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Crescent Heights

Crescent Heights is a small neighborhood less than two miles away from Downtown St. Petersburg—and the area’s best-kept secret! This charming community is bordered by the neighborhoods of Allendale Park/Five Points to the north, Historic Old Northeast to the east, Crescent Lake to the south, and Greater Woodlawn to the west. Crescent Heights has seen growing popularity in the last few years because of its quiet streets with plenty of trees, beautiful homes, and great location. This neighborhood is just minutes away from the city, from parks and green spaces, and the waterfront!

Crescent Heights
Pinellas County
St Petersburg

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Crescent Heights

Crescent Heights is bordered by the following streets: 30th Avenue North, the I-92, 22nd Avenue North, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North. This tight-knit community has become a desirable place to live for its walkable, tree-lined streets and safe atmosphere—which also attracts many families and those with dogs. Crescent Heights has all the qualities of a private, suburban area while still being close to the downtown core.

Crescent Heights, FL Real Estate

Crescent Heights is a growing neighborhood that appeals to many, and its warm, welcoming atmosphere has contributed to its popularity. This neighborhood has a neighborhood association (Crescent Heights Neighborhood Association or CHNA) that plans events and meetings, and helps maintain the vibrant community.

In regards to the real estate market in Crescent Heights, the single-family homes for sale can range in price point. This neighborhood has a lot of different home styles, from quaint bungalows to renovated multi-story homes. Newer, revitalized homes sell at much higher price points, however you won’t find ultra-contemporary architecture in this area. Instead, the new, luxury residences in Crescent Heights borrow a lot of traditional design elements. There are also a select number of multi-family homes for sale. 

There are also quite a few older homes, built in the early to mid-1900s, that have maintained their charming exterior features but been modernized on the inside. This extends to the actual streets themselves in Crescent Heights, too, as some of them are not paved but cobblestone instead. 

This neighborhood’s other desirable feature is the gorgeous, mature streets that line the sidewalks. Crescent Heights is a wonderful community for those who love to take early-morning jogs or for those who have furry friends. Families also like this area because of its safety and security.