As far as quintessential ‘hoods go, Historic Kenwood ranks among St Pete’s most tried and true. The red brick streets are quiet, tree-lined, and walkable to just about all you could ever want for. Yes, this is city living at its best. This stately bungalow is located in the heart of said ‘hood, so it goes without saying, the old “location, location, location!” adage really rings true here. From this spot, you can easily walk to an ever-growing selection of shops, coffee, yoga, restaurants and bars. Culture? We’ve got it. The neighborhood is an Artist Enclave, meaning you can make and sell your wares right out the front (or back) door. Not enough? Walk on over to the crown jewel of St Pete’s art scene, the Warehouse Arts District, overflowing with artists and makers filling galleries and studios with their handiwork. Built in 1911, this home has retained much of its original charm (see: brick fireplace, hardwood floors, and cozy built-ins), and it’s been outfitted with some modern luxuries to bring her into the 21st century (the crisp, sparkling pool, dreamy kitchen, and lush, tropic-inspired master bath are all welcome additions). What’s more, the unfinished attic provides ample space for storage. 2-car garage and alley access? City living just got sooooo easy. The back yard, fire pit, and oversize pool deck are perfect for outdoor hangs, and the front porch is prime porch party real estate. To top it all off, above the 2-car garage, the updated 1 bedroom apartment is the perfect spot for snowbird visitors, or a year-round resident. Oh, and dare we mention, it was a crowd favorite on the Historic Kenwood BungalowFest 2016 tour. Call us up, then call it home.