This historic bungalow in St. Pete’s ‘Pink Streets’ district comes with arguably the best backyard in Tampa Bay


Called the "Newton House," this historic gem in St. Pete is an entire vibe in itself.

Located in St. Petersburg;s "Pink Streets" neighborhood at 7001 Bethel Way S., the 2,108-square-foot Spanish Mediterranean bungalow was built in 1925, but has witnessed some seriously impressive upgrades over the years.

The home has two-bedrooms and two-bathrooms and was built around a Mission-style courtyard, which has since been transformed into a fully-enclosed atrium. The Newton House still features the original cement Cuban tile floors, hardwood floors, and marble tile kitchen floors, and comes with a double-sided fireplace made with stone from Stone Mountain, Georgia.

But the best part of this estate is easily the backyard, which sports an 11-foot deep swimming pool, a resurfaced shuffleboard court, and an outdoor dining/entertaining area.

The home is currently asking $850,000 and the listing agents are Holland and Rightmyer of Premier Sothebys International Realty. 

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