Euclid St. Pauls
Euclid St. Paul's Neighborhood is a residential section of St. Petersburg, Florida which began to be properly developed for residential use in the 1920s out of what used to be a former orange grove. Originating in 1912, this part of town came to fruition in an area that most residents regarded as “out in the country.” The neighborhood has a mixture of home styles and sizes, and the Pinellas County Schools are headquartered therein.
The neighborhood encompasses 240 acres (0.97 km2) with boundaries that are major traffic arteries and commercial zones: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North on the east; and 16th Street North on the west, 22nd Avenue North on the north side, and 9th Avenue North forming the southern boundary. The neighborhood's close proximity to downtown St. Pete is a key benefit to homeowners there as the Central Avenue Business District, Tropicana Field and all the great restaurants, shopping, museums and waterfront parks are all within 2 miles of Euclid St. Paul's. Both St. Anthony's Hospital and Edward White Memorial Hospital are less than a mile away, as is access to Interstate-275.
Euclid St. Paul's contains diverse styles of homes and there are many nice parks nearby, including Booker Creek Park, Sprague Park, Huggins-Stengel Field, Stewart Field, Woodlawn Park, Crescent Lake Park, Round Lake Park, Mirror Lake Park, Blanc Park, and Euclid Lake Park. The Euclid St. Paul's Neighborhood Association is very active hosting events throughout the year. As St. Pete continues to grow west values in this neighborhood will grow commensurately.