Bayou West

Bayou West is a community of 36 homes, ranging from 2,100 sq ft up to 3,600 sq ft. It is located on the East side of Belcher road, between Park Blvd. and Brian Dairy Road. This is a very densely populated area, vibrant, busy, with lots of things to do and easy access to I275 and the Beaches.  Most of the homes in Bayou West are two-story and around or over 3,000 sq ft, and have impressive two-story foyers. All of the homes have tile roofs and the floorplans are open and bright on all the models that were built, the residents of Bayou West will tell you that they love their homes!

Rottlund Home Builders developed the community, and construction on almost every one of the 36 houses in Bayou West was completed in 2000. For Pinellas County standards, Bayou West is a ‘almost brand new’ community, there aren’t many new homes being build in our area.

One of the things I love most about Bayou West is that it is a cul-de-sac, a single road in, it bends around like a horseshoe, and that’s it. There is no through-traffic, just an occasional spectator coming to check out this neat little pocket of great homes just off of a major traffic artery. With its sidewalks on both sides of the street, children and adults go for a walk “around the circle”, although it really is no circle at all!

Bayou West is as of January 2012 zoned for Cross Bayou Elementary School, Pinellas Park Middle School and Dixie Hollins High School. Besides the “zoned” schools, the Pinellas County school system offers many fundamental and magnet programs.

If you are already familiar with Bayou West, or if I have sparked your interest, please feel free to contact me at 727-480-4155 or via ReachTanja@gmail.com. A blog with a complete set of floorplans built at Bayou West is coming soon!

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  1. February 13, 2012 at 4:46 am

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