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Florida Seaside Luxury Oceanfront Resorts and Rentals: Life About 30A

Updated on July 12, 2016

The Luxury Properties on the West Side of 30A

Welcome to the luxury world of 30A, a relatively new development, and a hot spot of the ultra trendy, uber luxury beachfront resort property. With multiple quaint little towns, and some of the most unspoiled beachfront property on the beach, 30A is the new where to go place if you want to live or find a rental on the beach, and have a little extra spending cash. All the little villages are all a couple minutes apart, and each has its own uniqueness about it, making the 30A area and all of the WaterSound real estate area its own little wonderland on the Florida Coast. The area is real popular for bike rentals because of the paths.

Seaside

Seaside was originally developed with a “small town” design back in 1979, and was carefully planned by architects to be unique. With 9 beach pavilions, the cobblestone streets, picture perfect parks, pretty cottages complete with white picket fences, it’s the reason that The Truman Show with Jim Carrey was filmed here. Seaside is a popular place for 30A weddings.

WaterColor

One of the most luxurious places on the Gulf Coast, WaterColor is a treasure chest of activities for the whole family, including expansive nature preserves, fitness facilities, spas, 5 star restaurants, world class golf, bike and jog trails, world class shopping, and the sugar white beaches. WaterColor is also the home to Florida’s only 4 Diamond AAA Hotel, “WaterColor Inn”, which has also received the honor of “Worlds Best” award from Travel + Leisure magazine.

Grayton

If 30A were a body, then Seaside would be the heart, but Grayton Beach is the Soul. Grayton is where vacationing began, with the earliest of travelers coming by horse and buggy to the sugar white beaches. Strewn with historic cottages, ancient twisting oaks, quaint little shops and galleries, and friendly fun residents, Grayton Beach is a paradise in its own self. The community, with its unofficial slogan of “Nice Dogs, Strange People”, is the only place in the region you can take a 4-wheel drive vehicle directly out on the sand, with the proper permit. A local favorite on Sundays, Western Lake is where many love to hang out and splash around in the warm waters, as dolphins play in the gulf. Grayton is also home to the Red Bar, which has a crowd almost every night, with big celebrities visiting all the time.

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