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National Register of Historic Places listings in Pinellas County, Florida

Location of Pinellas County in Florida

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Pinellas County, Florida.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 72 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark. Another 3 properties were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 3, 2020. [2]
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Contents: Counties in Florida   (non-linked contain no National Register listings)
Alachua - Baker - Bay - Bradford - Brevard - Broward - Calhoun - Charlotte - Citrus - Clay - Collier - Columbia - DeSoto - Dixie - Duval - Escambia - Flagler - Franklin - Gadsden - Gilchrist - Glades - Gulf - Hamilton - Hardee - Hendry - Hernando - Highlands - Hillsborough (Tampa) - Holmes - Indian River - Jackson - Jefferson - Lafayette - Lake - Lee - Leon - Levy - Liberty - Madison - Manatee - Marion - Martin - Miami-Dade (Miami) - Monroe - Nassau - Okaloosa - Okeechobee - Orange - Osceola - Palm Beach - Pasco - Pinellas - Polk - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Sarasota - Seminole - Sumter - Suwannee - Taylor - Union - Volusia - Wakulla - Walton - Washington

Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alexander Hotel November 1, 1984

(#84000200)
535 Central Avenue

27°46′16″N 82°38′28″W  /  27.771111°N 82.641111°W  / 27.771111; -82.641111  (Alexander Hotel)
St. Petersburg
2 Abercrombie Site Complex October 11, 2019

(#100004520)
Address Restricted

St. Petersburg
3 Anclote Key Lighthouse April 1, 1999

(#99000410)
Southern end of Anclote Key Island

28°10′00″N 82°50′42″W  /  28.166667°N 82.845°W  / 28.166667; -82.845  (Anclote Key Lighthouse)
Anclote Key Island
4 Andrews Memorial Chapel July 31, 1972

(#72000346)
Buena Vista and San Mateo

28°02′03″N 82°47′03″W  /  28.034305°N 82.784282°W  / 28.034305; -82.784282  (Andrews Memorial Chapel)
Dunedin
5 Arcade Hotel January 12, 1984

(#84000943)
210 Pinellas Avenue

28°08′40″N 82°45′24″W  /  28.144444°N 82.756667°W  / 28.144444; -82.756667  (Arcade Hotel)
Tarpon Springs
6 N. G. Arfaras Sponge Packing House April 10, 1991

(#91000412)
26 West Park Street

28°09′00″N 82°45′26″W  /  28.15°N 82.757222°W  / 28.15; -82.757222  (N. G. Arfaras Sponge Packing House)
Tarpon Springs
7 Bay Pines Site (8Pi64) February 23, 1983

(#83001443)
Address Restricted

Bay Pines
8 Bay Pines Veterans Administration Home and Hospital Historic District June 27, 2012

(#12000363)
10000 Bay Pines Blvd.

27°48′49″N 82°46′41″W  /  27.81361°N 82.778056°W  / 27.81361; -82.778056  (Bay Pines Veterans Administration Home and Hospital Historic District)
Bay Pines United States Second Generation Veterans Hospitals MPS
9 Willis S. Blatchley House September 23, 2009

(#09000747)
232 Lee Street

28°01′11″N 82°47′24″W  /  28.019758°N 82.790021°W  / 28.019758; -82.790021  (Willis S. Blatchley House)
Dunedin
10 Boone House July 3, 1986

(#86001457)
601 Fifth Avenue North

27°46′38″N 82°38′31″W  /  27.777222°N 82.641944°W  / 27.777222; -82.641944  (Boone House)
St. Petersburg
11 Casa Coe da Sol July 17, 1980

(#80000963)
510 Park Street

27°46′39″N 82°44′46″W  /  27.7775°N 82.746111°W  / 27.7775; -82.746111  (Casa Coe da Sol)
St. Petersburg
12 Casa De Muchas Flores January 31, 1985

(#85000160)
1446 Park Street North

27°47′11″N 82°45′09″W  /  27.786389°N 82.7525°W  / 27.786389; -82.7525  (Casa De Muchas Flores)
St. Petersburg
13 Central High School August 1, 1984

(#84000946)
2501-5th Avenue North

27°46′40″N 82°40′06″W  /  27.777778°N 82.668333°W  / 27.777778; -82.668333  (Central High School)
St. Petersburg Now part of St. Petersburg High School
14 Cleveland Street Post Office August 7, 1980

(#80000962)
650 Cleveland Street

27°57′56″N 82°47′50″W  /  27.965556°N 82.797222°W  / 27.965556; -82.797222  (Cleveland Street Post Office)
Clearwater
15 Cycadia Cemetery March 20, 2019

(#100003522)
1105 E. Tarpon Ave.

28°08′47″N 82°44′21″W  /  28.1465°N 82.7391°W  / 28.1465; -82.7391  (Cycadia Cemetery)
Tarpon Springs
16 Dennis Hotel April 17, 1986

(#86000804)
326 First Avenue North

27°46′12″N 82°37′33″W  /  27.77°N 82.625833°W  / 27.77; -82.625833  (Dennis Hotel)
St. Petersburg
17 Domestic Science and Manual Training School October 14, 1999

(#99001250)
440–442 Second Avenue North

27°46′22″N 82°38′22″W  /  27.772778°N 82.639444°W  / 27.772778; -82.639444  (Domestic Science and Manual Training School)
St. Petersburg
18 Don Ce Sar Hotel April 3, 1975

(#75000563)
3400 Gulf Boulevard

27°42′32″N 82°44′15″W  /  27.708889°N 82.7375°W  / 27.708889; -82.7375  (Don Ce Sar Hotel)
St. Pete Beach
19 J. O. Douglas House November 29, 1979

(#79000691)
209 Scotland Street

28°00′38″N 82°47′29″W  /  28.010556°N 82.791389°W  / 28.010556; -82.791389  (J. O. Douglas House)
Dunedin
20 Downtown St. Petersburg Historic District April 30, 2004

(#04000364)
Bounded by 5th Avenue North, Beach Drive Northeast, Central Avenue, and 9th Street North

27°46′34″N 82°38′19″W  /  27.776111°N 82.638611°W  / 27.776111; -82.638611  (Downtown St. Petersburg Historic District)
St. Petersburg
21 Duchess (Sponge Hooking Boat) August 2, 1990

(#90001133)
Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks at Dodecanese Boulevard

28°09′19″N 82°45′43″W  /  28.155278°N 82.761944°W  / 28.155278; -82.761944  (Duchess (Sponge Hooking Boat))
Tarpon Springs Part of the Tarpon Springs Sponge Boats MPS
22 Dunedin Isles Golf Club Golf Course June 4, 2014

(#14000283)
1050 Palm Blvd.

28°02′30″N 82°46′37″W  /  28.0416957°N 82.7768169°W  / 28.0416957; -82.7768169  (Dunedin Isles Golf Club Golf Course)
Dunedin
23 First Methodist Church of St. Petersburg September 13, 1990

(#90001433)
212 Third Street, North

27°46′31″N 82°38′15″W  /  27.775278°N 82.6375°W  / 27.775278; -82.6375  (First Methodist Church of St. Petersburg)
St. Petersburg
24 Fort Desoto Batteries December 2, 1977

(#77000407)
8 miles (13 km) south of St. Petersburg on Mullet Key

27°36′53″N 82°44′13″W  /  27.614722°N 82.736944°W  / 27.614722; -82.736944  (Fort Desoto Batteries)
St. Petersburg
25 George N. Cretekos (Sponge Diving Boat) August 3, 1990

(#90001135)
Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks at Dodecanese Boulevard

28°09′19″N 82°45′43″W  /  28.155278°N 82.761944°W  / 28.155278; -82.761944  (George N. Cretekos (Sponge Diving Boat))
Tarpon Springs Part of the Tarpon Springs Sponge Boats MPS
26 Green-Richman Arcade January 30, 1998

(#98000027)
689 Central Avenue

27°46′17″N 82°38′37″W  /  27.771389°N 82.643611°W  / 27.771389; -82.643611  (Green-Richman Arcade)
St. Petersburg
27 Gulfport Casino August 8, 2014

(#14000477)
5500 Shore Blvd.

27°44′15″N 82°42′28″W  /  27.7376°N 82.7078°W  / 27.7376; -82.7078  (Gulfport Casino)
Gulfport
28 Harbor Oaks Residential District March 15, 1988

(#87002133)
Roughly bounded by Druid Road, South Fort Harrison Avenue, Lotus Path, & Clearwater Harbor

27°57′21″N 82°48′11″W  /  27.955833°N 82.803056°W  / 27.955833; -82.803056  (Harbor Oaks Residential District)
Clearwater
29 James Henry House April 16, 2013

(#13000164)
950 12th St., N.

27°46′54″N 82°39′04″W  /  27.781798°N 82.651081°W  / 27.781798; -82.651081  (James Henry House)
St. Petersburg
30 Huggins-Stengel Field August 27, 2019

(#100004348)
1320 5th St. North

27°47′09″N 82°38′24″W  /  27.7858°N 82.6401°W  / 27.7858; -82.6401  (Huggins-Stengel Field)
St. Petersburg
31 Ingleside April 28, 1992

(#92000405)
333 South Bayshore Boulevard

27°59′18″N 82°41′25″W  /  27.988333°N 82.690278°W  / 27.988333; -82.690278  (Ingleside)
Safety Harbor
32 Louis Johnson Building December 3, 1987

(#87001632)
161 First Street, Southwest

27°54′55″N 82°47′19″W  /  27.915278°N 82.788611°W  / 27.915278; -82.788611  (Louis Johnson Building)
Largo
33 Jungle Prada Site February 4, 2003

(#03000007)
Address Restricted

27°47′19″N 82°45′08″W  /  27.788611°N 82.752222°W  / 27.788611; -82.752222  (Jungle Prada Site)
St. Petersburg
34 Kenwood Historic District August 4, 2003

(#03000729)
Roughly bounded by 9th Avenue, 19th Street, 1st Avenue, 31st Street, 5th Ave, and 34th Street

27°40′40″N 82°41′08″W  /  27.677778°N 82.685556°W  / 27.677778; -82.685556  (Kenwood Historic District)
St. Petersburg
35 S. H. Kress and Company Building October 1, 2001

(#01001057)
475 Central Avenue

27°46′15″N 82°38′25″W  /  27.770833°N 82.640278°W  / 27.770833; -82.640278  (S. H. Kress and Company Building)
St. Petersburg
36 Maximo Beach Site October 11, 2019

(#100004521)
Address Restricted

St. Petersburg
37 John & Florence McKeage House April 9, 2013

(#13000145)
209 Park St., S.

27°46′08″N 82°44′29″W  /  27.768905°N 82.741465°W  / 27.768905; -82.741465  (John & Florence McKeage House)
St. Petersburg
38 E. R. Meres Sponge Packing House April 10, 1991

(#91000411)
106 Read Street

28°08′57″N 82°45′42″W  /  28.149167°N 82.761667°W  / 28.149167; -82.761667  (E. R. Meres Sponge Packing House)
Tarpon Springs
39 Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church February 3, 2000

(#99000802)
600 Jones Street

27°58′08″N 82°47′54″W  /  27.968889°N 82.798333°W  / 27.968889; -82.798333  (Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Clearwater
40 N. K. Symi (Sponge Diving Boat) August 2, 1990

(#90001132)
Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks at Dodecanese Boulevard

28°09′19″N 82°45′43″W  /  28.155278°N 82.761944°W  / 28.155278; -82.761944  (N. K. Symi (Sponge Diving Boat))
Tarpon Springs Part of the Tarpon Springs Sponge Boats MPS
41 North Shore Historic District February 20, 2003

(#03000040)
Bounded by 4th Street, 5th Avenue, Tampa Bay, and 30th Ave

27°47′17″N 82°37′58″W  /  27.788056°N 82.632778°W  / 27.788056; -82.632778  (North Shore Historic District)
St. Petersburg
42 Old Belleair Town Hall May 6, 1994

(#94000421)
903 Ponce de Leon Boulevard

27°56′05″N 82°48′14″W  /  27.934722°N 82.803889°W  / 27.934722; -82.803889  (Old Belleair Town Hall)
Belleair
43 Old Pinellas County Courthouse June 25, 1992

(#92000828)
315 Court Street

27°57′43″N 82°48′05″W  /  27.961944°N 82.801389°W  / 27.961944; -82.801389  (Old Pinellas County Courthouse)
Clearwater
44 Old Tarpon Springs City Hall August 10, 1990

(#90001117)
101 South Pinellas Avenue

28°08′42″N 82°45′24″W  /  28.145°N 82.756667°W  / 28.145; -82.756667  (Old Tarpon Springs City Hall)
Tarpon Springs
45 Old Tarpon Springs High School October 11, 1990

(#90001538)
324 East Pine Street

28°09′02″N 82°45′06″W  /  28.150556°N 82.751667°W  / 28.150556; -82.751667  (Old Tarpon Springs High School)
Tarpon Springs
46 Pass-a-Grille Historic District October 19, 1989

(#89001734)
Roughly bounded by 12th Avenue, Gulf Boulevard, 4th Avenue, and Gulf Avenue

27°41′17″N 82°44′14″W  /  27.688056°N 82.737222°W  / 27.688056; -82.737222  (Pass-a-Grille Historic District)
St. Pete Beach There was a boundary increase on September 15, 2003 (refnum 03000943)
47 Potter House June 13, 1986

(#86001258)
577 Second Street South

27°45′51″N 82°38′09″W  /  27.764167°N 82.635833°W  / 27.764167; -82.635833  (Potter House)
St. Petersburg Demolished by 1990[6]
48 Princess Mound Site October 10, 2019

(#100004522)
Address Restricted

St. Petersburg vicinity
49 Donald Roebling Estate December 19, 1979

(#79000689)
700 Orange Avenue

27°57′27″N 82°48′17″W  /  27.9575°N 82.804722°W  / 27.9575; -82.804722  (Donald Roebling Estate)
Clearwater
50 Rose Hill Cemetery March 7, 2017

(#100000711)
0 Jasmine Avenue

28°08′55″N 82°44′06″W  /  28.148545°N 82.735042°W  / 28.148545; -82.735042  (Rose Hill Cemetery)
Tarpon Springs
51 Roser Park Historic District April 1, 1998

(#98000295)
Roughly bounded by 5th and 9th Streets South and 6th and 11th Avenues South

27°45′35″N 82°38′31″W  /  27.759722°N 82.641944°W  / 27.759722; -82.641944  (Roser Park Historic District)
St. Petersburg
52 Maurice and Thelma Rothman House February 27, 2013

(#13000034)
1018 Park St., N.

27°46′54″N 82°44′57″W  /  27.781588°N 82.749122°W  / 27.781588; -82.749122  (Maurice and Thelma Rothman House)
St. Petersburg
53 Round Lake Historic District September 29, 2003

(#03000824)
Roughly 5th Avenue, 9th Street, 13th Avenue, and 4th Street

27°46′51″N 82°38′28″W  /  27.780810°N 82.641185°W  / 27.780810; -82.641185  (Round Lake Historic District)
St. Petersburg
54 Safety Harbor Site October 15, 1966

(#66000270)
Address Restricted

28°00′27″N 82°40′48″W  /  28.0075°N 82.68°W  / 28.0075; -82.68  (Safety Harbor Site)
Safety Harbor
55 Safford House October 16, 1974

(#74000654)
Parken Place

28°08′53″N 82°45′36″W  /  28.148056°N 82.76°W  / 28.148056; -82.76  (Safford House)
Tarpon Springs
56 St. Nicholas III (Sponge Diving Boat) August 3, 1990

(#90001136)
Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks at Dodecanese Boulevard

28°09′19″N 82°45′43″W  /  28.155278°N 82.761944°W  / 28.155278; -82.761944  (St. Nicholas III (Sponge Diving Boat))
Tarpon Springs Part of the Tarpon Springs Sponge Boats MPS
57 St. Nicholas VI (Sponge Diving Boat) August 3, 1990

(#90001134)
Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks at Dodecanese Boulevard

28°09′19″N 82°45′43″W  /  28.155278°N 82.761944°W  / 28.155278; -82.761944  (St. Nicholas VI (Sponge Diving Boat))
Tarpon Springs Part of the Tarpon Springs Sponge Boats MPS
58 St. Petersburg Lawn Bowling Club July 9, 1980

(#80004602)
536 4th Avenue, North

27°46′33″N 82°38′27″W  /  27.775833°N 82.640833°W  / 27.775833; -82.640833  (St. Petersburg Lawn Bowling Club)
St. Petersburg
59 St. Petersburg Public Library June 13, 1986

(#86001259)
280 Fifth Street North

27°46′29″N 82°38′26″W  /  27.774722°N 82.640556°W  / 27.774722; -82.640556  (St. Petersburg Public Library)
St. Petersburg
60 St. Petersburg Woman's Club July 15, 1994

(#94000708)
40 Snell Isle Boulevard

27°47′34″N 82°38′10″W  /  27.792778°N 82.636111°W  / 27.792778; -82.636111  (St. Petersburg Woman's Club)
St. Petersburg
61 Sanitary Public Market June 27, 2002

(#02000680)
1825 4th Street North

27°47′24″N 82°38′18″W  /  27.79°N 82.638333°W  / 27.79; -82.638333  (Sanitary Public Market)
St. Petersburg
62 Snell Arcade November 4, 1982

(#82001037)
405 Central Avenue

27°46′16″N 82°38′20″W  /  27.771111°N 82.638889°W  / 27.771111; -82.638889  (Snell Arcade)
St. Petersburg
63 South Ward School June 18, 1979

(#79000690)
610 South Fort Harrison Avenue

27°57′29″N 82°48′02″W  /  27.958056°N 82.800556°W  / 27.958056; -82.800556  (South Ward School)
Clearwater
64 Studebaker Building July 5, 1985

(#85001485)
600 Fourth Street South

27°45′49″N 82°38′18″W  /  27.763611°N 82.638333°W  / 27.763611; -82.638333  (Studebaker Building)
St. Petersburg
65 Sunset Hotel November 24, 2014

(#14000952)
7401 Central Ave.

27°46′17″N 82°44′28″W  /  27.771305°N 82.741007°W  / 27.771305; -82.741007  (Sunset Hotel)
St. Petersburg
66 Tarpon Springs Greektown Historic District June 2, 2014

(#14000321)
Bounded by Dodecanese & Roosevelt Blvds., W. Tarpon & N. Pinellas Aves.

28°09′08″N 82°45′36″W  /  28.1521461°N 82.7600243°W  / 28.1521461; -82.7600243  (Tarpon Springs Greektown Historic District)
Tarpon Springs
67 Tarpon Springs Historic District December 6, 1990

(#90001762)
Roughly bounded by Read Street, Hibiscus Street, Orange Street, Levis Avenue, Lemon Street, and Spring Bayou

28°09′04″N 82°47′13″W  /  28.151111°N 82.786944°W  / 28.151111; -82.786944  (Tarpon Springs Historic District)
Tarpon Springs
68 U.S. Post Office April 4, 1975

(#75000564)
Southwestern corner of 1st Avenue North and 4th Street North

27°46′17″N 82°38′21″W  /  27.771389°N 82.639167°W  / 27.771389; -82.639167  (U.S. Post Office)
St. Petersburg
69 Veillard House October 29, 1982

(#82001038)
262 North 4th Avenue

27°46′34″N 82°38′24″W  /  27.776111°N 82.64°W  / 27.776111; -82.64  (Veillard House)
St. Petersburg
70 Vinoy Park Hotel September 11, 1978

(#78000955)
501 Fifth Avenue Northeast

27°46′41″N 82°37′44″W  /  27.778056°N 82.628889°W  / 27.778056; -82.628889  (Vinoy Park Hotel)
St. Petersburg
71 Weedon Island Site June 13, 1972

(#72000347)
Address Restricted

27°50′42″N 82°36′07″W  /  27.845°N 82.601944°W  / 27.845; -82.601944  (Weedon Island Site)
St. Petersburg
72 John C. Williams House April 24, 1975

(#75000565)
444 5th Avenue South

27°45′55″N 82°38′23″W  /  27.765278°N 82.639722°W  / 27.765278; -82.639722  (John C. Williams House)
St. Petersburg

Former listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Belleview-Biltmore Hotel December 26, 1979

(#79000687)
October 2, 2017 Off State Road 697

27°56′37″N 82°49′06″W  /  27.943611°N 82.818333°W  / 27.943611; -82.818333  (Belleview-Biltmore Hotel)
Clearwater Mostly torn down. Pieces of the original structure were kept and are being utilized for other purposes.
2 Louis Ducros House July 2, 1979

(#79000688)
September 2, 2009 622 Belleview Boulevard

27°56′41″N 82°47′50″W  /  27.9447°N 82.7972°W  / 27.9447; -82.7972  (Louis Ducros House)
Clearwater Relocated from original address at 1324 South Fort Harrison Street.[7]
3 Tarpon Springs Sponge Exchange July 24, 1972

(#72000348)
October 10, 1984 Dodecanese St.

Tarpon Springs

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 3, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ An Active Harbor for a Growing City (1920-1939), University of South Florida St. Petersburg
  7. ^ New life for historic pink house in ClearwaterArchived 2009-01-07 at the Wayback Machine, Eileen Schulte, November 16, 2008
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