An island of tranquility and grand estates. Each residence offers a unique and crafted style, with abundant tropical color and verdant palms. Mature trees provide shade for the quiet, wide streets and waterfront lots abound.
A spectacular walk along Coffeepot Bayou brings you to the colorful events offered by downtown St. Pete, yet you can easily exile from the bustle in the haven that is Snell Isle. From the famous Brightwaters Blvd. and its pristine and immaculately maintained residences, to the peaceful offshoot streets winding throughout the isle, the right home—or plot ready for personalized construction—awaits you.
Home to the Vinoy Golf Club, The Saint Petersburg Women’s Club and the thriving local Snell Isle Property Owner’s Association, there is no shortage of social and community opportunities. For the boat lovers, there are a multitude of estates featuring private docks, and also a nearby marina.
Snell Isle is a true residential neighborhood. Once you cross the Snell Isle Bridge, you’ll feel right at home and at peace. Many residents walk during the evenings, taking in the beautifully-lit homes and gardens. It is a delight to live in such a paradise.
Light-filled new construction, traditional mansions, and vast family homes lace the waterfront lots. There are even a few empty lots ready for the ultimate customized home to be built. You will also find smaller single family block homes in the interior of the isle, As you meander the pleasant Snell neighborhood, you will spot white statues, each inspired by Europe and put in place in the 1920s.
The newer homes available on Snell Isle tend to be multi-storey, and embody a variety of designs from contemporary, energy-efficient homes to traditional homes to European in flair. You will also find the intricate and ornate features associated with Italianate and French-style homes. The extremely popular hacienda-style, red tile roofs and heavy wooden doors of large Mediterranean homes are also found here, as are Spanish, Mission Revival and Colonial-style residences. From homes built in 1920s, through to the 60s, and to today, there is a style for everyone here.
Excellent schools are to be found on and nearby Snell Isle, including Canterbury, St. Raphael’s, Shorecrest and LCC.
Just five minutes from I275, fantastic restaurants, and high-end grocery stores!
Considering a move to St. Pete’s premier residential neighborhood? Engage Snell Isle real estate experts, Tammy Campbell-Plummer and Carole Merritt, to help you find the best home for you. Selling a Snell Isle home? Count on CPM for distinguished service and expertise.