Tierra Verde


CFP Home Investments offers Condo Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, New Home Construction in Tierra Verde Florida and all Surrounding Areas.

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in Tierra Verde
Phone : 727-755-0058

CFP Home Investments is a real estate investing company and we will help you think through and execute all your construction ideas, as an investment in Tierra Verde

CFP Home Investments is a real estate investing company and we will help you think through and CPF Home Investments is a real estate investing company turned construction management company located in beautiful St. Petersburg Florida. With over 100 years of combined team experience. Our team is a great partner to service your home construction needs. From the recent past years of design and construction success, we felt we need to start a construction management company to handle the needs our local fan base in Tierra Verde Our teams of licensed contractors coupled with our yours of experience in project management, we can handle all types of projects. We have pre-vetted our General Contractor teams and all subs are used to our systems which makes a happy safe work environment for our clients In Tierra Verde.

CFP Homes Offers Innovative New Home Design and Construction
in Tierra Verde Florida

We are a design and construction office admin/management company bridging between the gap pre-qualified poorly marketed building contractors and customers In Tierra Verde.Our teams of contractors rely on us to make sure the schedule and job flow goes smoothly since we deal directly with the customers and the BCS can focus on what they do best, working. We help you the customer think through all your thoughts and translate them into reality. With our strong focus on design and perfection, we are confident you will be ecstatic about your new space.

A Great place to Live and Play in Tierra Verde Florida with an Interesting History

Tierra Verde was once 15 islands covered with mangroves, pines and bush. These islands ranged in size from only a few acres to the largest, Cabbage Key, having over 289 acres. For centuries, Native Americans used the islands for ceremonial and burial grounds. A marker remains on the east side of Pinellas Bayway, just north of East Shore Drive, where Native American relics were found in a typical shell mound, excavated when the road was built to Fort De Soto Park. The islands were sacred ground to Native nations as far back as 500 years ago, archaeologists suggest, and deadly conflicts occurred when outsiders trespassed.

Then the Spanish explorers came. One explorer, Juan Ponce de León, came to the area in 1513, and again in 1521, when he received the wound that he later died from after returning to Cuba. Later, Hernando de Soto, Narvaez and Juan Ortiz explored, and then pirates and buccaneers sailed the area, including José Gaspar, Juan Gomez and Jean Lafitte. A treasure was reputed to have once been buried here.

In 1848 Robert E. Lee, then a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. army, recommended that Mullet Key be used for coastal defense in Florida. During the Spanish–American War of 1898, Fort De Soto was built on Mullet Key. Remains of the fort still stand, along with fortifications on Egmont Key. In 1948 the federal government sold Mullet Key to Pinellas County for park and recreation facilities, now Fort De Soto Park.

Early settlers to the area included Baltimore sea captain William Bunce and Silas Dent, who with his brother had a dairy farm. Dent lived on Cabbage Key until he died there in 1952. The Roberts family was among the early settlers of Pass-a-Grille and Tierra Verde. George “Florida” Roberts was a fishing guide for figures such as land developer Walter Fuller, Cecil B. Detre, and John Wanamaker. The thousands of tarpon caught by Roberts and his clients can be found as far away as Alexandria, Egypt, in the home of Sir Harry Rofe.

Although two homes were built on Monte Cristo in 1923, and one in 1946, things were quiet until the mid-1950s when a Dr. Bradley “Doc” Waldron went to Tallahassee and persuaded the State of Florida to sell him Pine Key, Cabbage Key, Pardee Key and the surrounding bay bottom. This was about the same time construction of the old Skyway Bridge began. Waldron formed a partnership with two builders from Detroit, Hyman and Irving Green, who became majority owners of a group of 36 corporations. They named their island investment “Green Land”.

Waldron-Green Associates applied for a dredge-and-fill permit in 1957. Their intent: to pump some 9,000,000 cubic yards of sand and shells from the bottom of the bay and thus enlarge and raise the ground level of the three keys Doc Waldron had purchased from the State and join them to create one large island intersected with canals between the sections.
Meanwhile, others sought county and state permission to dredge and pump the bay bottom and build up Bird Key, today’s Bayway Isles and Isla Del Sol. Miami developer Leonard Ratner purchased land which became the site of Eckerd College. Hamilton Disston, the largest landowner in the United States, began and lost his Disston City development, later renamed Gulfport.

Bathroom Remodeling and Modern New Kitchen Design Expertise
in Tierra Verde Florida

Our job is to constantly keep your job moving forward and organized. make sure subs are standing around and things aren’t falling through the cracks. We will be you and the contractor’s time managers in order for us all to be successful.

Please call or email CFP Home Today to set up a consultation
in Tierra Verde Florida
Phone : 727-755-0058