Coffee Pot Bayou - Real Estate in Pinellas County, Saint Petersburg, FL
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About Coffee Pot Bayou
Located within the Snell Isle neighborhood, Coffee Pot Bayou is a popular and convincing place to live in downtown St. Pete.
Coffee Pot Bayou is located right in the hub of popular downtown St. Pete with fine restaurants, parks, museums and , hotels and boating.
St. Petersburg is often referred to by the local Tampa Bay residents as “St. Pete.” St. Pete-Clearwater International airport is conveniently located between St. Pete and Clearwater on the Roosevelt Boulevard exchange.
Downtown St. Pete has a sophisticated Old Florida feel with many of the historic bungalow homes and the famous Renaissance Vinoy Hotel and its Mediterranean Revival architecture of the 1920’s. The Dali Museum and the Holocaust Memorial are also located in the downtown area. Additionally, one will find modern condos, restaurants, bars and shopping.
Tony Jannus, believed to be the first commercial airline operator, flew passengers from Tampa to St. Pete. Downtown St. Pete. The popular music venue in the setting of downtown was named Jannus Landing after him.
St Pete is made up of smaller communities such as St. Pete Beach, Tierra Verde, Pasadena, Treasure Island, Madeira Beach and Indian Rocks Beach.
St. Pete is home to St. Petersburg College, Eckerd College and Stetson University College of Law.
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Client Testimonials from Sellers in Saint Petersburg, FL
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