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Bungalows in St. Petersburg, FL
St. Petersburg has a rich bungalow history that actually precedes the great Florida real estate boom that began in the early 1920s. In fact, Charles Hall, an early developer of St. Petersburg, originally purchased the land that is now Historic Kenwood back in 1912 and began building and selling authentic Florida-style bungalows, a home style and also somewhat of a lifestyle that was quickly gaining popularity throughout the area around that time.
Today, Historic Kenwood is known to have one of the largest concentrations of Craftsman-style bungalows in the entire state of Florida. Back in the late 1990s, the city even organized the very first BungalowFest, an annual home tour that celebrates the style, raises awareness for preservation, and entices locals to visit the neighborhood and walk the nearby business district along Central Avenue.
As you might expect, Historic Kenwood isn’t the only St. Petersburg neighborhood where you’ll find a high-concentration of classic bungalow-style homes. Historic Old Northeast also boasts quite the mix of charming Craftsman-style bungalows, as well as a wide-variety of other homes with classic architectural styles, like Spanish, Mediterranean, and Colonial just to name a few. Historic Roser Park is another location we recommend considering if you’re a bungalow lover, and like Historic Old Northeast, it’s also a neighborhood that features numerous home styles in addition to vintage bungalows.
Why Buy a St. Petersburg Bungalow?
If you’re a fan of vintage architecture with a rich history, especially in the area in which you’re considering buying a home or perhaps already living, few options are as appealing as a classic Florida bungalow. Along with a design that seamlessly blends in with palm trees and lush tropical landscaping, bungalows also have a distinctive feature that is perfect for the year-round warm Florida climate—a roomy, open front porch that’s usually as welcoming as the home itself.
Always covered to provide extra cover from the hot sun, a bungalow’s front porch typically acts as an outdoor extension on a home’s living space. In St. Petersburg, porch parties are also relatively commonplace, especially in historic neighborhoods with brick tree-lined streets and an abundance of homes and bungalows with larger porches and ample outdoor space. And given most bungalows in St. Petersburg are also vintage homes situated in well-established neighborhoods, it’s nearly impossible for a newer home or neighborhood to duplicate that authentic charm, character, and ambiance these homes provide, allowing for a one-of-a-kind living experience today’s active home buyers shouldn’t pass up.
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