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Clearwater, FL 33764

the west central Gulf Beaches of Tampa Bays Real Estate communities. A charming town with
lovey oaks and beautifully planted medians, it is like a breath of fresh air in the midst of
Pinellas
County.

The raw essence of old Florida has been well preserved in Oldsmar. There is a small town
feel augmented by a feeling of space. The city is thoughtfully planned with the streets fanning
out from Shore Drive along Tampa Bay. Many houses both new and old, grand and modest,
sit on large treed lots. The main street in town is State Street, home to City Hall, the Library,
and the fire station. Park Boulevard stretches from City Hall on State Street to R. E. Olds Park
located on the edge of the sparkling waters of Old Tampa Bay and the view of the bay is
spectacular from Shore Drive. Much of the shore line is undeveloped parkland and is a gentle
reminder of the incredible natural beauty that remains in Florida.

Oldsmar has often been called “Top of the Bay”.
  • Aberdeen
  • Creekside
  • Cross Pointe
  • Cypress Lakes Preserve
  • Deerpath
  • Diamond Crest
Eco-explore the great trail systems in the City of Oldsmar, Florida! This is part of the Cypress
Forest Trail; which runs West to East from Pine Avenue all the way to Racetrack Road.
History: In 1913 automobile pioneer Ransom Eli Olds decided to
purchase 37,541 acres on the northern tip of Tampa Bay from
Richard Peters in what is the present day Oldsmar. At the age of 52,
the inventor of the Oldsmobile and REO cars embarked on a grand
undertaking, turning the untamed land in northern Tampa Bay into a
bustling community. He paid $400,000 for the land $200,000 in cash,
$75,000 in bonds and a $125,000 apartment house in Daytona
Beach. The town was originally named R. E. Olds-On-The-Bay. The name was later changed
to Oldsmar. In 1927 the name was changed again to Tampa Shores, and finally in 1937 it was
changed back to Oldsmar.
Search Homes For Sale in Oldsmar
  • East Lake Woodlands
  • East Lake Woodlands I
  • East Lake Woods
  • Enclave at East Lake Woodlands
  • Hunter's Trail
  • Isleworth
  • Kingsmill
  • Quail Forest
  • Turtle Creek
  • Warwick Hills
Neighborhood's within Oldsmar FL
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