Whether you're only in town for a while or looking for housing in St Pete, be sure to visit a few of the city's hottest neighborhoods. Each one is unique with its own charm, and you'll be impressed by the variety of housing in St Pete. If you're relocating to the city, lucky you. The city has seen a big boom recently as younger professionals and new start-up companies have moved in. You're sure to find just the lifestyle you're looking for in one of these St Pete hottest neighborhoods. 

Downtown 
If you're looking for city vibes and a laidback beachy lifestyle all in one, you'll love downtown St. Pete. The recent revival of downtown has brought in exciting new restaurants and bars with sidewalk seating and a craft beer scene to create a vibrant nightlife. New townhomes and condos in the area offer exciting housing in St Pete. Downtown has plenty of green spots with waterfront parks and walking trails. You'll enjoy being among the art shows, festivals, and markets living in downtown St. Pete. 

Snell Isle 
If you're looking for a modern home in a luxurious setting, check out Snell Isle. The homes are impressive with spacious yards and custom pools. Snell Isle is also home to the unique Vinoy Golf Club, an immaculate 18-hole course with its own restaurant, bar, and clubhouse pool. Built in 1925, the architecture for the clubhouse was inspired by a mosque and has domes and keyhole arches. The building is an iconic part of St Pete, and the Golf Club is an important part of socializing for those who live here. 

Old Southeast 


The Old Southeast area can be divided into three separate neighborhoods: Old Southeast, Tropical Shores, and Driftwood. Old Southeast is less than a mile from downtown. If you're looking to purchase property, you can find some great deals here. The proximity to downtown will ensure that it appreciates over the years. The neighborhood has its own restaurants, markets, and other hang-outs. 

If you simply want affordable waterfront living in a relaxed atmosphere, Tropical Shores is the perfect neighborhood. Around half of the homes here are waterfront, and some have lovely bay views. Since there are no through-streets here, it's a great neighborhood for children. Tropical Shores is a newer neighborhood with homes built from the 1950s and later. 

Driftwood is a prestigious and scenic neighborhood. It's full of thick, tropical jungle-like vegetation and gorgeous homes. It seems the whole neighborhood is under a canopy of trees. The main road has an island of the huge trees. The rest of the streets look a lot like bike trails in a national park. You may even find a home with a view of the Big Bayou. 

Explore all of St. Petersburg's great neighborhoods on 727area. You're sure to find a place you'd love to call home for a long, long time.

 
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