Seminole Heights is famous for its historic Craftsman style bungalows and many buildings in the neighborhood were around in the early 1900s.
The longest stretch of Riverfront parkland in the city of Tampa lies in Seminole Heights, with Epps Park, Rivercrest Park, and several smaller parks which provide access to the Hillsborough River.
The area is also known for its support of private businesses and a large gay and lesbian population. In 2003, Southeast Seminole Heights was named Best Neighborhood in America by Neighborhoods USA.
This Old House Magazine ranked Seminole Heights among the best places to buy an old house for: Families, Green Thumbs, Cottages and Bungalows, Single Women Home buyers, Porch Sitters, Walkers, and The South. Overall, Seminole Heights was in the top eight of editors picks.
You can read the This Old House article here.
Seminole Heights boundaries are the Hillsborough River to the west and north, Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to the south and 22nd St. to the east.Seminole Heights neighborhood boundaries are the Hillsborough River to the west and north, Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to the south and 22nd St. to the east.