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Historic St. Petersburg Neighborhoods
Today St. Petersburg is a network of historic and architecturally significant neighborhoods, each with its own unique personality and almost all with a link to the parks that make this a real city-by-the-bay.
Historic Uptown actually consists of three districts: Round Lake, Crescent Lake South, and Bon-Air. Together, these distinct districts make up a diverse and attractive neighborhood convenient to I275 and downtown St. Pete.
A meandering creek, brick and hex block streets, and stately palms add to the majestic feel of this historic St. Petersburg neighborhood. Historic Roser Park features diverse architecture set among old oaks on winding streets.
Cottage Living Magazine recently listed Historic Kenwood as one of the TOP 10 cottage communities in the country! This neighborhood is known for its 'front-porch' feeling, with friendly sidewalks, mature trees, and locally owned restaurants and shops.
One of the most coveted neighborhoods of historic St. Petersburg, the Old Northeast has charm like no other. Brick streets, mature trees, and shores that line Tampa Bay add to the majesty of the large, historic homes of the neighborhood.
A rich ethnic and cultural diversity set the Old Southeast apart from many neighborhoods in St. Pete. Bordered by the gorgeous waterfront Lassing Park, the Old Southeast is famous for its colored hexagon-block sidewalks. The blocks are arranged in patterns and run throughout the neighborhood.