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lakeside colony 601 #4

Built between 1947 and 1949, the apartment buildings known collectively as Lakeside Colony are located just across the street from the impeccably manicured Bartlett Park. Home to the St. Petersburg Tennis Center, 650 18th Ave S, Bartlett park includes a meandering sidewalk throughout the property.
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rail road 230 #1

Located across from St Petersburg's original water reservoir, Rail Road 230 is a 16 unit residential building. Located just two blocks off Central Ave!
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kentucky 610

Kentucky 610 is one of the most recently built homes in the TSP portfolio of properties. Built in 1977, it is a two bedroom one bath single family home with a spacious backyard.
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kentucky 1414

Originally built in 1924, this home has been renovated over the years by various owners. A charming loft feel with an open space on the ground floor.
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rail road 338 #7

Another location in Downtown St Petersburg! Built in 1947, this apartment building is three blocks from Central Avenue as well as all the attractions of downtown St Petersburg, USF, The Coliseum, Mahaffey Theater, Sundial, All Children's Hospital, the marina, Al Lang Field. Tropicana Field, several museums, art galleries numerous craft…
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water works 236 #2

This apartment combines the quiet solitude of Old Northeast with the charm of vintage living. Take a step back in time with original hardwood floors, cast iron bathtubs with porcelain interiors on claw foot pedestals and clapboard siding.
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lakeside colony 1716

minutes from downtown, this apartment in the lakeside colony has updated amenities and across the street from the saint petersburg tennis center.

water works 236 #11

Reside in a serene neighborhood in Old Northeast! Located just blocks from downtown and a short walk to North Shore Park, this charming building was built in 1925 and had 9 apartments. An addition in 1950 added 5 apartments.
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connecticut 215 #4

This Masonry Vernacular apartment building was constructed in 1919 for an estimated $17,000. Contractor Ed Woodward was hired to build the Poulson Apartments. E.T. and J. Poulson owned the building in the 1950s and 1960s. The building remains an excellent example of an early twentieth century apartment building with three-story…
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kentucky 699

Beautiful 2 BR/ 1 BA with hardwood Floors, central a/c, slate tile kitchen and washer/dryer hookups. Minutes from downtown Saint Petersburg including USF, All Children's Hospital, the world's best Shuffleboard court, and the Saint Petersburg Yacht Club. Take advantage of all the museums as well as local shopping and dining!