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About The Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood
In many ways, Historic Old Northeast acts as a residential extension of Downtown St. Petersburg, connecting bustling city streets with a dense mixture of charming Mediterranean and bungalow style homes that prospective buyers can’t help but fall in love with. But aside from its near-perfect location and delightful collection of old Florida home styles, however, many locals admit that it’s the neighborhood’s position along Tampa Bay and the Coffeepot Bayou that truly sets it apart from other communities in town, allowing for unparalleled access to outdoor recreation and also the opportunity to frequently visit the resident manatees in Coffeepot Bay,
It’s said that Historic Old Northeast contains roughly 3,000 historic buildings within its boundaries, which combined with its primitive brick roadways and lush green setting, makes for an immensely desirable place to call home. Something else you’ll likely notice about homes in Historic Old Northeast is that each tends to be richly landscaped jacarandas, palm trees, magnolias, and countless other species of tropical flowering plants, elevating the area’s curb appeal to extraordinary levels.
Historic Old Northeast Amenities & Attractions
The close proximity to Downtown St. Petersburg allows for easy access to just about anything the city has to offer. A number of the city’s best restaurants along Beach Drive are just a few short minutes away, and if you live on the neighborhood’s southeast side, chances are you’ll be able to walk to any of these fine establishments, including two of our favorites in Birch & Vine and Stillwaters Tavern. Other noteworthy spots in Historic Old Northeast include Paul’s Landing, a marina-front restaurant featuring an assortment of locally sourced seafood; and the world famous Sunken Gardens of St. Petersburg, a well-established, 100+ year old botanical gardens with some of the oldest tropical plants in the region.
North Shore Park, Vinoy Park, and Flora Wylie Park, which are all connected along Downtown St. Petersburg’s scenic waterfront, also call the Historic Northeast neighborhood home, providing residents and homes owners with amazing outdoor recreational amenities. The North Shore Aquatic Complex includes a public splash park and outdoor pools, Vinoy Park is famous for its beach volleyball courts, and Flora Wylie Park is truly one of the city’s best outdoor green spaces to simply lay down a blanket and enjoy a picnic, book, or some quite time to just relax and take in the awesome surrounding scenery.
The following schools are located in the Historic Old Northeast neighborhood:
- St. Petersburg Primary School (SPPS) - 700 N Shore Dr NE # 108, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
- First Presbyterian Day School - 701 Beach Dr NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
- Westminster Day School - 126 11th Ave NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701