Welcome to Euclid St. Paul’s
A vibrant residential neighborhood with a breathtaking backdrop
Brick streets lined with lush trees set the stage for this tight-knit community northwest of Downtown. Close to both Crescent Lake Park and Woodland Park, Euclid St. Paul’s has plenty of greenspace for residents to enjoy. More affordable than many of the surrounding areas but still in a terrific location, Euclid St. Paul’s is an all-around charming neighborhood.
The neighborhood was developed from what was once an orange grove, and gorgeous, expansive residences were built during the land boom of the 1920s. However, as development continued, the need for upscale, mid-size homes became apparent, and Euclid St. Paul’s transformed into the charmingly accessible neighborhood it is today.
A main draw for Euclid St. Paul’s is its myriad historic homes that date back to the 1920s and have been restored to their original glory. Most are charming, single-family homes, and their eclectic styles give the neighborhood an exciting, eclectic feel. There is something here for a variety of tastes.
What to Love
- Historic homes and quaint brick streets
- Affordable housing
- Incredible location
- Abundant greenspace
Life in Euclid St. Paul’s is warm, full of friendly neighbors and charming local spots. Thanks to its accessibility in location and cost of living, many young families have moved in, bringing vibrant energy and enthusiasm with them. There are quaint community events and local shops, and it’s just a short trip to the amenities of the surrounding neighborhoods.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
There are a handful of local shops and restaurants along Martin Luther King Street, which makes up the eastern border of the neighborhood. While residents have options close at hand, they’re also close to the amenities of Historic Old Northeast and Downton St. Petersburg.
Start the day with a local favorite. Pineapple Espresso
serves small-batch roasted coffee and an array of delicious pastries. The Left Bank Bistro
is modeled after the French bistros of the 1920s. Enjoy a classic cocktail, great conversation, and one of the chef’s many fantastic French creations. For a casual, quick bite, order from the vast selection of beer and tacos on the menu at Casita Taqueria
Things to Do
The tight-knit community of Euclid St. Paul’s spills over into its community events and public spaces. With well-maintained and accessible parks and fun neighborhood jaunts, it’s easy to feel at home here.
Surrounded by beautiful banyan trees, Crescent Lake Park
is a gorgeous spot for recreation. Pick between the walking trails, tennis and pickleball courts, a playground, and a dog park. There’s free yoga in the park as well as other fitness programs
, and the park is home to the baseball field at Huggins Stengel Sports Center
Residents of Euclid St. Paul’s look forward to the annual Haunted Hike
, an iconic community event in which the entire neighborhood transforms into a spooky festival and residents dress up to tour through the streets.
Euclid St. Paul’s is served by Pinellas County Schools
, which has one of the highest graduation rates in the state and is home to many nationally recognized arts, music, STEM, and athletic programs.