Lee Musselman is a Broker for fine homes, condos, commercial property & luxury estates in Pinellas County, Florida. Lee has been in real estate for over 12 years. She most recently worked and lived in the popular, fast growing town of Dade City, Florida. Many of her clients were located in the beautiful, golf community of Lake Jovita.
Recently, Lee decided to relocate to the St. Petersburg area. Locations including St Pete Beach, Tierra Verde and BayWay areas offer so many diverse places to live.
Lee can provide excellent customer service and expert negotiating skills in the challenging process of looking at homes, assist you in finding a good lender and helping you through inspections and process of closing.
"Lee, did everything possible to bring about the sale of our home. She is very diligent and hard working. She brought people to the table and the transaction went without a hitch. Her advertising is very professional. Our home was listed on the cover of several real estate advertisements. Her online coverage or our home was also professional and helpful." ~ Robert Smith
St. Petersburg is home to more than 100 neighborhoods, with most of the historic districts located near the bay. In the eastern center of the city is Downtown St. Petersburg, which includes the cities residential and commercial skyscrapers, art galleries, museums, and parks.
The Tierra Verde Community, a vast residential community with high-end single family homes and luxury condominiums. It also serves as the gateway to the award-winning beach, Fort DeSoto.
Fort DeSoto is located just south of Tierra Verde, and was rated America’s Top Beach in both 2008 and 2009 by TripAdvisor. In 2005, Fort Desoto was also recognized by Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, also known as “Dr. Beach,” for being the nation’s number-one beach.
In the last fifty years, St. Pete Beach, Florida has developed its own identity and become a vastly popular vacation destination, but years ago, that wasn’t the case. In fact, at one time, the islands that made up Tampa Bay’s Beaches were known as four different keys rather than a cluster of beaches: Long Key, Treasure Island, Sand Key and Clearwater Beach Key.
Voted #1 Beach In The Country By TripAdvisor in 2012