The small towns of Gulfport and Pasadena are nestled between greater St. Petersburg and the Gulf Beaches. They run along the waterfront of Boca Ciega Bay and the Intercoastal Waterway, and were mostly developed in the 1940s-1950’s. There are several neighborhoods that have a bit more charm than others – downtown Gulfport is primarily an […]

The Beaches

From Captiva/Sanibel up the West Coast to Sand Key, the Gulf Beaches along Florida’s West coast are among some of the most beautiful in the world. White sand, blue water, and gorgeous sunsets year round offer the perfect backdrop for your first home or your vacation home. Our favorite beach neighborhoods are quaint Holmes Beach […]

Old Southeast / South St. Pete

Old Southeast is an area just south of downtown St. Petersburg, which encompasses the neighborhoods of Old SE, Tropical Shores, and Driftwood. This neighborhood was built around Lassing Park with its direct views, beach and access to Tampa Bay. These homes are as early as the 1920’s, but mostly fall in the bungalow and mid-century […]

Crescent Lake/Crescent Heights

The Crescent Lake neighborhood surrounds a 57 acre park built around Crescent Lake, which was established in 1927, although a Native American canoe was recovered from the lake, dating its residents back to the 1500’s. After the 1920’s, the city built its water tower and baseball field, which has seen baseball greats like Babe Ruth […]

Downtown/Grand Central

Downtown St. Petersburg and the Grand Central District are mixed use neighborhoods. Downtown features small single family homes, condominiums, and apartments sprinkled among the commercial businesses and restaurants. Grand Central neighborhood has a Main Street design on either side of Central Avenue. Central Avenue is mostly commercial businesses, with neighborhoods like Kenwood and Uptown on […]

Old NE/Snell Isle

The Old Northeast and Snell Isle neighborhoods feature some of the oldest homes in Pinellas County. Organized in the 1920’s by Perry Snell and John Hamlett, these neighborhoods are close to downtown St. Petersburg and are centered around public parks. The architecture of the oldest homes (1900-1940’s) are vernacular in architecture, with elements of Victorian, […]