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St. Petersburg February 2, 2023
1920
Listed
83
Avg. DOM
$402.92
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$439,900
Med. List Price
1920 Properties
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$155,000
Neighborhood: Peppertree Lake Condo
1
Beds
1
Baths
735
Sq.Ft.
1974
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189269
MLS
Welcome to your dream home! This stunning 1BR/1BA condominium is located on the sunny second floor and is ready for you to move in right away. Get ready to fall in love with the beautifully updated...
Pending
5642 Puerta Del Sol Blvd S #142 St. Petersburg,  FL 33715
$429,900
Neighborhood: La Puerta Del Sol Condo
2
Beds
2
Baths
960
Sq.Ft.
1978
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189316
MLS
Welcome to La Puerta Del Sol, the door to the Sun! This beautifully updated 2 bedroom, 2 bath Villa offers views of the communities waterfront pool and the Boca Ciega Bay! Nestled in a tropical...
$2,095,000
Neighborhood: Bliss Condo
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,140
Sq.Ft.
2017
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189151
MLS
Steps away from Beach Drive, is BLISS! From the moment you step off the elevator into your private foyer... WOW!... Stunning water views of Vinoy Harbor greet you from all directions. Be prepared to...
$995,000
Neighborhood: Pinellas Farms
4
Beds
5
Baths
2,884
Sq.Ft.
1966
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189285
MLS
With nearly 1.2 acres of waterfront property, in the heart of Pinellas County, this is one of those rare opportunities that you can't afford to pass up. Situated in Pinellas Park, this 2,886 square...
Open 2/5
6322 Palma Del Mar Blvd S #1208 St. Petersburg,  FL 33715
$680,000
Neighborhood: Palma Del Mar Iv
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,150
Sq.Ft.
1981
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189349
MLS
It's all about the view! As far as the eye can see, this top, 12th floor, corner condo has the most spectacular views of the Bay and Gulf! Sunrise and sunset, you will experience both from the...
$699,900
Neighborhood: Stephenson Manor Unit 2 2Nd Add
4
Beds
2
Baths
2,007
Sq.Ft.
1968
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189303
MLS
This stunning, fully renovated 4-bedroom/2-bath single family ranch-style home comes complete with a 2-car garage, pool, and backyard in the desirable Pinellas Point neighborhood. This home features...
Pending
1475 69th PLACE S St. Petersburg,  FL 33705
$699,900
Neighborhood: Point Pinellas Heights
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,641
Sq.Ft.
1971
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189169
MLS
Welcome to Paradise! This updated 3bedroom/2 bathroom home is turnkey and ready for you to call home. Metal roof, 2017.
Impact windows and doors,- 2019. Natural Gas, whole house generator 2021....
Pending
604 39th Ave NE St. Petersburg,  FL 33703
$375,000
Neighborhood: Snell Shores
2
Beds
1
Baths
882
Sq.Ft.
1951
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8189359
MLS
SOLD BEFORE PROCESS.
Open 2/4
1334 59th St N St. Petersburg,  FL 33710
$439,900
Neighborhood: Tyrone Gardens Sec 1
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,525
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
1
Day on Site
T3426359
MLS
Welcome to your dream home in the highly desirable Tyrone area of St. Petersburg, FL. This stunning 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom property offers 1525 sq feet of living space, complete with a bonus room for...
$349,000
Neighborhood: Colonial Parks Sub
2
Beds
1
Baths
1,084
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8176328
MLS
Great rental opportunity in established neighborhood.
$715,000
Neighborhood: Osprey Pointe At Dolphin
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,480
Sq.Ft.
1995
Year Built
1
Day on Site
W7851769
MLS
Escape to this tranquil hidden gem and relax in your new home. This updated corner condo with three verandahs welcomes you to a nature lover's paradise! The open floor plan flows seamlessly from the...
$349,000
Neighborhood: Grove Park Vista Sub
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,160
Sq.Ft.
1941
Year Built
1
Day on Site
U8175808
MLS
Great rental opportunity. 3 bedroom/2 bath home with formal living and dining rooms. Ceiling fans throughout the house which is situated on a low traffic street. Garage has been converted into a...

Is St. Petersburg a Good Place to Live?

St. Petersburg... St. Pete, as many locals call it, has been drawing folks from up north since the 1920s and after the recession in 2008, many invested, moved and now lovingly call St. Petersburg home. Just over the past decade, many millennials, entrepreneurs, and young professionals have migrated to this happening city.

But St. Pete has been cool all along! The vibrancy of the city draws tourists and homebuyers from all over offering that large city living with a small-town neighborhood feel. If you're considering a move to St. Petersburg, here are 20 things to know about this fabulous city!

#1. Locals are called "Burgers", but don't call us that.

And they have nicknamed St. Pete "The Burg" for this reason. The name is trying to stick with the locals but really only newbies use it and folks that have called this area home for decades really won't like it. Just a heads up.

#2. Low Cost of Living.

Yep, it's really a great place to live financially speaking. An income of $50,000 in St. Petersburg is similar to a $75,000 income in major cities like New York, D.C., or San Francisco, so your dollar goes further.  Our cost of living is below the US average and ranks 92.2 on the Cost of Living Index by the Council for Community and Economic Research. It's even more affordable than many of its sister cities like Sarasota, Charlotte and Miami.

The median home price for a single-family home is about $250,000 and $180,000 for a condominium or townhouse. The cost of living is 4% lower than the state average, housing is 11% lower than the national average and Florida State income taxes 100% lower than the national average, however, our general sales tax is a little higher than the national average.

#3. We've been ranked as one of the best cities to retire in America.

Home to about 260,000 residents, making it the fifth most populated city in Florida. Over the past year, we had thousands of people relocating to this area, however, we're not as high maintenance as our sister city of Tampa. We feature an urban-suburban mix where most residents own their homes. There's a lot of amenities and of course the weather, which is a perk for many retirees.

#4. The Weather.

Well, of course, we have to talk about the weather, I mean it IS Florida. Did you know that we get an average of 361 days of sunshine each year and average temperatures between 60° and 85° throughout the year? That's a lot of sunshine and beaches are no more than about 15 to 20 minutes from most places in St. Petersburg.

If you're looking for sunshine, warmth, without the blistering heat of some places in Florida, St. Petersburg might be ideal. Some retirees even call it "God's Waiting Room". Really a tongue-in-cheek reference and all in good fun.

#5. We love our Brews.

And if you love beer, you will too. St. Petersburg is known for its great craft beers, local breweries, and lots of bars and restaurants to quench the parched tongue. In fact, there are over 12 craft beer breweries within walking distance of downtown St. Petersburg. If you're new to the area and looking for something fun to do, this is a great way to get to know downtown, although, if you're doing a pub crawl, things might get a little fuzzy towards the end.

#6. Amazing education.

Located in Pinellas County, St. Petersburg as part of the Pinellas public school district, the seventh-largest school system in Florida and home to nearly 104,000 students in 150 schools. Some of the best and most top-rated schools are as follows:

St. Petersburg has a variety of career academics, adult education centers, and virtual school programs. Most families have access to dozens of educational options for student's interests and abilities. They have a strong initiative to support public schools through their St. Pete Promise Program, one of the most successful, community-based programs involving graduation rates and investing in schools, teachers, and students. There are over 100 private schools as well, three of them are listed above.

#7. Phenomenal healthcare.

St. Petersburg is home to seven hospitals, one of which is the only hospital in Pinellas County certified as a Level II Adult & Pediatric Trauma Center and a state-approved Level III Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Center. We have the John Hopkins All Children's Hospital, named one of the best children's hospitals in the country. St. Anthony's Hospital was ranked as one of the top best employers in America. Another reason this is a popular place for retirees.

#8. There's food… Anytime, day or night.

If you are a foodie you will love St. Pete. The food truck scene here is booming and you can find trucks all over the city as well as fantastic restaurants, bistros, fine dining options, casual fair, fast food, and just about any cuisine you can think of.

Some of the best include Bacchus for gourmet European goods, charcuterie boards, and fine wine. The Galley for Florida originals such as alligator etouffee, octopus a la chorizo, and phenomenal weekend brunch. If you're more on the fancy side, check out Il Ritorno for their and northern style of Italian cuisine. They even have a dress code. And one of our favorites the Brick & Mortar Kitchen & Wine Bar for locally sourced cuisine, upscale design without being too expensive, and fabulous wines paired with all of their exquisite dishes.

#8. No income tax.

'nough said.

#9. Vibrant art and cultural scene.

You'll find local artisans creating funky art all over the city and you'll have to experience it at the St. Pete Indy Market. This funky, free-for-all offers the best local goodies from artists and dishes, produce, jewelry, and art. There are seven art districts in town including art and history museums, a booming Central District with multiple shops and attractions, and the ever-popular annual Pride Festival. We also have a permanent collection of glass artwork by the World-Famous Dale Chihuly.

#10. Most people own but renting is affordable too.

A great way to get to learn more about St. Petersburg is to rent for a little while and then by where you want. However, it is our job to help you find the right house in the right location but rent is affordable coming in at about $1067 for the average median rent and a median home value of $183,000. This is slightly lower than the national average and about 59% of St. Petersburg residents are homeowners.

#11. We can get super creepy… If you look hard enough.

Did you know that natives called St. Petersburg the "Gateway to Shadow"? They believed that the Hellview Cemetery was a portal for evil and several paranormal groups have investigated and confirmed it to be haunted. So you can only imagine how popular this place is on Halloween and if that's not enough to scare you, take a walk through the candlelight ghost tour to learn about Dead Man's Key. The love nest of Al Capone, this secret location may hold ancient curses, hunted forts and deserted islands. But don't worry, we always have the sunshine to come back to you.

#12. The Fort DeSoto Park Beach

Named one of America's top beaches, Fort DeSoto Park Beach is much more than a beach. It features a boat launch, fishing pier, nature trails, and 7 miles of pristine white sandy beaches. If you are visiting, stay at the campground a few nights or make it a fantastic day trip. With 7 miles, you know you can spread out and enjoy the beach without feeling too crowded.

#13. We Love Dogs!

We have six dog parks to choose from with several dog-friendly areas and restaurants. There are two dog-friendly beaches as well including the Fort DeSoto Paw Playground and Beach and the Gandy Bridge Causeway. There are many dog-friendly restaurants so you don't have to leave Fido home when dining out.

#14. If you like farmer's markets, you'll love St. Pete.

Saturdays are the best day of the week for farmers market lovers. You'll have to check out the Saturday Morning Market for hundreds of stalls of organic veggies, fruits, crafts, organic meats, cheeses, and herbs. You'll find street performers, live music, and join 10,000 other folks each Saturday. It's a great way to pick out your menu for the week or just enjoy the sunshine, great food, and fantastic music.

#15. It's great for your skin.

Many people say that the fountain of youth is really in St. Petersburg and will let you decide that for yourself. Are over 360 days of sunshine, warm weather, tropical breezes, and the general laid-back lifestyle of St. Petersburg just can't be bad.

#16. The best of the best.

Some of the top neighborhoods for homeowners include North Shore, Old Southeast, Crescent Heights, Euclid St. Paul, and Historic Kenwood.  Here's what folks say about these popular St. Petersburg neighborhoods

"St Pete has all the diversity and activity you would expect from a big city, yet it somehow feels like a small town. Whenever we go out, we usually run into someone we know, which is pretty cool. My family is full of foodies, so we love the downtown food scene. There are a lot of cool local fusion places, and there's always something new to try. There's a great variety of music and art events going on that we can check out, and somehow the market doesn't feel oversaturated."

"I am a current resident of Historic Kenwood, the neighborhood is very quiet, my children are in walking distance from the school, and I have had no problems with anyone in the neighborhood. I am down the street from the high school in which my children attend and it's very convenient for us to get there and back. The neighborhood is quiet and there are several activities in the area that we can attend. Every weekend there are activities along central avenue and we are close to downtown where there is also a lot of nice shops, painting, facilities, and some family oriented places where the whole family can hang out and have a good time, not with just ourselves, but with others in the neighborhood." [Source]

#17. You can literally live on the water.

Our neighborhoods don't end at the shoreline. We have entire neighborhoods that literally are floating on the water. It could be on the bay or the ocean and is perfect for fishing, boating, and simply enjoying the water. Give us a call to find out about these fantastic neighborhoods and houseboat communities.

#18. Yes, we have storms.

Well, it can't always be sunshine and roses all the time, can it? St. Petersburg gets pretty close but on those rare occasions, we do get a pretty powerful storm that will roll through the sky. You shouldn't worry too much; most people love these storms and welcome them to give a fresh dose of rain to our lush landscape. Plus, you'll always get a rainbow at the end, just another one of St. Petersburg's amazing artwork. And they leave just about as quickly as they came.

#19. Let's talk crime and safety.

"Short answer: Yes. Long answer: You'll need to come down to get a feel for the area yourself. Most of the neighborhoods north of downtown are perfectly fine, but there are some older ones that are still in transition and, depending on your personal comfort levels, you may not want to end up in those neighborhoods." [Source]

Remember, many retirees live here and don't quite adhere to the 70 mile an hour speed limit… I'll let you fill in the blanks on that one. Of course, it's Florida; we're going to have gators around ponds and lakes but you won't have to worry about earthquakes, avalanches, or mudslides. We have our nice parts of town and compared to Chicago's Southside, most people feel relatively safe just about everywhere. But, it is a large city so danger and safety really depend on one's perception. From living in many different places, there's crime everywhere, but St. Petersburg definitely doesn't top the list.

#20. Is St. Petersburg a great place to live?

YES! If you like warm, sunny days, a moderate-sized city, all the amenities, great parks, amazing food, super arts culture and beaches... I would emphatically say YES!

For more information on any homes for sale in St. Petersburg, contact our office today. We are your Buyer's Broker of Florida. 

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SOLD Listings in St. Petersburg February 2, 2023
2777
Listed
21
Avg. DOM
$325.34
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$374,900
Med. List Price
2777 Properties
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Sold
2220 2nd Ave N St. Petersburg,  FL 33713
$1,027,274
Neighborhood: St Petersburg Investment Co Sub
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,445
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8135090
MLS
Under Construction. Historic Kenwood New Home, One Block to The Grand Central District and amazing restaurants, bars and the arts - A spectacular 3 bed 3 bath modern house with added flex space above...
Sold
2627 27th Ave N St. Petersburg,  FL 33713
$549,813
Neighborhood: Colfax City
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,603
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
T3331457
MLS
Pre-Construction. To be built. Help Design your Modern Dream Home with this semi-custom modern stunner! It is the Perfect Place to be! Enjoy the sights, sounds and aroma of this up and coming St....
Sold
230 Estado WAY NE St. Petersburg,  FL 33704
$1,783,603
Neighborhood: Snell Isle Brightwaters Sec 1 Rep
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
3,899
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8163510
MLS
Pre-Construction. To be built. Here's Your Chance to Own a Brand New Home on Quiet Street in a Highly Coveted Location of Snell Isle with Gentle Breezes Off of Snell Isle Harbor & Tampa Bay!...
Sold
455 61st Ave NE St. Petersburg,  FL 33703
$334,000
Neighborhood: Edgemoor Estates
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,070
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
T3408924
MLS
Absolutely charming and remodeled Edgemoor Estates bungalow in St Petersburg showcasing 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath on a premium oversized fully fenced corner homesite. As you pass the cute front porch...
Sold
1842 Nebraska Ave NE St. Petersburg,  FL 33703
$850,000
Neighborhood: Shore Acres Edgewater Sec Blks 7 8 9 10 11 12 & 16
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,394
Sq.Ft.
1925
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8181130
MLS
Don't miss out!! Located on a DOUBLE LOT in the highly sought after and family friendly Shore Acres neighborhood, it sets up perfect for entertaining. The fully mature Banyan tree in the backyard...
Sold
2601 4th Ave N St. Petersburg,  FL 33713
$385,000
Neighborhood: Halls Central Ave 1
2
Beds
2
Baths
755
Sq.Ft.
1926
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8183355
MLS
Ripe for renovation in Historic Kenwood! This 1926 multi-generational zoned bungalow sits on a beautiful, large corner lot, with an incredible old oak tree alongside a pink-brick street. This gem...
Sold
1120 41st St N St. Petersburg,  FL 33713
$415,000
Neighborhood: Francella Park
3
Beds
2
Baths
960
Sq.Ft.
1956
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8183426
MLS
Located just north of the heart of Central Oak Park, this 3/2 home offers a split floor plan and an abundance of outdoor living space. This delightful home has a little bit of everything. When you...
Sold
2027 Montana Ave NE St. Petersburg,  FL 33703
$699,000
Neighborhood: Shore Acres Edgewater Sec
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,626
Sq.Ft.
1969
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8184505
MLS
Welcome to Venetian Isles! This (3) bedroom, (2) bathroom (2.5) car garage seated on just shy of an 11,000 sq ft lot is truly a rare find. Pride of ownership abounds as this property has been...
Sold
6051 Sun Blvd #307 St. Petersburg,  FL 33715
$374,000
Neighborhood: Casa Del Mar Condo
1
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
790
Sq.Ft.
1977
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8185301
MLS
This spacious 1 Bed 1 1/2 Bath 3rd Floor Condo is located in the highly desirable community of Isla Del Sol. This rare floor plan allows for a massive chef's kitchen with brand-new white shaker...
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5690 6th St S St. Petersburg,  FL 33705
$410,000
Neighborhood: Edenwood Add Sec 4
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,324
Sq.Ft.
1962
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8185610
MLS
Enjoy coming home to this beautifully remodeled, three-bedroom, two-bathroom light-filled home featuring a split floor plan and bonus room located just five minutes to thriving downtown St....
Sold
2025 Jackson St N #5 St. Petersburg,  FL 33704
$480,000
Neighborhood: Bellwood Sub Rev
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,248
Sq.Ft.
1925
Year Built
2/2/23
Sold On
U8186181
MLS
This property features TWO 1925 bungalow homes located on one large lot 7,588 sf (60x127) on the brick lined streets of Euclid Saint Paul Neighborhood in the heart of Saint Petersburg!! Both homes...
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611 12th Ave S St. Petersburg,  FL 33701
$980,715
Neighborhood: Gibbs Add To Ingleside
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,876
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
2/1/23
Sold On
U8166375
MLS
Pre-Construction. To be built. PRE-CONSTRUCTION! This home is scheduled for completion by Feb 2023. Welcome to the idyllic Rose Park neighborhood! New construction home built by local home builder...