Golfview Apartments for Rent
Brick streets, towering oaks, and immaculately manicured lawns are the perfect setting for the grand estates of Golfview. In parts of the neighborhood, landscaped divided boulevards lend an air of refinement. This is a solid, established area befitting one of the neighborhood’s most prestigious sites, Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club. Sidewalks serve some parts of the neighborhood. Even the less imposing homes are gracious in proportion and style.
Golfview is bound by West Morrison Avenue, South MacDill Avenue, West San Nicholas Street, and South Dale Mabry Highway in 33629.
The neighborhood is as convenient as it is desirable. Within its boundaries are several restaurants, a gourmet shop, a large grocery store, and a public library. One of Tampa’s finest malls is near—the International Plaza—with Dillard’s and Neiman Marcus along with quality restaurants. Tampa International Airport is also quite close to home.
Pro sports fans may appreciate the Raymond James Stadium’s convenience at less than five miles away. This is where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play, and the stadium was the site of SuperBowl XLIII. The New York Yankees have their spring training camp in Tampa at the George M. Steinbrenner Field.
Golfview is only four miles from the University of Tampa and the Henry B. Plant Museum, once a grand hotel. The Moorish architecture of the Old Tampa Bay Hotel is quite distinctive and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Of the many events scheduled at the museum, the cruises are a top attraction. Nearby Ybor City is also of historic significance and a National Historic District.
No more than five miles from Golfview is the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts. The Straz Center offers opera performances, plays, kids’ events, and Broadway plays. There is a cafe and restaurant on-site.