Historic Old Northeast : A Quaint and Charming Area of St. Petersburg, Florida

If you're looking for a charming and historic neighborhood in St. Petersburg, look no further than the Historic Old Northeast. This area is full of beautiful brick streets and waterfront green spaces, including the Gizella Kopsick Palm Arboretum and expansive Vinoy Park. The Sunken Gardens are a must-see attraction in this neighborhood, as are the Great Explorations Children's Museum and 4th Street North's eclectic mix of cafes and restaurants. St. Pete beach is just a 20 minute drive, and downtown St. Pete is just minutes away.

The Historic Old Northeast district is a picturesque neighborhood abutting downtown that's composed of historic homes and fantastic architecture. The old brick paved streets lead to local shopping plazas where pizza shops, restaurants, and local coffee spots like Black Crow Coffee to call home. This area has many single family homes from the smaller side of 2 bedroom to expansive estates consisting of more than 5-6 bedrooms and large lots. Different architectural styles are found in this historic neighborhood along with some newer construction as well. 

The area is constantly abuzz with activity. From North Shore Park to the east, which offers a public swimming complex center and biking areas as well as a pretty area to walk your fur babies; Coffee Pot Bay famous for resident manatees (who can be seen near St Petersburg's extensive canal system). To south-east lies Gizella Kopsick Palm Arboretum - another addition that adds bucolic charm into this dynamic cityscape.Nearby you'll find The Palladium Theater where eclectic performances take place in an old church building converted into one awesome venue--the perfect spot if your looking for some new shows while staying close by during weekend travels or work commitments.

We welcome you to take a drive through this beautiful and sought after neighborhood whether you are looking to move to St. Petersburg or just visiting the area.  

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