Amenities and Character The Allendale Terrace neighborhood of St. Petersburg is noted for being on high ground, stately old oak trees, large estate homes built in the 1920’s and 1930’s, brick streets, and Allendale Park. The neighborhood is mostly residential with one commercial operation and two churches. Seventy-four homes were built prior to World War II.…
Historic St. Petersburg Neighborhoods
Crescent Heights is conveniently located just north of Crescent Lake Park, near I-275 and downtown St. Petersburg with its museums, waterfront parks, entertainment and businesses. Many original brick paved streets remain with towering Live Oak trees providing canopied covered shady streets.
Situated surrounding the beautiful Crescent Lake park with its dog park, tennis courts, jungle gyms, baseball field and lengthy walking path, the Crescent Lake neighborhood boasts well-kept tree-lined streets and breathtaking views of the lake.
This historic St. Petersburg neighborhood sits adjacent to I-275 with a variety of home styles on quiet, tree-lined streets. The Euclid St. Paul’s neighborhood has seen a recent rejuvenation with younger families restoring some of the large, older homes and really inspiring a sense of community.
Cottage Living Magazine recently listed Historic Kenwood as one of the TOP 10 cottage communities in the country! This neighborhood is known for its ‘front-porch’ feeling, with friendly sidewalks, mature trees, and locally owned restaurants and shops.
A meandering creek, brick and hex block streets, and stately palms add to the majestic feel of this historic St. Petersburg neighborhood. Historic Roser Park features diverse architecture set among old oaks on winding streets.
Historic Uptown actually consists of three districts: Round Lake, Crescent Lake South, and Bon-Air. Together, these distinct districts make up a diverse and attractive neighborhood convenient to I275 and downtown St. Pete.
One of the most coveted neighborhoods of historic St. Petersburg, the Old Northeast has charm like no other. Brick streets, mature trees, and shores that line Tampa Bay add to the majesty of the large, historic homes of the neighborhood.
A rich ethnic and cultural diversity set the Old Southeast apart from many neighborhoods in St. Pete. Bordered by the gorgeous waterfront Lassing Park, the Old Southeast is famous for its colored hexagon-block sidewalks. The blocks are arranged in patterns and run throughout the neighborhood.
Character & Amenities Pass-A-Grille is one of St. Petersburg’s most loved old Florida beach towns. The beach spans four miles on the island south of the historic Loews Don CeSar hotel. It is only one block wide, with the Gulf of Mexico to the west and Boca Ciega Bay to the east. By foot, boat,…
Located in Northeast St. Petersburg, Riviera Bay is comprised of traditional older Florida ranch homes and an increasing number of new and much larger, luxury waterfront homes.
Amenities & Character Share Acres is on of northeast St. Petersburg’s best neighborhoods for waterfront living. The area is mostly made of medium sized single family homes and is perfect for evening strolls an watching the sunrise over the Tampa Bay. Boating is made easy here with many canals that connect to the bay and surrounding…
Snell Isle offers hints of Europe mixed with Florida waterfront elegance. This premier subdivision offers a multitude of luxury homes in addition to numerous boat docks and waterfront views.
St. Pete’s unique location on the tip of the peninsula between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico provides miles and miles of waterfront property. Neighborhoods like the Driftwood, Tanglewood, Edgewater, Brightwater, Coquina Key, Coffee Pot Bayou, Snell Isle, Shore Acres, and Venetian Isles offer many gorgeous waterfront homes for sale, with close proximity to downtown and I275.
Venetian Isles is an upscale waterfront community in St. Petersburg consisting of 525 homes. With deep water canals, the area is great for power or sail boats of any size. Venetian Isles is a group of manmade islands located in Tampa Bay and reached by bridges.
Woodlawn features stately homes built in the early to mid century and a community feel that has been likened to New England small towns – where neighbors are friendly and the sense of community is great.