Northwest Florida’s Emerald Coast, home to the scenic corridor - Highway 30A, is a natural paradise and architectural marvel. With its sugar white sand beaches and authentic, eclectic charm, 30A draws in millions of tourists every year and the number of full-time residents moving to the area is growing fast. We recently asked our 30A real estate experts at Go To The Beach what makes 30A so exceptional, you will find their answers below -
Jon Miller, Broker/Owner, Go To The Beach Real Estate
Located on Florida’s Panhandle, Highway 30A is 18 miles of beautiful beach bordered by state forest, coastal dune lakes and numerous beach communities each offering unique attractions and amenities. If you want something different to do every day you will always have a choice along 30A.
Debi Frey, Sales Agent, Go To The Beach Real Estate
This beautiful, unique coastal area has thousands of protected acreage in the form of state parks, conservation areas, and even includes the 15,000 acre Point Washington State Forest that spans most of the Highway 30A corridor. The vast natural habitat, along with the rare & pristine, unspoiled & protected coastal dune lakes make this region unlike any beach community in the world! Our local county seats work hard to ensure our Emerald Coast remains this way well into the future. I believe this attracts savvy investors to the 30A real estate market who understand the value of such environmental conservation efforts to keep our 30A lifestyle & its charm intact.
For information on 30A's rare coastal dune lakes please visit: www.discover30a.com.
Adam Miller, Sales Agent, Go To The Beach Real Estate
Probably my favorite part of 30A the uniqueness of its landscape - the state forest, coastal dune lakes (that go hand in hand with an abundance of white sand dunes), and of course the Gulf itself. The fact that 30A real estate is sprinkled out amongst these areas of preservation is what makes the actual properties really special. I also enjoy how this area draws people from all over the world to visit and live full-time.
Karen Bennett, Sales Agent, Go To The Beach Real Estate
The charm of Highway 30A has remained intact because of the maximum building height restriction that limits all buildings in Walton County to a maximum height of 50’. With only two highrise buildings along 30A, the height limitation ensures this area remains special and not saturated with your typical touristy beach shops and offerings found in most large beach destinations.
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Most will agree, it is not simply the beach that makes Highway 30A so special. The environmental preservation, local culture, world class events and exceptional attention to architectural integrity are just a few other reasons 30A real estate is unrivaled. Did our Go To The Beach agents leave you wanting to learn more? Click here to search 30A real estate.