Historic Old Northeast is one of St. Petersburg’s first established neighborhoods. Today, the Historic Old Northeast is the heart of downtown St. Petersburg and is one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods to call home! The Historic Old Northeast is coveted for its’ close proximity, within walking distance, to vibrant downtown St. Petersburg, the Vinoy Renaissance Resort and Country Club , Coffee Pot Bayou, and Northshore Park along Tampa Bay. From the Historic Old Northeast one can easily walk or ride their bike to any of these popular attractions.Moreover, the Historic Old Northeast is lauded for its rich architecture and laid-back, family-oriented lifestyle, which its residents protect and hold dear.
Recognized by the New York Times as one of the United States’ “Great Homes and Destinations,” the Historic Old Northeast is famed for its’ southern charm and oak tree-lined, brick cobblestone streets. The Historic Old Northeast abounds withtropically landscaped 1920’s and 30’s craftsman bungalows, turn-of-the-century “Cracker” houses, mid-century Florida ranch homes, condominiums, Mediterranean revivals, stately manor homes, and historic waterfront mansions. Historic Old Northeast residents love the neighborhood for its history, sense of tradition, civic pride, neighborly kindness, waterfront parks, and central location. In 2003, the Historic Old Northeast was awarded the honor of being added to the National Register of Historic Places (National Park Service), a designation truly coveted by all Historic Old Northeast residents.
Historic Old Northeast residents pride themselves on their strong neighborhood association HONNA (Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Association). Through HONNA, Historic Old Northeast residents can participate in neighborhood block parties, architectural conservation efforts, and a multitude of activities such as the famous charity-fundraising Candlelight Tour of Homes. Another activity that binds residents of the Historic Old Northeast together is their tradition of holding monthly porch parties. Each month the whole neighborhood is invited to a different home’s ‘front porch’ to meet their neighbors and kick back and relax with old friends and new ones too – a southern tradition.
The boundaries of the Historic Old Northeast are Fifth Avenue to the south, 30th Avenue and Coffee Pot Bayou to the north, 4th Street North to the west, and Tampa Bay’s Northshore Park to the east. The land that comprises today’s Historic Old Northeast originally consisted of farm land and citrus groves in the late 1800s. The Historic Old Northeast began taking shape in the early 1910s and 20s when local developers brought in city utility services and began assembling housing developments on a small scale while promoting the neighborhood as “the premier residential address.” From there the Historic Old Northeast blossomed and history was born. Today the Historic Old Northeast is a thriving community spanning 700+-acres with approximately 8000 residents, all who consider themselves lucky to call the Historic Old Northeast their home!
Historic Old Northeast residents are blessed with convenient access to I-275, which takes one to all points north and south in Pinellas County. Within just a 25 minute drive from the Historic Old Northeast, one can be at Tampa International Airport, downtown Tampa, the Gulf Beaches, Clearwater, or Manatee County.
The Malowany Group specializes in assisting clients with the purchase and sale of significant properties in the Historic Old Northeast. With over 40 years of combined real estate experience and an extensive track record of significant property transactions in the Historic Old Northeast, 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 Historic Old Northeast real estate dream a reality!
Homes in the Historic Old Northeast range in price from the $250,000s to $3,000,000.
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