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Featured Communities

Downtown

St. Petersburg has one of the most exciting and dynamic mid-sized downtowns in the U.S. Living here gives you access to world-class museums, shopping, and dining, as well as an exploding craft brew scene, plenty of arts events, educational resources – and of course, some of the most striking natural waterfront in the world. Downtown’s many museums ...

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Downtown

Old Northeast

Old Northeast, more informally known as the Historic Old Northeast, sits just steps away from downtown’s great features, while offering the historic beauty and hominess of St. Pete’s first established neighborhood. Founded in 1911 by the developers C. Perry Snell ...

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Old Northeast

Snell Isle

Located just beyond the Old Northeast historic neighborhood, Snell Isle has nearly a century of rich history all its own. What began as a mangrove island and a vision has become an enclave of excellent living just a short distance from downtown St. Pete. The neighborhood features an array of homes in classic Mediterranean and Spanish styles...

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Snell Isle

Allendale

Allendale is a quiet, upscale residential community centered around Allendale Park to the northwest of downtown St. Pete, the area was mostly developed during or soon after World War II, with the high construction standards you’d expect. The history behind Allendale is remarkable. In the 1920s, when developers were working hard on waterfront communities like Snell Isle and Old Northeast...

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Allendale

Waterfront

The peninsula that is St. Petersburg has miles and miles of waterfront. That includes a lot of beaches and waterfront parks, of course, but there are also many communities along the waterfront, including individual homes directly on Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. As with any home, the character of a waterfront home is inseparable from that of its surrounding community. St. Pete’s waterfront...

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Waterfront

Historic Neighborhoods

St. Petersburg has the vibrant energy of a young, growing town. But there’s also more than a century of rich history here – history that you can see in the brick roads, unique architecture, and towering trees of its many Historic Neighborhoods. These neighborhoods offer unique charm in a variety of entry points...

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Historic Neighborhoods

Seminole

The City of Seminole is a suburban community circling the shores of Lake Seminole, the second largest lake in Pinellas County. Seminole is known for great schools, youth athletics, family-friendly parks, playgrounds and trails. The area has a large, diverse housing market plus its quieter, relaxed culture makes it a great spot to raise a family, while still enjoying easy ...

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Seminole

Beaches

The many beaches in and around St. Petersburg offer truly awe-inspiring natural beauty – white sand, thriving coastal ecosystems, and water that’s warm and relaxing year-round. Those beaches are also the anchors for a variety of communities, each offering its own unique lifestyle, amenities, and housing...

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Beaches

Planned Communities

Pinellas County features great planned communities that offer peace and quiet in refined settings. Here are a few of our favorites. Placido Bayou is a gated, deed-restricted community in northeast St. Petersburg. Its array of single-family homes, condominiums, and town homes are surrounded by nearly a hundred acres...

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Planned Communities

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