The Historic Old Northeast!

This beautiful neighborhood is full of tree lined streets and sits adjacent to the north end of downtown St. Pete.

You’ll be within just 1/2 mile of the Vinoy Renaissance hotel, a landmark hotel downtown on the water. Old Northeast claims around 3,000 historic buildings, plenty of sidewalks, and is walking distance to the Tampa Bay waterfront! If you are on the perimeter of Old NE, you may have excellent water views, however most homes are interior.

A popular activity for those in the Old Northeast is to walk to beautiful Coffee Pot Bayou to watch the boats, sunrise, manatees, and dolphins. Many use this area to exercise, after all, the time passes quickly while taking in the sights and sounds.  With many joggers, walkers, and rollerbladers out and about, Coffee Pot Bayou personally reminds me of a very small version of the lakefront in Chicago during the spring/summer. Maybe it’s just the activity level, but it’s such a great place to enjoy the outdoors!  You’ll see boats, sailboats, and if you simply walk 100 or so yards you’ll find open views of Tampa Bay!

You’ll also find brick streets and granite curbs giving the cozy feeling that makes you feel right at home. If you choose the Old Northeast to live, you’ll be walking distance to Northshore Park which has areas for walking, biking, a swimming pool, a small beach, beach volleyball.

The St. Petersburg transit system provides bus service through the neighborhood for residents convenience.

The StPetersburg.com website describes the housing in the neighborhood as a “mix of Mediterranean and bungalow styles in a lushly green setting rife with jacarandas, pines, palms, and magnolias.”

In addition to the beautiful homes in the neighborhood, you’ll also find a few restaurants and a small shopping district. For nightlife, you are simply a 3-5 minute Uber or Lyft ride to Beach Drive and Central Avenue!

One item of note is that residents of Old Northeast really love Halloween and trick or treaters!  Houses go all out with elaborate decorations and some even supply actors/actresses for their scenes!  Here are a few pictures from our family’s outing to Old Northeast for Halloween.

The historic Old Northeast!

This beautiful neighborhood is full of tree lined streets and sits adjacent to the north end of downtown St. Pete.

You’ll be within just 1/2 mile of the Vinoy Renaissance hotel, a landmark hotel downtown on the water. Old Northeast claims around 3,000 historic buildings, plenty of sidewalks, and is walking distance to the Tampa Bay waterfront! If you are on the perimeter of Old NE, you may have excellent water views, however most homes are interior.

A popular activity for those in the Old Northeast is to walk to beautiful Coffee Pot Bayou to watch the boats, sunrise, manatees, and dolphins. Many use this area to exercise, after all, the time passes quickly while taking in the sights and sounds.  With many joggers, walkers, and rollerbladers out and about, Coffee Pot Bayou personally reminds me of a very small version of the lakefront in Chicago during the spring/summer. Maybe it’s just the activity level, but it’s such a great place to enjoy the outdoors!  You’ll see boats, sailboats, and if you simply walk 100 or so yards you’ll find open views of Tampa Bay!

You’ll also find brick streets and granite curbs giving the cozy feeling that makes you feel right at home. If you choose the Old Northeast to live, you’ll be walking distance to Northshore Park which has areas for walking, biking, a swimming pool, a small beach, beach volleyball.

The St. Petersburg transit system provides bus service through the neighborhood for residents convenience.

The StPetersburg.com website describes the housing in the neighborhood as a “mix of Mediterranean and bungalow styles in a lushly green setting rife with jacarandas, pines, palms, and magnolias.”

In addition to the beautiful homes in the neighborhood, you’ll also find a few restaurants and a small shopping district. For nightlife, you are simply a 3-5 minute Uber or Lyft ride to Beach Drive and Central Avenue!

One item of note is that residents of Old Northeast really love Halloween and trick or treaters!  Houses go all out with elaborate decorations and some even supply actors/actresses for their scenes!  Here are a few pictures from our family’s outing to Old Northeast for Halloween.

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