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Hampton Terrace Historic District

Hampton Terrace National Register Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

Hampton Terrace is bounded roughly by Hillsborough Boulevard on the South, Hanna Avenue on the North, 15th Street on the East, and Nebraska Ave on the West. It contains every architecturally significant home style of the 1920's, 1930's, and 1940's (except Prairie style) in a very small, walkable area.

Lake Roberta is located within the District; it is one of a few natural lakes found within the City of Tampa. There are more than 300 private residences in the District. The Hampton Terrace neighborhood is one of several Historic Districts located within the Seminole Heights subdivision. Hampton Terrace has a neighborhood watch program and a homeowners' association


  • Giddens Park
  • I-275 Access.
  • Seminole Garden Center
  • Hillsborough River
  • Lowry Park / Boat Ramp

Hampton Terrace Historic District Map

Street Names
11th Street North • 12th Street North • 13th Street North • 15th Street North • 9th Street North • Clifton Street East • Comanche Avenue East • Floravista Avenue • Hanna Avenue East • Henry Avenue East • Hillsborough Avenue East • Idlewild Avenue East • Mohawk Avenue East • Nebraska Avenue North • Orange Blossom Avenue • Paris Street East • Powhatan Avenue East • Roberta Circle • Route 41 • Route 45 • Route 92

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