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For sale in Tampa Bay-- great access to local hospitals

Discussion in 'Housing (Temporary and Long-term)' started by southerngirldo, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. southerngirldo

    southerngirldo

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    Aug 30, 2006
    Hi everybody,

    I'm a 4th year med student having to relocate out of the Tampa Bay area to start my residency in Memphis. My husband and I have to sell our townhouse just as we got it to where we want it. +pity+ It's located in St. Petersburg, FL and is very close to all the major hospitals in the area: Tampa General Hospital, St. Joseph's, St. Anthony's, Morton Plant, Northside, Sun Coast, and even the 2 VA's in the area, Bay Pines and James Haley VA's. It's a 3 BR, 2 1/2 bath townhouse with a 1 car garage. It has granite and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, granite in both of the full baths upstairs, a screened-in porch, updated lighting and fixtures, and sits on a lake. My husband goes fishing in the lake a couple times a week, and believe me he's not too happy about giving up his backyard fishing. :( We are selling it for a really good price as we need to leave soon to start my residency this summer. If you're interested, check out the property listing:

    http://www.realtor.com/Prop/1079105652

    It's in a quiet community filled with young professionals, and it's just minutes away from the beach. :)

    Let me know if you're interested.:D
     
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