About Tierra Verde

Up until 1959 Tierra Verde wasn’t much more than a handful of undeveloped islands that were previously used by Indians and pirates.  Purchased in 1959 with aspirations for developing a resort community, progress was almost non-existent until the Pinellas Bayway was opened in 1962 and the islands and St. Pete Beach were connected at a southern point to the mainland.  Read More

Largest Residential Real Estate in Transaction in Tierra Verde, FL since 2011 completed for $4,200,000

The residence at 1873 Oceanview Dr in Tierra Verde, FL was completed today with the exchange of $4,200,000.  The sale today of 1873 Oceanview Drive, Tierra Verde, FL was the largest residential real estate transaction in Tierra Verde since December 2011.  Built in 2004, 1873 Oceanview Drive is a 6,391 square foot, distinctively South Hampton influenced Estate that exemplifies coastal Read More

Fort DeSoto

Historic Ft. De Soto Park Fort DeSoto Park is located off the Pinellas Bayway S (State Road 679) at the southmost end of Tierra Verde, FL.  Ft. DeSoto was created in 1963 and is named for the Spanish Explorer Hernando de Soto who explored and conquered the native populations in the area of western Florida, the coast of the Gulf Read More