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Dunedin, Where It Is

by Doug & Gwen Campbell at Sun Bay Associates

Today in Dunedin it is 56 degrees.  It is only 49 degrees in Boston, MA right now.  Thing is, this Saturday, it will be 74 degrees in Dunedin, and it still will be only 49 degrees in Boston.  This evening, Gwen and I will stroll along the Pinellas Bike Trail to downtown, stop in a local place and perhaps enjoy an adult beverage, or tonight maybe a hot cocoa.  Then we'll walk back home, or head west two blocks to watch the sunset.

The Dunedin lifestyle allows us this privilege, of being close to work, having the Florida lifestyle in our favorite little city, enjoying fresh seafood, al fresco dining (although we'll wait for the weekend when it is a  tad warmer), watching the sunsets over Honeymoon Island, and never having to open a car door.  We can go for a healthy walk on the Pinellas Bike Trail, stroll around downtown for ice cream, or cocoa, or Tapas at Casa Tina's, or fresh catch of the day at the Dunedin Marina restaurant, or savor a unique local brew at Dunedin Brewery, and then just walk home.

The Dunedin lifestyle is what we have been looking for for years.  Now we are living it.  Quaint cottages and Craftsman homes, tree lined streets, excellent restaurants, street festivals seemingly all year round, spectacular coast sights such as Honeymoon Island and Caladesi Island with the sun setting over both, and always meeting someone we know on our walks.  It is a wonderful place to live and be.

Dunedin Wines the Blues Festival

by Doug & Gwen Campbell at Sun Bay Associates

For those who are looking for a different and fun evening, try the Dunedin Wines the Blues festival.  It is free admission and is on Main Street in downtown Dunedin.  In years past, more than 30,000 people attend this event.  There is great music, great food, and great wine.  Not to mention that it is a whole lot of fun, especially with the wonderful fall weather we have here in Dunedin.  So come on down to Dunedin Saturday night for the very best in entertainment and fun.  Call us, email or text us for updates on the social events happening in Dunedin.  The Dunedin lifestyle is wonderful and relaxed offering something for everyone.  It is also a great place to live, and remember, we can help you sell or buy the perfect home in Dunedin.

Dunedin, FL - A great place to live

by Doug & Gwen Campbell at Sun Bay Associates

What makes Dunedin, FL such a great place to live, and own real estate?  It is the lifestyle that Dunedin offers.  There are very interesting brick lined streets, with mature trees, sidewalks and charming cottages with front porches meant to be used as you watch the calmness of the neighborhood.

This weekend in Dunedin, among many other events, there is the annual Fall Antiques Fair from 8:30 am to 5 pm on Main Street in downtown Dunedin.  Come take a look and see what the local antiques dealers have to offer, there are treasures to be found.

At the same time the Dunedin Fall Antiques Fair is happening, there will be a classic car show on Broadway and Alt. 19 for people to get an up close and personal peek at some very cool antique cars, and some cars that may be antiques in name, that are much "newer" than the people looking at them.

This weekend is also the annual Our Lady of Lourdes Fall Festival.  There is a midway with lots of rides and games, face-painting for the kids, silent auctions, a huge flea market with plenty of hidden treasures, some of the best barbeque anywhere around, and just an all around good time for the entire family.  There will be thousands of people all having fun.  It starts tonight, Thursday, so stop by for food, fun and maybe find a good deal at the flea market.

Admission for all of this is free.  So come to Dunedin, FL this weekend to see a few reasons why the Dunedin lifestyle is so attractive  to so many people.  And while you're here, stop in at any of the many micro-breweries for some really good beverages.

Oak Tree Plaza in Dunedin, a New Park

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The Tampa Bay Times reported that a new park in Dunedin will be officially opened on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 11 AM.

The public is invited to the Thursday grand opening of Oak Tree Plaza, a new park at the intersection of Main Street and the Pinellas Trail in downtown Dunedin. Once a driveway, the plaza now features a linear brick-paved walkway highlighting access to storefronts, benches and landscaping intended to preserve a vintage oak tree that serves as the plaza's focal point. Thursday's 11 a.m. ceremony will include speeches by city and community leaders, as well as the dedication of a commemorative plaque at the base of the 150-year-old tree.

Dunedin has numerous parks that take advantage of the Pinellas bike trail, or the beautiful waterfront along the Gulf of Mexico, or a combination.  Living in Dunedin can be a unique lifestyle, with historic homes, the proximity to beaches, fishing and all sorts of water related recreation, and the vibrant downtown of Dunedin on Main Street.

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Gwen and Doug Campbell - The Campbell Team
at Keller Williams Realty
30522 US Hwy 19N, Suite 107 S
Palm Harbor FL 34684
Doug's Cell 727-741-4189
Gwen's Cell 727-741-7260
Fax: 888-447-7908