Sea Isle Park Neighborhood Association (SIPNA)

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Sea Isle Park Neighborhood Association (SIPNA)


Neighborhood Is a Tranquil Island

The Sea Isle Park Neighborhood is a community of approximately 3,000 homes nestled into the curve of I-240, south of the Southern Railroad and east of Mt. Moriah Road in East Memphis. The neighborhood is a place of rolling hills, mature trees and comfortable homes where many families have lived through three generations.

Most of the community's homes are single family, of brick construction and surrounded by large, well-kept yards; however, several infill developments offer a variety of housing choices. The value of homes ranges from $90,000 starter homes to $300,000 to $400,000 estates. In addition to the single family homes, there is one luxury high rise condominium complex on Park Avenue and several smaller apartment and condominium properties. There is ample opportunity for residents to stay in the neighborhood--downsize, "move up not out" or "improve, don't move".

Many Sea Isle residents are older people who moved into the area in the 1950s and 1960s. There is, however, a growing population of young families attracted to the neighborhood by its well built homes, public and private elementary schools, numerous churches, neighborhood park and convenient, central location.

At the heart of the community, geographically and socially, is the Sea Isle School/Park property where neighbors often meet and greet at the school, around the one mile walking trail, on the soccer fields, baseball diamond or playground. The McWherter Senior Citizen, named after former governor Ned McWherter's mother, is also located here. The school, park and senior center are all unifying forces as well as valuable amenities that attract new residents to the community.

Convenient shopping is located within the neighborhood boundaries--almost within walking distance of all residents. Eastgate Shopping Center, at Park Avenue and White Station Road, houses a Stein Mart, Burlington Coat Factory, TJ Maxx, Ikes and a variety of restaurants and small shops. Home Depot and Schnuck's are located on Truse Parkway behind Eastgate. Several smaller commercial centers at Quince and White Station, Yorkshire and Quince, and south of Park Avenue across from Eastgate offer shopping convenience. There are also several small office complexes including the Estate Office Park just south of the railroad.

In addition to internal recreation and shopping, Sea Isle is within ten minutes of Theatre Memphis, Audubon Park, Memphis Botanic Garden, Dixon Gallery and Garden, Lichterman Nature Center, and Oak Court Mall. St. Francis Hospital is in plain view across the expressway.

Location! Location! Location! Sea Isle Park Neighborhood is a tranquil residential island in the midst of a busy world.

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The many faces of Sea Isle Park neighborhood---

I am a homeowner. I have made a substantial investment in my house and I am making it my HOME. I have invested not only in my home but also in the Sea Isle Park Neighborhood Association. I know my property value will hold and even reach a higher level than when I purchased it if I keep my lawn and shrubs neatly trimmed and yard clean of debris, park motorized vehicles and trailers only on concrete, set out and remove my trash bins in a timely manner, and keep my home's maintenance chores up to date.
As a homeowner I realize that property value drops drastically if neighborhood standards are not maintained. If the day comes when I want to sell my home for a reasonably appreciated price, I want to be able to say to myself and my family that I worked hard to uphold MY NEIGHBORHOOD.

I am a renter in Sea Isle Park neighborhood. Out of all the neighborhoods available to me I have chosen to live here because of the quiet streets, the good schools, and the low crime rate. I will do my part to help my homeowner neighbors maintain the high quality of life here because I benefit from it too. I will do my best to be a good neighbor, even though I don't own this house.

I am the landlord of a house in Sea Isle Park neighborhood. Could be I used to live in the house I now rent out, or maybe I bought it as an investment. Either way, I want my property to retain its value so I can realize a return on my money. I will uphold Sea Isle's community standards by maintaining my property properly, keeping the paint, woodwork and windows in good repair and requiring my tenants to keep things tidy. By working together we benefit each other.


SIPNA represents about 3,000 households in the East Memphis area. We are bounded by Mt. Moriah, the RR tracks, and I-240. New members and volunteers are always welcome to join standing committees or to initiate new programs.

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