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Old 10-03-2008, 08:37 AM
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Wow Thank you! I will research those areas tonight. I was sidetracked with debates last night so I didn't get anything done. Again THANK YOU!!!
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Old 10-03-2008, 12:51 PM
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I would also look in the Tyrone area-33710 (as another poster suggested) Nice neighborhoods over there are Sheryl Manor, Holiday Park, Brentwood. Try to stay West of 49th St. and between 54th Ave and 30th Ave for that area. Also in West St Pete, Bay Pines is a nice area, across from the VA Hospital on Bay Pines Blvd. This may be too far for you if you are working on 4th St. though, but nice family area. Also pretty much anywhere in Seminole is good for families and schools.
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Old 08-09-2009, 10:12 AM
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I live in the 33710 area. It's nice since the area is in the middle of like everything. I mean, you have Tyrone mall, Publix, and a lot of other stores and restaurants on one side. Then on the other side, you have Walmart, Petsmart, Target. I think it's nice because it's all so close and the bike trail goes through all of it. Also, there's quite a nice selection of schools to choose from and you even have St. Pete College. Walter Fuller (sorry if it's misspelled) Park is nice too, and it has a playground, a pool, a skatepark, soccer and baseball fields, a dog park, and a lake with a few little islands in the middle. As far as a home in a hot, humid city goes, I can't really complain and I like where I live. Besides the fact that now Progress Energy is charging it's Florida residents more to keep cool. But the economy sucks everywhere, I suppose.

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