Located along the Emerald Coast between Destin and Panama City Beach lies Santa Rosa Beach, Fl. With beautiful beaches and unique shops, there is a reason why so many call this area home.
There are a bunch of great neighborhoods, or small communities, located in Santa Rosa Beach, but deciding which area is the best one for you or your family can sometimes be challenging.
Here are 7 Santa Rosa Beach neighborhoods to consider when buying a home.
WaterColor – A resort and residential community that is a town within a town. Award winning builders have filled WaterColor with unique homes priced from the mid $500’s.
Driftwood Estates – A bay-front community adjacent to Sandestin Resort and just a few minutes from Sacred Heart Hospital and Grand Boulevard. Driftwood Estates has interior homes priced from the low $200’s to the bay front homes upwards to $2.5 million.
Redfish Village – Located on 30A and boasting private beach access, Redfish Village is home to unique shops, restaurants and boutiques. Living in Redfish Village will provide unlimited amenities to the home owner. Homes here begin from $399,000.
Gulf Place – Another 30A community that is just steps away from the sugary white beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Filled with shops and restaurants, Gulf Place is a complete vacation or permanent residence beginning in the $400’s.
Pelican Bay – A bay front community with approximately 90 homes. This community offers tennis courts and private bay access. Homes in this beautiful subdivision begin in the mid $300’s.
Botnay Bayou – Botnay Bayou is nestled between the bay, bayou and state owned forest. Homes and lots available in this gated community begin in the mid $300’s.
Mack Bayou – The community of Mack Bayou just minutes from Sacred Heart, Grand Boulevard and Sandestin Resort. Mack Bayou offers various subdivisions for homeowners in all price ranges. You can own a home in Mack Bayou from the mid $100’s to the million dollar bay front homes.
These 7 Santa Rosa Beach neighborhoods aren’t the only ones, but they are a great place to buy your first or second home.
Not sure on a neighborhood? Don’t worry, I will be covering each of these neighborhoods in more detail.