Woodlawn: St. Petersburg Neighborhood of the Week

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   The St. Petersburg neighborhood of Woodlawn consists of approximately 136 single family homes built primarily from 1920 to 1949. The architectural styles include Colonial, Dutch Colonial, Tudor, Cape Cod and Ranch. Approximately 50 of the homes are two story. There are many trees in the neighborhood and the homes in this small subdivision are mostly well maintained.

 

   The square footage of the homes range from 964 square feet to 3270 square feet with the predominant size being in the 1500 to 2000 square foot range. A majority of the homes are located on lots that are less than ¼ of an acre.

   The Woodlawn neighborhood is north of 22nd avenue north, south of 26th avenue north, east of 16th street and west of 12th street.

   There are currently four homes for sale in the Woodlawn neighborhood ranging in price from $325,000 to $420,000. Two are pictured below.

 

   The local MLS reported three sales in the past six months ranging in sales price from $149,900 to $213,000. It should be noted that these sales were of homes that are some of the smaller homes in the neighborhood.

   The Woodlawn subdivision was originally platted in 1924 and is part of the Greater Woodlawn Neighborhood Association, Inc. which meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at Woodlawn Presbyterian Church - 2612 12th St N.

 

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Karen Heidenreich
I previously lived in this neighborhood but moved away.  When I saw this it really touched my heart.  My old neighborhhod, how I miss it.  Maybe I should contact David Miller to look for another house.
Feb 09, 2008 07:19 AM #2
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rrsafety
Nice to see REAL homes in Florida. Lot's of the new developments have no character, no history, and bad construction. Some of these homes are truly beautiful.
Feb 16, 2008 12:53 AM #3
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Kathryn Bratburd

I am going to be moving into this neighborhood in about two weeks. I can't wait! My husband and I are so looking forward to getting acquanted to our cute new community. Thanks for showcasing it.

Jul 18, 2008 12:22 PM #4
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