Terra Ceia Preserve
Terra Ceia Preserve is a new community of estate-sized parcels for 15 families on unique Terra Ceia Island. Located just south of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge; St. Petersburg is just 15 minutes away. Terra Ceia Island is one of the oldest communities in the Tampa Bay area and still quiet and unspoiled. It contains a mix of old and new houses on large acres with working farms. Terra Ceia Preserve residents share a private boat launch, private dock and rights to build two more.
Terra Ceia Preserve is a quiet residential project of 15 lots on 41 acres. Lots range from almost 1 acre to over 5 acres of private space and benefit from 12 acres of dry upland and wetland common areas. Features include underground utilities, unparalleled privacy, and unobstructed views of the quiet waters of Tillett Bayou which leads into Tampa Bay. Tillett Bayou’s water is so pure oysters are farmed there.
Residents may build any style of home they like. Choose from one of our many existing floor plans or let us help you build the custom home of your dreams.
Directions to Terra Ceia Preserve
From St. Petersburg: take I-275 south. After Skyway Bridge take US Hwy 19 South. Take first exit right onto Terra Ceia Rd. Go west 100 yds and turn left on Center Rd. Go 200 yds and turn right on Sunset Ln. Go 100 yds and turn right on Bayshore Dr. Go 100 yds. On the right is Terra Ceia Preserve. Use any driveway and park.
From Bradenton: take Hwy 19 North. After Palmetto take first exit left onto Bayshore Dr. Go west 1/2 mile and turn right on Center Rd. Go 100 yds and turn left on Sunset Ln. Go 100 yds and turn right on Bayshore Dr. Go 100 yds. On the right is Terra Ceia Preserve. Use any driveway and park.
941.748.8834 Ext. 4317
- 15 lots over 41 acres
- Lots have private acreage from 0.88 to 5.42 acres, and 12 acres of common open space
- Most lots have exclusive use of common wetlands/uplands
- One private common dock and boat landing in; two more docks approved
- Bay views
- Heritage oaks 100+ years old
- Raised shell driveways
- Stormwater systems with extra capacity for future building
- Underground water and electrical utilities
- Septic systems approved (but no engineered or built)
- Mature canopy tree planted on periphery
- Free artesian spring water delivered to each lot for irrigation