Located just one mile north of the downtown St. Petersburg’s commercial district is the historic neighborhood of Crescent Lake. At the center of this popular community is the beloved 56-acre Crescent Lake Park famed for its’ natural beauty, community facilities and beloved waterfowl residents. Developed in the 1920’s by C. Perry Snell, Crescent Lake has a rich history spanning from pre-Colonial times to the modern era. There is archaeological evidence of Native American inhabitants of Crescent Lake as early as the 1500’s. From 1925-1961, Crescent Lake’s baseball complex, Huggins-Stengel Field, served as the spring training home to the New York Yankees during the Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio eras.
Consisting of approximately 550 residences, Crescent Lake is an eclectic mix of architectural styles ranging from 1920’s bungalows to Tudor-style homes and ultra-modern new construction. The quaint and charming community of Crescent Lake is beloved for its oak tree-lined brick streets wrapping around the picturesque Crescent Lake Park, dog park, tennis courts, and baseball complex. Crescent Lake Park hosts a multitude of community events year-round such as BBQ cook-offs, antique markets, and sporting events. Crescent Lake is bordered by 4th Street North to the east and Dr. Martin Luther King Street (9th Street North) to the west. Crescent Lake residents easily can walk or ride their bike to downtown St. Pete, restaurants, attractions, and shopping and it is less than a five minute drive to I-275.
The Malowany Group specializes in assisting clients with the purchase and sale of properties in Crescent Lake. With over 40 years of combined real estate experience and an extensive track record of property transactions in Crescent Lake, the Malowany Group has served buyers and sellers of luxury property with excellent results. Please contact the Malowany Group today to find out how they can make your Crescent Lake real estate dream a reality!
Homes in Crescent Lake range in price from $300,000 to $800,000.
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