Euclid-St Paul's

Euclid St. Paul’s Neighborhood is a residential section of St. Petersburg, Florida which began to be developed in the 1920s in a former orange grove. The neighborhood has a mixture of home styles and sizes, and the Pinellas County Schools headquarters are located there. Bill Freehan, later an all-star catcher for Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers, first played football as a member of a team at a former Catholic high school in the neighborhood. Over the last 15 years, Euclid St Paul’s area has undergone major revitalization. It is now one of St. Petersburg, Florida’s most desirable neighborhoods. While the price per square foot has gone up significantly in Euclid St Paul’s, homes in need of work frequently appear on the market at an excellent value.

Neighborhood statistics for Euclid St Pauls.

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Euclid St Pauls Neighborhood

Historic bungalow homes, St Petersburg, Florida

The Euclid St. Paul’s Neighborhood began as an orange grove in 1912 in a part of town most residents regarded as “out in the country.” Co-owned by Mary Eaton, the founder of the St. Petersburg Memorial Historical Society, the 20-acre (81,000 m2) grove was bounded by MLK (then known as Euclid Blvd.) and 12th Streets and 14th and 15th Avenues.

A few homes were constructed in the neighborhood prior to the land boom. One of the oldest homes in the neighborhood, located at 12th Street and 10th Avenue, was built in 1917 as a grand mansion but was used in later years as a sanitarium. Another old home in the neighborhood, located on 19th Avenue and 11th Street, served as a bunkhouse for Eaton’s orange pickers.

John B. Green, a developer, purchased the land in 1921 and began developing it into an exclusive neighborhood of various architectural styles. The first subdivisions were Edina-Garden of Eden, Hilcrest, and Old Kentucky. Minimum dollar values and square-foot restrictions were placed on the homes constructed. The homeowner’s association at the time designated that homes along 15th Avenue were to be worth at least $6,000 (a hefty price tag for the 1920s) and contain a minimum of 6 rooms exclusive of bathrooms, closets and porches.

During St. Petersburg’s land boom of the 1920s, Euclid Place, as it was originally called, continued to grow. The neighborhood spread on the east from 9th Street North (formerly Euclid Boulevard) west to 16th Street North, and from 13th and 14th Avenues northward to 22nd Avenue. As development continued, smaller houses were built. After a period of decline beginning in the 1950’s, a period of revitalization began in the 1990’s and continues today. Euclid St Pauls homes for sale today include both original early 20th century bungalow and modern homes.

Euclid St Paul’s Public Schools

  • Woodlawn Elementary School, 1600 16th St. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713 – Enrollment 2014-2015 was 423 students
  • John Hopkins Middle School, 701 16th St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712 – Enrollment 2015-2016 was 919 students
  • St. Petersburg HIghSchool, 2501 5th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713 – Enrollment 2013-2014 was 2,298 students

Please check confirm correct zoning with the Pinellas County School Board as zoning can change for Euclid St Pauls homes.

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Private Schools Near Euclid St Pauls Homes For Sale

Parks

  • Woodlawn Park and Youth Soccer
  • Crescent Lake Park

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Housing and Population Statistics

The Euclid St Pauls real estate market has mostly older, early twentieth century bungalow and craftsman homes and with a few newer built homes and over 1,000 homes built prior to 1949.  The real estate market also has a nice range of housing prices, ranging from $100,000’s up to $500,000+.  The median price for homes in all of St. Petersburg, Florida is around $185,000 with the highest percentage being built prior to 1980.

Housing and Population Statistics

As of 2015, Euclid St Pauls population was 3,174 people.  Since 2000, Euclid St Paul’s has had a increase in population of 9.02 percent.

The median age for Euclid St Pauls is 41 with 26.6% of people are married with children.  The average household size is 2.7 people. In 2015, 45% of residents had a bachelors degree or higher.

Below is a list of Euclid St Pauls homes for sale.  This is only a partial list of the homes currently on the market.

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