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Old 08-08-2008, 07:54 PM
 
Location: East Tennessee
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We've been looking at houses that are generally less than 10 blocks west of I-275 and from roughly Hillsborough Ave north to the river. From the posts it sounds like that should be an OK area (hey, I've read there's a new Starbucks). Any thoughts?
There has been a Starbucks at Hillsborough and Central Ave for several years. Is this the one you're thinking about or is there a newer store?
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Old 08-14-2008, 06:19 PM
 
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I just posted a reply but I don't think it went through so I writing another reply. Sorry if you get two.

Parts of Seminole Heights is considered Historical District and are priced higher. Then there is the overlay where houses area cheaper. As long as you stay North of MLK and West of I 275 that should be fine. We just built a house there the area code is 33603. The neighbors we met there have been there for a few years and love it. It's pretty quiet. They haven't had any problems. If you google Seminole Heights history you'll find some interesting information about the area. They ususally send out monthly newletters to the people there and keep you up to date on whats happening. A few years ago when the market was hot, a lot of young people moved into the area because it was to expensive to live in South Tampa. It is centrally located and it's only about three minutes from Down Town Tampa and about 30 to St. Pete beach. The neigborhood has a lot of character and yes there is a new Starbucks right on the corner of Hillsborough and I 275. A real up and coming area once the market picks back up.
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Old 08-06-2009, 07:37 PM
 
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It is obvious that you no longer live here - things have changed.
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