The Kenwood Historic District (known as Historic Kenwood) is a US historic district located in St. Petersburg, Florida. The district, located immediately west of Downtown, is bound by 9th Avenue North, 1st Avenue North, 20th Street North (adjacent to I-275) and 34th Street North. It contains 2203 historic buildings. Grand Central is within its boundaries.
The housing in Historic Kenwood is typical of St. Petersburg development from the 1920s through the 1950s. The Kenwood Historic District is a 375-acre residential area best known for its historic bungalows. It contains a variety of residential architectural styles 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 of some sort (typically Craftsman) constitute more than 50 percent of the homes.
St. Petersburg High School (1926), listed on the National Register of Historic Places, sits in the heart of Historic Kenwood along 5th Avenue North.
Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
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Updated: 23rd August, 2019 11:42 AM.