Shady tree-lined streets, large, lovely homes and a sense of community pride all contribute to the uniqueness and desirability of this venerable neighborhood. The Woodlawn neighborhood is located on the north side of St. Petersburg and is comprised of well-kept homes from the 1920s as well as ones built in the 1940s and 50s. The majority of Woodlawn’s 625 homes are private residences with a limited number of rentals interspersed throughout the area. Architectural styles include traditional Bungalow, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and Frame or Masonry Vernacular. Most homes are one-story, generally containing 2-3 bedrooms, although many two-story houses, with 3-4 bedrooms are scattered throughout the area. Average estimated value of a single family house in the Woodlawn neighborhood in 2015 was $254,199.
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