Discover Greater Woodlawn And Crescent Heights Neighborhoods Of St Petersburg Florida

Dated: February 19 2024

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Discover Greater Woodlawn and Crescent Heights Neighborhoods of St. Petersburg, Florida

Neighborhood We Love: Greater Woodlawn and Crescent H


Neighborhoods We Love: Greater Woodlawn and Crescent Heights

Are you searching for historic charm, shady tree-lined streets, and love walking/biking to your favorite destinations and nearby amenities? In that case, you won't want to miss the Greater Woodlawn and Crescent Heights neighborhoods of St. Petersburg, Florida.

These 2 neighborhoods are bound by 30th Avenue N. to the North, 22nd Avenue N. to the South, 4th Street N. to the East, and 16th Street N. to the West. The MLK Business District that spans along Dr. M.L.K. Jr. Street N. (aka 9thSt. N.) divides these two charming neighborhoods. Homeowners choose these neighborhoods for their strong sense of community and proximity to the 4thStreet thoroughfare, downtown St. Pete, and I275.

Discover Greater Woodlawn & Crescent Heights


Looking for something to do? There are plenty of options nearby! Take a stroll around Crescent Lake Park and try to spot some of the 142 species of birds found in this eBird Hotspot! Head over to St. Petersburg's oldest living museum, Sunken Gardens. This 100-year-old botanical paradise is home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region, flamingos, and beautiful koi! Jump in the car and head to downtown St. Pete and tour one of many museums the city has to offer, like The Dali Museum, The Chihuly Collection at the Morean Arts Center, or the James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art. While you're downtown, pop into the local shops and boutiques that run along Central Avenue, and then head over to one of St. Pete's landmarks that made USA Today's TOP 10 List of Best New Attraction of 2020, the St. Pete Pier!

Feel like taking a morning stroll for coffee or Sunday Brunch? Stop by Neighborhood Joe or Blush Tea & Coffee. If crisp waffles, thick-cut bacon, and cheese grits are on your mind, Trip's Diner is a must! Make sure you get there early, as this popular weekend breakfast spot is usually on a wait! Need your green juice fix? You won't have to go far to get it… Squeeze Juice Works and SOHO Juice Co. are right around the corner. Craving tacos? Casita Taqueria is a St. Pete staple. Looking for a local watering hole with great wings and grouper sandwiches? Check out Harvey's 4thStreet Grill. Want to stay in and craft your own chef creations? You're in luck! There are 3 organic/specialty markets nearby: Rollin' Oats, Trader Joe's, and The Fresh Market.


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Here's why buying a home in the Greater Woodlawn and Crescent Heights Neighborhood is a good idea:

The average home sale price jumped about 12% in the past year and the area continues to grow in popularity.

Homes are more affordable in these neighborhoods than Downtown St. Pete and Old Northeast St. Pete but still offer a location close to all that Downtown St. Pete and the waterfront have to offer.

Timeless style -These beautiful neighborhoods are comprised of homes mostly built from the 1920s through the 1950s in the traditional Bungalow, Dutch Colonial Revival, and Tudor Revival styles, coveted by Millennial buyers.

Rental prices have been increasing, and while there are restrictions for short-term rentals, long-term rental properties remain just as popular of an investment in these areas. According to the City of St. Pete's website, "For residential properties within the City of St. Petersburg, short-term rentals (duration of less than 30 days) may only be rented a maximum of 3 times within any consecutive 365-day period. Short-term rentals exceeding this allowance must be operating as a licensed hotel/motel or located within an approved Resort Facilities Overlay district."

If you're interested in investing in real estate in the Greater Woodlawn or Crescent Heights Neighborhood, don't hesitate to reach out to us at The Sandy Hartmann Group. Use our free website to search available properties, set up new listing alerts, check out comparable neighborhoods close to downtown St. Pete, and so much more. We've been selling paradise in Tampa Bay for over 30 years and have the expertise and local knowledge you need to meet all your real estate goals. Be sure to give us a call with any additional questions you may have about investing or living in Greater Woodlawn or Crescent Heights today! (727) 400-3315

The Sandy Hartmann Group


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Mike Hall

Born and raised in the Midwest, Mike Hall has a passion for helping buyers find the perfect homes in the Tampa Bay area. When Mike isn't working, you can often find him walking his 3 dogs around town,....

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