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Growing up in the area, Steve Strano managed beaches here for 10 years and personally knows the ins and outs of what makes some locations and condominiums better than others.
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30A Florida Homes for Sale
On the Emerald Coast there is nothing that remotely compares to the absolute ingenuity and brilliant real estate design that can be found in 30A. If you are looking for coastal elegance, then take a look at the 30A homes that are currently on the market. From seaside cottages to high rise condos to luxurious beachfront estates, you will find an array of properties to choose from.
One of the best things about living in 30A is the amazing community that surrounds you. With so many things to do and so many people to meet, you will never be bored. The locals are friendly and welcoming, and they are always happy to show newcomers around. There is a mix of people that come down and you will never know who you will meet next. From music industry executives, to local culinary artists. Hwy 30A is an environment filled with potential.
If you are looking for a luxurious oceanfront real estate with private beach access, then look no further than 30A. With properties starting at just $400,000, it is possible to find your perfect coastal getaway. So what are you waiting for?
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Beach Towns Along 30A
Dune Allen Beach
A beach lovers paradise with minimal distractions. If you are looking for a true escape, this is the neighborhood for you. Very non commercial and quiet side streets, Dune Allen Beach is the first 30A beach town you encounter headed east from Destin.
Active lifestyles are welcomed here. You can explore Timpoochee Trail that runs the entire length of 30A. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park has a 3.2 mile stretch to camp, with secluded beaches and you can also rent a local yolo board to paddleboard on any of the five coastal dune lakes - Allen, Campbell, Morris, Oyster and Stallworth.
This centrally located town has it all - shopping options, dining, and entertainment. If you are looking for a little bit of everything, then Gulf Place is the place for you. With beautiful beaches and lush green spaces, this town enjoys entertainment and often features live music and free concerts at the Gulley Amphitheater.
Home to Yolo Board and Bike shop, a locally renown Paddle Boards and E-Bike shop. Perfect spot for rentals for your friends and family to enjoy.
Next door you can grab a delicious cup of coffee and a scone at Sunrise Coffee and head down to emerald green waters at Ed Walline Regional Beach Access.
Santa Rosa Beach
The most opportunity diverse town on this list by far, is Santa Rosa Beach. Whatever your favorite food or shopping style is, you can most likely find it here.
Two breweries can be found here, make sure you check out Grayton Beer Company and Idyll Hounds Brewing Company.
Also the geographically largest town here, Santa Rosa Beach stretches from the Choctawhatchee Bay on the north side, to the Gulf of Mexico on the south.
Santa Rosa Beach is also filled with history. Originally founded in 1910 along Hogtown Bayou, you can still go visit the Wesley Mansion at what is now the Eden Gardens State Park.
Blue Mountain Beach
Naturally beautiful and tucked away, Blue Mountain Beach is a great place to find a little peace and quiet. If you are looking for a serene beach town to call home, then Blue Mountain Beach is the place for you. With a population of just over 500 people, this charming town is perfect for those who want to get away from it all.
Local Hot Spots Include:
Blue Mountain Creamery
Red Fish Taco
Blue Mabel BBQ
Johnny McTighe's Irish Pub
Considered the quintessential 30A beach town, Grayton Beach is a must-see for anyone who is interested in buying a home in the area. With its charming cottages and pristine beaches, Grayton Beach is a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike.
Home to some of the best restaurants on 30A, including the world-famous Red Bar, Grayton Beach is a foodie's paradise.
Other popular attractions include the Western Lake fishing pier and the Grayton Beach State Park.
If you are looking for a beach town with a vibrant nightlife, you can find excitement at Red Bar, Chiringos, and AJ's or Grayton Beach.
The smallest town on this list, but with the biggest amenities. Watercolor is tucked right next to the most picturesque dune lake in the area, Western Lake.
A town that was built for large gatherings. Large wrap-around porches and 5-7 bedroom homes are common, with the stylistic architecture to compliment.
Downtown here is full of excitement, drink specials and good food.
Fish Out of Water
The Gathering Spot
The Wine Bar
The original 30A beach town, Seaside has a long and storied history. Originally founded as the birthplace for New Urbanism, a community centered around walkability and usability. Seaside has been a favorite spot for Floridians and tourists alike.
With its iconic architecture and world-famous beach, Seaside was so perfect it was featured in Jim Carrey's hit movie, The Truman Show.
Other popular attractions in Seaside include the Seaside Amphitheater and the Post Office. Downtown Seaside is a fun spot to spend a weekday checking out the record store at Central Square Records, or getting a bite to eat at one of the retro food trailers.
The town that time forgot. If you are looking for a quiet beach town with a small-town feel, then look no further than Seagrove Beach.
This town is the perfect place to slow down and relax. Homes here are typically hidden and built to compliment the lush oak and magnolia trees.
Although Seagrove Beach is very non commercial, it is also a sneaky spot to find small, local, and hidden treats. If you have been here many times before I would recommend riding a bike to this area to find these hidden dining and shopping spots.
One of the more exclusive towns here is Watersound Beach. Private Camp Creek Golf Club (a Tom Fazio build) as well as one of the towns two 7,000 sqft zero entry pools can be found here, both requiring membership.
The Hub, however is a great location that all in the Florida panhandle can enjoy. Full of art, food and entertainment as well as space for the kids to run around wild. You could spend days here and still not see all that The Hub has to offer.
Great spot to watch big games and live music as well.
Real Estate in the area is built to a high standard and Watersound Club members enjoy exclusive perks that many locations do not have access to.
Quietly upscale, Seacrest is home to a mix of full-time residents and beach goers who enjoy easy access to all that 30A has to offer.
The majority of the real estate in Seacrest Beach were built within the last 10 years, so they offer all of the modern amenities that you would expect.
One of the main attractions in Seacrest Beach is the 12,000-square-foot pool and pavilion that was built for the community. This pool is a great place to spend a day with the family.
One of most luxurious towns on this list, Rosemary Beach is a beach town for the rich and famous.
Rosemary Beach offers a wide range of real estate, shops, restaurants, as well as art galleries and a world-class spa.
A highlight of Rosemary Beach is the Town Center, which features a large green space with a gazebo, as well as a playground and a putting green.
Make sure you check out The Pearl's bar and their Smoked Cuban Old Fashioned.
The premier Emerald Coast town in South Walton county is Alys Beach.
Instantly recognizable with their stunning architecture and brilliantly built white facades. Alys Beaches glowing homes contrasts with their wide greenspaces and abundant sculpture trail.
If you are looking for the highest and best real estate that 30A offers, Alys Beach is it. Dinnertime options in the area are few but fabulous. I heavily recommend The Citizen, NEAT tasting room, and George's.
The easternmost town on this list, Inlet Beach is a mix of old and new. This cozy, carefree neighborhood is a fun spot to find a relaxing bite to eat at The Donut Hole, or at the ever-lively Cuvee 30A.
The laid back Emerald Coast lifestyle on Inlet Beach is most attractive and you can often find local musicians along its scenic corridor and a broad range of real estate for sale.
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NEWEST 30A LISTINGS
On the Emerald Coast there is nothing that remotely compares to the absolute ingenuity and brilliant design that can be found in 30A.
Among the newest of the beach towns, 30A stands for the stretch of highway that runs parallel to the beach between Miramar and Panama City. Among this road you will find a half dozen or more very distinct and very unique beach neighborhoods with their own personality and design qualities.
From Grayton Beach and its art, culture and color to Alys Beach with its architecture, vision and prowess, there is a full color wheel of style to choose from.
I mentioned earlier that 30A is among the newer of the beach towns in the area and by that, I mean that overall it is less that 60 years old in its oldest parts.
This is an exceptional advantage as the designers for the area were able to learn the lessons of what worked and what didn't work in the surrounding towns.
For example, there are over 25,000 acres of protected state forests and dune lakes that will never be touched.
There is a height restriction that limits building to four stories. By limiting the height in the area, the beaches are among the least populated.
There is a huge emphasis on sustainability, eco-awareness, and livability which leads to a lifestyle that is surrounded by people that make choices that not only better the area but also better themselves. By bringing out the best in themselves today, they protect and preserve their tomorrow.
Bike ability and walkability are large focal points as well. In most neighborhoods you will find that if you are headed around the corner to go to the beach, you are taking an Electric Bike.
I could go on... and gush more about personally my favorite part of the Emerald Coast but feel free to reach out to get your tour of the area today!
THINGS TO DO IN 30A
Sundog Book & Record Store
Fun little spot within the loop in Seaside. Bottom floor is books and the upstairs is music. I can honestly say I've burned days in here as I am looking for a particular record or a book. Exceptional t-shirt collection full of rocker tees and CD's to sift through. A store from a time that is nearly forgotten.
Yolo Board and Bike
Leaders in outdoor activities on 30A. One of the most common activities in the area are both Paddle boarding and Biking. Yolo has recently come out with an exceptional E-Bike that can get you upwards of 70 miles in one charge. These guys always are running events, make sure to check them out!