Why Live in Greater Woodlawn, Florida
Why Live Here?
Greater Woodlawn Florida is an appealing community which is located on the northside of St. Petersburg, and holds some older homes dating back to the 1920s - composed of traditional Bungalow, Colonial Revival, Masonry Vernacular Tudor Revival, and more recently constructed homes as well.
The 1900+ residents of Greater Woodlawn have great pride in their unity and family-friendly atmosphere. The conservative community displays a historic vibe of colorful palleted brick roads and shaded bold oak trees, making for a cozy feel. Close to I-275, charming coffee shops, local stores, delicious cuisine, and marinas for boat docks.
Schools in Greater Woodlawn provide a variety of options for all grade levels and school types.
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Many Greater Woodlawn residents work in St. Petersburg or Tampa. The largest employers in these cities are Baycare Bayfront Medical Center, Tech Data, Jabil, and WellCare Health Plans in Tampa and Raymond James, HSN, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, and Times Publishing Company in St. Petersburg.
Parks & Rec
Woodlawn Park is a popular park which provides ball fields with covered bleachers, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a racquetball court - all of which are lighted. The park offers a playground and multiple athletic league programs for all ages. There is another stunning park just a few blocks away - Crescent Lake Park - equipped with a fenced playground, pickleball courts, tennis courts, shaded areas around the lake with seating to watch the wildlife, and free admission for all ages to Yoga in the Park, Tai Chi, Boot Camp, Aquatics, Neighborhood walks, and more. Greater Woodlawn is close to shops on 9th street and vibrant waterfront downtown St. Petersburg - where the famous Museum of Fine Arts and Salvador Dali Museum are located, the Historic Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club, breathtaking art galleries and small business boutiques, unforgettable dining, the newly reconstructed waterfront pier, dog parks, playgrounds, tennis courts, beach volleyball, live events, pubs, and more. If you like Italian, Mazzaro’s Italian Market is close by - homemade pasta and pastries, fresh produce, and an absolute must market to visit!
Real Estate and Housing
Greater Woodlawn neighborhood is a well-liked, and rather competitive, ranging from $400K to $1.8M+.
Is Greater Woodlawn Right For You?
If you're considering real estate in Greater Woodlawn Florida, The Horvath Group has many years of experience with matching buyers and sellers to their real estate goals. As local real estate agents, The Horvath Group has market knowledge in the Greater Woodlawn neighborhood, and would be honored to help make a dream home become a reality.