"It's one of the last bastions of affordable housing in Tallahassee," Neighborhood Association President Rob Rinehart said.
"Right now we have three houses for sale for under $100,000.And several lots here are one-third of an acre, much bigger than most neighborhoods."
Most homes in Seminole Manor were constructed in the 1950s of cinderblock and stucko-and some show their age more than others.However, the neighborhood is perpetually growing and improving, Rinehart
said, with new homes being built all the time.Currently, Rinehart
is constructing a 2,600-square-foot three-bedroom home, in addition to other rental properties he
owns, in the neighborhood.
"Seminole Manor has great diversity," Rinehart
"We try very hard to take care of our community," said Rinehart
, a 25-year Seminole Manor resident.