Located just west of downtown St. Petersburg, Historic Kenwood is a 375 acre residential neighborhood best known for it’s historic bungalows and tree-lined brick streets It consists mostly of one-story and two-story single family homes constructed between 1912 and 1945, although lately we are seeing some teardown with newer, more modern homes being built here as well.
Historic outbuildings, such as garages and garage apartments, are also common in the Kenwood neighborhood. There are a variety of architectural styles represented in the district, including Frame and Masonry Vernacular, Craftsman Bungalow, Minimal Traditional, Tudor Revival, Mediterranean Revival, Colonial Revival, Ranch, Prairie, American Foursquare, Dutch Colonial Revival, Mission, and International. However, while many styles are evident, bungalows constitute more than 50 percent of the homes. Not all of these homes were built in their current locations: many of these Craftsman/bungalow style homes were relocated to the area in the 1930s from other neighborhoods in the city, helping to cement Historic Kenwood’s bungalow identity. Kenwood enthusiastically embraces the arts, and they actively cultivate an authentic, friendly culture where people are welcoming, diverse, and engaged.
The Kenwood Neighborhood Association actively promotes a wide range of activities aimed at making Historic Kenwood a better and better place to live and work. Kenwood is located immediately west of downtown, bounded by 9th Avenue North, 1st Avenue North, 19th Street North (adjacent to I-275) and 34th Street North. It contains 2,238 historic buildings, and Grand Central adjoins the district at its southern boundary.
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