PALMA CEIA HOMES
Palma Ceia Homes sell from the mid 200Ks up to 900Ks.
PALMA CEIA OVERVIEW
Palma Ciea is a beautiful and thriving South Tampa Neighborhood. The area which is built just to East and South of the Palma Ceia Golf Course. The part just to the East of Macdill is often referred to as Palma Ceia Park and the part to the South of the golf course is call Palma Ceia. This Neighborhood is filled with brick paved streets and full of old Bungalows and Mediterranean style homes. Palma Ceia is centrally located, so people who dwell there are never far from anything. The commercial area along Bay to Bay, has recently become home to many cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops.
Palma Ceia is large and feeds into two elementry School districts, with half feeding into Mitchell, Wilson, Plant. While the other half feeds into Roosevelt, Coleman, Plant. (If you know an address and what to know which school look at this link: https://choice.sdhc.k12.fl.us/locator/)
In 1907, the Tampa Bay Land Co. started selling home site in Palma Ceia for as little as $100. The neighborhood was named after a popular swimming hole near Bayshore named Palma Ceia Springs. Only much later in 1916 did the Palma Ceia Golf and Country club open, after the Tampa Bay land Co. agreed to lease the 100 acres to a group of business men for $1.00 a year.
The area grew quickly and even as late as 1941, Dale Mabry was still a dirt road and all the homes were still on Septic tanks.
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