Whether it’s the charm, the character, or the affordability, bungalows are some of the most sought-after properties on the St. Petersburg real estate market. But despite always being in high-demand, options and opportunities to buy a St. Petersburg bungalow are usually quite plentiful, and that’s especially the case if you start your search in these desirable neighborhoods.
St. Petersburg’s Historic Kenwood neighborhood is usually where you’ll find the most choices when it comes to a classic Craftsman-style bungalow. This particular part of the city offers a super close proximity to all the trendy coffee shops, cafes, bars, and boutiques along Central Avenue, and it’s also considered to be one of the more bike-friendly parts of St. Pete as well.
Historic Roser Park
One of the more underrated parts of St. Petersburg, Historic Roser Park might also be the most scenic—or at least in terms of neighborhoods that aren’t near the waterfront. The streets are hilly and tree-lined, and the bungalows here are also pretty reasonable as far as pricing goes too.
Historic Old Northeast
If you have a little bit of a higher budget and prefer to be close to the waterfront, Historic Old Northeast is the neighborhood for you. Admittedly, it’s one of our favorite neighborhoods in all of St. Petersburg and its ultra-close proximity to downtown provides the perfect location to call home.
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