Neighborhoods of Lincolnville and the St. Augustine Historic District South of King Street (SOKI)
If St. George Street is the bling of the Old City proper, Lincolnville and the area south of King Street is the substance. Home to Aviles Street, the oldest street in the United States, the Oldest House, and the National Guard barracks built on the site of a former Spanish monastary and the adjacent National Cemetery, this is the southern core of the Historic District of St. Augustine. This area also includes Lincolnville, an area pivotal in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. This are encompasses all the areas south of King, east of U.S. 1, west of the City Marina, and south along the bayfront all the way to River House. It includes the subdivisions of Buena Esperanza, the Genovar Addition, Dumas Tract, Atwood Tract, Keith Sub City, Bonita Bay, and Davis-Guarno. It also includes a large variety of condos for such a small area (The Views at Baypoint, Lakeview Condos, Lyon Condos, and a few smaller). This area is south of the Plaza all the way to the Council on Aging, around to Lake Maria Sanchez, then to Eddie Vickers Park and the Willie Gallimore Pool, up Riberia Street past the boat building facilites to the San Sebastian Winery.