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Live the New Florida Life In Luxury in the 30A Area, Part 3 of 3

Updated on September 21, 2012

Luxury Property on 30A, in the Middle, and Others

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 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

Seagrove

Since the early 1940’s, people have been making the trip to come vacation in Seagrove. When your hear, your in the middle of it all, with Seaside, WaterColor and Grayton to the west, and WaterSound, Alys Beach and Rosemary Beach to the east. Seagrove is home to a large assortment of restaurants, shops, and other local businesses that are just a hop, skip, and jump away. Some of the more notable places include the Seagrove Village Market Café, which has been serving “Deep Fried Love” since ’49. With multiple write ups in many magazines, and the Grouper Sandwich being named a “Top 100 Things You Must Eat Before You Die”, this restaurant is one to make a stop at. Take a trip east down 30A and you will come to Eastern Lake and Deer Lake, two rare coastal dune lakes. Deer Lake State Park is a 1,920 acre natural habitat, with 11 distinct habitats. It boasts a variety of rare plants, and has a main boardwalk that spans over stunning and pristine sand dunes and opens to a more secluded section of Gulf beaches.

Dune Allen

With coastal dune lakes on the north side, and the Gulf to the south, Dune Allen is a favorite vacation spot for generations. If you love fishing and flip flops, this is your spot, with shopping and dinning just a short walk or bike ride away. One of the places you need to stop at is Stinky's Fish Camp, a local restaurant that will not disappoint. Want the best dinning view on all of 30A? A meal at the Santa Rosa Beach Club’s “Vue on 30A” restaurant is a must do, as the views are stunning. Across the street is one of the nicest and most accessible beachfront parks on 30A, Ed Walline beach access. This access features ADA accesses, lots of good parking, clean restrooms, picnic shelters with grills, and an elevated viewing platform to staring out at the sea. At the very west end of Dune Allen is Topsail Hill State Preserve, which is one of Florida’s most treasured parks. It features 3.2 miles of secluded beaches, and sand dunes that can tower over 25 feet high. The preserve also includes a RV park, one of the nicest campgrounds you will ever find.

NatureWalk

Coming Spring of this year, NatureWalk is a new development for 30A. With its close proximity to secluded beaches, the wonderful shopping and eateries, and a haven for unlimited family time, Nature Walk is king. The community has been designed to be a place where families can gather and cherish together for many generations to come. And with its price tag of homes starting in the $300s, it’s a dream that is a lot more affordable than most might think.

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    Sandi 5 years ago from Greenfield, Wisconsin

    Loved the "tour" and the pics. Makes me want to head to Florida right now. Lots of great information.

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    Dawn A. Harden 5 years ago from CT-USA

    All of these make me want to take a nestea plunge! Great Great Great! I have to plan a vacation this year! Thanks again for a wonderful job well done.