Old Northeast St. Petersburg, adjacent to downtown, is one of the most sought-after historic neighborhoods in St. Petersburg. Visitors reflect on 82 years of local history as they travel along the nostalgic brick streets, avenues and alleys, and delight in the time honored majestic homes, each with its own unique style and character. The lavish landscape of established oaks, pines, palms, and blooming Southern magnolias and jacarandas lining the sidewalks enhance the historic setting. The majority of the Old Northeast St. Petersburg neighborhood homes were built the thirty years between 1920 and 1950. Excellence in structure and design are the common architectural theme throughout this valued community.
On the eastern boundary of the Old Northeast neighborhood, North Shore Park provides residents wide-open spaces to frolic, long walkways for leisurely strolls, bicycle trails, a large pool, tennis courts, a baseball field, a children's playground and a white sandy beach on the cool Tampa Bay waters. The historic Old Northeast neighborhood hosts approximately 9,000 residents in over 5,000 houses, apartments, and condominiums.
Old Northeast St. Petersburg is situated along Tampa Bay and the charming Coffee Pot bayou. Many homes and locations have earned the Historic Landmark designation. These include the Vinoy Park Hotel, Robert West House (Pineapple House), and Boyce Guest House, Thomas Whitted House, Monticello Apartments, Turner’s Sunken Gardens, and the Jones-Laughner, Ridgely and Pace residences.
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