Whether you are looking for a waterfront home or condo, Mediterranean revival home from the 1920s, Florida ranch, Craftsman-style, or contemporary, in a gated community or on a tree-lined street, St. Petersburg has an option to fit every lifestyle.
- It is where you will find the largest collection of American bungalow architecture in Florida. Its brick streets are lined with classic craftsman-style homes with large front porches. Monthly porch parties are a staple as well as guided walking tours given by St. Petersburg Preservation.
The Old Northeast
- Established in 1911 as St. Petersburg’s first residential subdivision, it is perhaps the best known neighborhood with a mix of property styles – Prairie, bungalow, colonial and Mediterranean- revival mansions. It has brick-paved streets, mature trees and charm galore.
The Old Southeast
- Established in the 1950s, this trendy neighborhood is located south of downtown. It is famous for its quaint houses, Lassing Park and colored hexagon block sidewalks. The Bayboro House, a bed & breakfast on Beach Drive, SE, is a city designated historical landmark. Many artists call the Old Southeast home.