St. Petersburg has a number of charming historic districts that are perfect for buyers who love a little charm and character in a new home. And if you're an active or soon-to-be home buyer who happens to fall into that category, here's a closer look at where to start your search...
Historic Old Northeast
Bordering downtown, Historic Old Northeast is home to thousands of historic buildings and landmarks. Among them you’ll find a number of historic bungalows and mid-century homes in the neighborhood, including some dating back to the 1920s and 1930s.
Historic Old Southeast
Another area to search is the Historic Old Southeast neighborhood of St Petersburg. Mostly developed in the 1950s, you’ll also find some older homes here filled with charming features and finishes.
Keep an eye out for mid-century designs in Historic Kenwood. The St Pete neighborhood enjoys a large collection of 1940s and 1950s-era homes, as well as some home designs dating back to the 1920s.
Historic Roser Park
As St Pete’s first designated historic district, Historic Roser Park is home to a park of the same name and a mix of home styles. You’ll find bungalows, colonials, Mediterranean and Spanish-style homes in the neighborhood.Posted by Mike & Michelle Grizzell on