Property Features

If you have ever dreamed of living directly on the crystal blue waters of Florida’s Gulf Coast, but didn’t think you could afford it, then stop what you are doing and contact us RIGHT NOW. On Saturday, May 18th, an amazing waterfront property will be presented to the public at liquidation pricing. Direct ocean access, dockable waterfronts with seawalls in place, and multiple constructed beach cottages will be sold for pennies on the dollars directly from the owner. This is not a sales gimmick, timeshare, land lease, or highly competitive auction. This is a true liquidation of trophy type waterfront property that is a mere 5 minute boat ride to the Gulf of Mexico. Many Americans consider Florida to be the best state in the country with its friendly people, beautiful beaches, great climate, overall reasonable cost of living with no state income tax. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity and take advantage of one of the best waterfront real estate opportunities that Florida has seen in some time. If you have an interest, please submit an online inquiry or for immediate assistance, call our toll-free number 8am to 8pm 7 days per week 844-309-6637

Other features include:

  • Coastal dockable waterfront land with seawalls in place
  • World-class boating and fishing right from your backyard
  • A 5 minute boat ride to the Gulf of Mexico
  • Onsite private boat ramp
  • Amazing water views with gorgeous sunsets
  • Completed infrastructure – paved roads with underground power, water, sewer, cable and internet
  • An amazing location convenient to Tampa, Clearwater and New Port Richey
  • Guaranteed financing available
  • Zero out of pocket purchase options available

New Port Richey

New Port Richey is a historic rivertown community in north Tampa Bay with award-winning restaurants, shops, bars, and breweries. Our rich history is preserved by the Hacienda Hotel (reopening in 2022), Richey Suncoast Theatre, and the New Port Richey Museum. Natural amenities like Sims Park, the Cotee River, and James E. Grey Preserve are waiting to be explored. Located along the Gulf of Mexico about 35 miles northwest of Tampa, New Port Richey’s riverfront landscape blends nature, beaches and terrific shopping with restaurants, culture, and business – all with a small-town feel. Rich in history, the 11-day Chasco Fiesta, held along New Port Richey’s riverbanks, celebrates Native American heritage with a pow-wow, floats, a boat parade and more. In addition, New Port Richey is considered part of the Tampa Bay area, a popular tourist destination with major attractions, recreation, sports, and culture.

New Port Richey’s Key West-style homes and wooden churches continue to transport you back in time. The terracotta tile and elegant archways of the Hacienda Hotel recall an era when movie stars like Shirley Temple and Gloria Swanson owned winter homes in New Port Richey. Charlie Chaplin, luminaries like Babe Ruth, Irving Berlin, and many others also stayed at the Hacienda and other locales throughout the area.

After the sun goes down, explore New Port Richey’s eclectic nightlife options. Enjoy contemporary dining, a rooftop bar and live music at The Social NPR or kick it Floridian-style at Gill Dawg Tiki Bar & Grill in Port Richey just next door with fresh seafood and signature cocktails. The lively, casual riverside hangout offers scenic views and big-screen TVs tuned to the latest game or race. Day or night, food establishments at all price points keep you fed in style with cuisine inspired by locals and transplants from around the world. Savor a contemporary farm-to-table experience at Craft Street Kitchen, which sources sustainable ingredients in their inventive fare. Try Buffalo Cauliflower, the Smoked Old Fashion or Mr. Rib Sandwich. At Whiskey Joe’s Bar & Grill, you can enjoy more of that waterfront ambiance that Florida is famous for.


This waterfront city just across from one of America’s best beaches has a walkable downtown, waterfront parks, great places to dine out, and a state-of-the-art aquarium that’s home to two of the world’s most famous dolphins. You’ll also find the Spring Training home of the Philadelphia Phillies as well as phenomenal entertainment venues – all within a short distance of that amazing beach. USA Today has named Clearwater Beach the #1 Beach in the South! You’ll find parking, restaurants, hotels and much more nearby. Our fiery sunsets are the crowning glory to every perfect beach day. A great place to stroll, cast a line, or just watch pelicans diving into the surf, Pier 60 also hosts Sunsets at Pier 60, when artists, musicians, local crafters, and other vendors gather to see the sun off after yet another beautiful day. Tour the recently expanded world-class facility that houses and cares for rescued marine animals. The world-renowned working marine animal hospital has just undergone an $80 million expansion. Nine viewing windows offer sweeping underwater views of rescued dolphins, sea turtles and more. Whether you’re traveling with kids or not, Clearwater Marine Aquarium will be a memorable highlight of your Clearwater itinerary. The expansive facility houses and cares for rescued dolphins, sea turtles, otters, sharks, stingrays, and other marine creatures. The aquarium is most famous for Winter the dolphin. Rescued as a calf in 2005, Winter was one of the first dolphins to have been fitted with a prosthetic tail after losing it due to entanglement in a crab trap. CMA also assists in animal strandings and other emergencies regarding sea life. Animals that have stranded are rehabilitated, and if possible, released back into the wild once they have made a full recovery. It has been featured as the main setting of the American family movie series Dolphin Tale.


Orlando is one of the most-visited cities in the world primarily due to tourism and convention traffic. It is the 4th-most visited city in the U.S. after NYC, Miami, and LA.. Nicknamed the ‘Theme Park Capital of the World’, the Orlando area is home to Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando, Legoland, and Fun Spot America Theme Parks. A record 75 million visitors came to Orlando in 2018, making it the top tourist destination in the United States. The area features 7 of the 10 most visited theme parks in America (5 of the top 10 in the world). The Walt Disney World resort is the area’s largest attraction with its many facets such as the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, and Disney Springs. Universal Orlando, like Walt Disney World, is a multi-faceted resort comprising Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, Volcano Bay, and Universal CityWalk. SeaWorld Orlando is a large park that features numerous zoological displays and marine animals alongside an amusement park with roller coasters like Mako, Manta, and Kraken. The convention industry is also critical to the region’s economy. The Orange County Convention Center, expanded in 2004 to over 2 million sf of exhibition space, is now the second-largest convention complex in terms of space in the United States. The city vies with Chicago and Las Vegas for hosting the most convention attendees in the United States.

Tarpon Springs

In the 1880s, John K. Cheyney founded the first local sponge business. The industry continued to grow in the 1890s. Many people from Key West and the Bahamas settled in Tarpon Springs to hook sponges and then process them. A few Greek immigrants also arrived in this city during the 1890s to work in the sponge industry.

Tarpon Springs is known for elaborate religious ceremonies hosted by the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral, including the January 6 Epiphany celebration that includes youths diving for a cross and the blessing of the waters and the boats. The celebration attracts Greek Americans from across the country, and the city’s population is known to triple in size for that day. The Metropolitan of Atlanta usually presides over the blessings concluding with the ceremonial throwing of a wooden cross into the city’s Spring Bayou, and boys ages 16 to 18 dive in to retrieve it: whoever recovers the cross is said to be blessed for a full year.


The shores of Tampa Bay have been inhabited for thousands of years, but a new railroad link enabled another important industry to come to Tampa. In 1885, the Tampa Board of Trade enticed Vicente Martinez Ybor to move his cigar manufacturing operations to Tampa from Key West. Proximity to Cuba made importation of “clear Havana tobacco” easy by sea, and Plant’s railroad made shipment of finished cigars to the rest of the US market easy by land. Since Tampa was still a small town at the time, Ybor built hundreds of small houses around his factory to accommodate the immediate influx of workers. The factories made an enormous number of cigars—in the peak year of 1929, over 500 million cigars were hand rolled in the city.

Tampa has a diverse culinary scene with a history of Cuban, Spanish, Floribbean, and Italian cuisines. There are also many Colombian, Puerto Rican, Vietnamese, and BBQ restaurants. Seafood and Greek cuisine is prominent in the area, including around Tarpon Springs. Tampa is the birthplace of the Florida version of the deviled crab and the Cuban sandwich, which has been officially designated as the “signature sandwich of the city of Tampa” by the city council.

The city of Tampa operates over 200 parks and beaches and is home to a number of attractions and theme parks, including Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, Zoo Tampa, and the Florida Aquarium. Big Cat Rescue is one of the largest accredited sanctuaries in the world dedicated entirely to abused and abandoned big cats. It is home to about 80 lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars and other species, most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts.They have a variety of different tours available. The Florida Aquarium is a 250,000 sf. facilityhosting over 20,000 species of aquatic plants and animals. It is known for its unique glass architecture.

Perhaps the most well known and anticipated events are those from Tampa’s annual celebration of “Gasparilla”, particularly the Gasparilla Pirate Festival, a mock pirate invasion held since 1904 in late January or early February. Tampa is currently represented by teams in three major professional sports leagues NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers and NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning call Tampa home, while the Tampa Bay Rays of the MLB play across the bay in St. Petersburg.