Snell Isle is a desirable waterfront neighborhood in northeast St Petersburg, just a few minutes from downtown St Pete. Usually considered an island since it runs from the Snell Isle bridge to the Shore Acres bridge, it’s actually an irregular peninsula since it’s connected by land to 34th Ave NE. Well landscaped with winding roads, this is a peaceful neighborhood. Perry Snell began development in 1925 with classic European styles, and travelled throughout Europe to bring back statuary and ornaments. His statues of panthers and such still mark the street corners. Many of the new homes built in the 2000s mimic the Mediterranean architecture. Interior “retirement” homes with 1,000 sq ft may sell as low as the mid $300,000s with 6,000+ sq ft waterfront homes selling over $4,000,000. Currently homes are available from $300,000 – $7,000,000.
Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn't here.