Dear Future Neighbor..... We're excited that you are considering Traditions as a possible future residence. It's simply the best place anywhere in Pinellas County to live. Of course that's a somewhat subjective opinion from all of us. We'll let you make up your own mind about that. As part of your home search, we would encourage you to go to the section of our website titled 'Governing Documents' and check out the rules and regulations we've all agreed to live by. These are largely responsible for the unique appeal of our community. It's just unfortunate that sometimes, even though the sign out front says 'Deed- Restricted Community', people don't take the time to read the deed restrictions before they make their decision. We don't think you'll find anything unreasonable in our restrictions and can't imagine what our neighborhood would be like without them. But we also don't want you to be surprised after you move in. If you have any questions at all about our community or it's restrictions, please click on the 'Contact Us' link and let us know how we can help. We hope your search for a new residence is a pleasant one and that you give serious consideration to 'Traditions'.
Come see this beautiful home in one of the most attractive neighborhoods in Tampa Bay. Welcome to the gated enclave of Traditions, where just 42 fine homes were built to satisfy the demand for a better way of living for families needing better schools close to some of Florida's best beaches and amenities. And this beautiful Traditions home has it all: more than 3,500 sq. ft. encompassing 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, den/office, 3-car garage, family room with soaring ceiling and gas fireplace, oversized 2nd-floor rec room and a beautiful backyard in-ground pool. The master bedroom and bathroom are conveniently located on the first floor. And framing this beautiful picture is the most attractive location in Traditions. The site is so beautiful, in fact, that the current owners -- who built this custom home in 2002 -- paid a $20,000 premium to secure this lot. The home stands next to Traditions' pond, itself surrounded in a park-like setting maintained by the neighborhood's mandatory homeowners' association. Up the block, there's a beautiful playground and park area. Once outside the neighborhood, families can ride their bikes east to nearby elementary, middle- and high-schools. Biking, walking or driving west, over the nearby Park Boulevard Bridge, takes families to Florida's famous Gulf of Mexico beaches. That's also the location of one of the county's best boat ramps for access to deep-water Gulf fishing. It's gracious Florida living at its finest.