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Palm Harbor is just north of Dunedin. It has an interesting history. Both Ozona and Palm Harbor were settled by JC Craver. He came here in the winter of 1877 on the advice of his Doctor. Ozona means pure air. Palm Harbor was originally called Sutherland. In 1988 the post office and the railroad came through and the name was switched from Sutherland to Palm Harbor. That happened in 1925.

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Sutherland had two beautiful hotels. The largest one became southern college in 1902. It was on the bluff overlooking Sutherland Bayou and the Gulf of Mexico. Sutherland was named after a Duke of Sutherland who came to the area after landing in Tarpon Springs in 1887. See Palm Harbor Listings

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Palm Harbor had a population of about 60,000. It still has a relaxed and serene atmosphere much like that of a small town. Many tourists are attracted by its warm vibes and it has become one of the most affluent communities in the Tampa bay area. It is blessed with almost perfect weather. Winters are moderate and hurricanes are a rare occurrence in this area. Search Palm Harbor Realestate

This is a great town for bring up families. Everything is close by and ready for you to enjoy. This is a great place for you to look at. I thing you would like living here. Available Palm Harbor Properties

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