Juniper Bay

Neighborhood Information – Juniper Bay

Juniper Bay in Lansbrook

Juniper Bay, one of Lansbrook’s finest subdivisions, is located in the East Lake area of North Pinellas. The exclusive neighborhood is situated deep within Lansbrook in a quiet area that backs to wooded conservation. Beyond the thick woodlands is Pinellas County’s largest lake, Lake Tarpon.

The homes of Juniper Bay were crafted in the 1990s and early 2000s by upscale builders, including Mark Rutenburg and Nohl Crest. Homes range in size from 2,700 to over 4,000 sq. ft with four, five or more bedrooms. Lots are oversized with plenty of privacy, backing to scenic ponds and wooded conservation.

There are so many architectural extras in these homes, like custom workspaces, built-in entertainment centers/cabinetry, elegant archways, pillars, large windows of varied shapes and sizes, and the list goes on and on. Other upgrades include crown molding, tray ceilings, plantation shutters and fine hardwood and tile flooring.

These model-perfect homes have two or three-car garages with extra driveway space. Some have paved entryways, custom outdoor lighting and professional landscapes. Screened lanais and outdoor kitchens surround resort-style swimming pools in the private backyards.

Juniper Bay of Lansbrook is located on the border of Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs. Well-known Lansbrook has much to offer, including two miles of shoreline along Lake Tarpon, a private waterfront park, playground, recreation complex and Lansbrook Golf Club. It is near the Pinellas Trail, the county’s finest schools and parks, and it’s just a few minutes from the white sands of Clearwater Beach, Honeymoon and Caladesi Islands. Nestled away from the hustle and bustle, Lansbrook is quiet, yet less than a 30-minute drive from Tampa and Clearwater/St. Petersburg airports.

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