sold several homes in this waterfront city in the last year.  Contact him here if you are considering buying or selling a home in Gulfport Florida.  Gulfport is a small waterfront community in Pinellas County known for its charm and bohemian vibe.  Despite its small size, there is plenty to see and do in Gulfport, from exploring the local art scene to enjoying the great outdoors. Here are some of the top things to do in Gulfport:

  1. Visit the Gulfport Art District.  Gulfport is known for its thriving art scene, and the Art District is the place to experience it all. There are several galleries and studios to explore, as well as monthly Friday Art Walks and the Fina Arts Festival in February
  2. Stroll along Beach Boulevard and Shore Boulevard.  Beach Boulevard is the heart of Gulfport’s downtown, with shops, restaurants, and cafes to explore. Shore Blvd runs along the waterfront.  On the north side of Shore Blvd are bars and restaurants, on the south side is the beach with volleyball courts, covered seating areas and a playground and even a skateboard park.  
  3. Check out the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market.  Every Tuesday, vendors set up shop in the Gulfport Historic Waterfront District to sell fresh produce, baked goods, and artisanal products. It’s a great way to experience the local flavor.
  4. Visit the Gulfport History Museum.  The museum showcases Gulfport’s rich history, from its early days as a fishing village to its development as a resort town.
  5. Take a sunset sail.  Several local companies offer sunset sails that take visitors out onto the water to watch the sunset over the Gulf of Mexico. Start at the Municipal Marina.
  6. Enjoy the local parks.  Gulfport has several beautiful parks to explore, including waterfront Clam Bayou Nature Preserve, which offers hiking trails and a boardwalk through the mangroves.
  7. Take a kayak tour.  Gulfport is surrounded by waterways, and a kayak tour is a great way to explore the area’s natural beauty.  Several local companies offer guided tours.
  8. Attend a street festival.  Gulfport is known for its many street festivals, including the annual Gecko Fest and the SpringFest Art and Craft Festival. These events feature live music, food vendors, and artisanal products.

Overall, Gulfport is a great destination for those looking for a laid-back and quirky experience. Whether you’re interested in the local art scene or want to explore the great outdoors, Gulfport has something for everyone.

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