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- Bayway Isles
- Coquina Key
- Crescent Heights
- Crescent Lake
- Disston Heights
- Downtown St. Petersburg
- Eden Isles
- Euclid St. Paul
- Grand Central Arts District
- Greater Pinellas Point
- Greater Woodlawn
- Harbor Isle
- Historic Kenwood
- Historic Old Northeast
- Historic Roser Park
- Historic Uptown
- Isla del Sol
- Jungle Terrace
- La Vista
- North East Park
- Old Southeast
- Pasadena & Yacht Club Estates
- Placido Bayou
- Riviera Bay
- Shore Acres
- Snell Isle
- Tropical Shores
- Venetian Isles
More About Old Southeast
Old Southeast is a neighborhood of St. Petersburg Florida just south of downtown. The neighborhood is sometimes called the "Key West of St. Petersburg," as it is home to the Yacht Basin Marine district, a handful of winter-only residents, the most friendly neighbors in town, and a nice laid-back tropical lifestyle without heavy tourism.
Things to Do In and Near Old Southeast
Lassing Park is a large waterfront park in Old Southeast. This 14-acre park highlights views of the bay, downtown St. Pete, downtown Tampa, large green spaces, benches to take in the sights, a walking path, and a place to drop a kayak in the water.
A neighborhood landmark that is a local favorite. the atmosphere is unique and artsy and the food is a mix of American and British cuisine. There is also live music on Saturdays.
Downtown St. Petersburg
A big highlight of the neighborhood is that it is just under a mile from the downtown area of the city. There is so much to do here and it is just about 5 minutes from Old Southeast.
The pier is the waterfront area of Downtown St Pete. The pier itself extends into Tampa Bay and is described as a landmark pleasure pier. At the pier you will find plenty of beautiful outdoor spaces for walking and fishing or just playing, with sandy beach areas, restaurants, a play structure, and the popular Discovery Center with interactive exhibits and the chance to watch marine life in gorgeous created habitats.
A green space in the heart of Downtown with an outdoor stage that hosts live events.
-Mirror Lake Park and Library and Sunshine Senior Center
One of the many pretty outdoor spaces on a lake in St. Pete. the park offers a walkway around the lake and is close to the Mirror Lake Public Library and home to the Sunshine Senior Center
-Museums and Art
There is a vibrant art scene in the downtown area as well as a great collection of museums. This includes the Central Arts District, the Chihuly Collection, the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of History, Salvador Dali Museum (home of the largest collection outside of Spain), and more.
A great green space near the pier with picnic areas and boat ramp on Tampa Bay.
Enjoy a beautiful boat ride across Tampa Bay to Downtown Tampa.
There are many great shopping opportunities in Downtown St. Petersburg including a great collection of unique boutiques, antiques, books, jewelry, fashion, and gift stores. The Mall at Sundial offers several stores right next to each other, restaurants, and other unique services. At the mall you can find Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, AMC theater, Tommy Bahama, Chico's, and more.
Home of the Tampa Bay Rowdies soccer team. The 7,500 seat stadium holds much of the areas interesting sports history as well as other events in addition to soccer games.
Homes in Old Southeast
The homes in the Old Southeast are eclectic and unique adding to the vibe of the neighborhood. There are large historic homes, smaller homes with unique architecture, as well as newer homes with modern architecture. There are several homes that feature separate living spaces that can be used as a rental. Being that the neighborhood is so close to downtown it is an ideal area for college kids looking for more affordable housing and these homes usually create steady passive income. Homes in Old Southeast are priced from just under $300,000 to over $600,000.
The public schools that serve the Old Southeast neighborhood are part of the Pinellas County Public School District. Specific schools assigned to serve young residents of the neighborhood include Campbell Park Elementary and Lakewood Elementary, Bay Point Middle and John Hopkins Middle, Gibbs High School, and Lakewood High School.
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