Why You Should Buy a Historic Home in St. Augustine FL

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Real Estate Agent with First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty

Be a part of the Nation’s Oldest City!

 

St. Augustine is a charming city located on the Atlantic coast of northeastern Florida. The city is part of Florida’s First Coast region and the Jacksonville metropolitan area.

 

It was founded on September 8, 1565 by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, a Spanish admiral. It is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement in the state, serving as the capital of Spanish Florida for over 200 years.

 

St. Augustine has a diverse economy composed of tourism, banking, service sector, and manufacturing jobs.

 

The city is known worldwide for its historic sites and buildings. Many structures from the past still stand in the city, including Castillo de San Marcos which was built in 1695, and the Ponce de Leon Hotel which was built in 1888.

 

The historic homes for sale in St. Augustine exude old-World charm and appeal that attract buyers.

 

The close-knit community of residents in St. Augustine is surrounded by history and nature.

 

Taking a walk through downtown St. Augustine transports you back in the 19th century with influences of Spanish Colonial Architecture. St. Augustine’s distinct historical character has made the city a major tourist attraction.

 

Some of the city’s most popular landmarks include the Fountain of Youth Discovery Park. Legend holds that Juan Ponce de Leon first set foot in St. Augustine in search for the fountain of everlasting youth. According to local tradition, he drank from the small spring on the grounds now known as the park.

 

This lovely waterfront town is also filled with interesting shopping and dining destinations. There are also many things to enjoy such as water activities, tours, museums, and festivals. More than 40 festivals and events are staged each year to bring the ambiance of the Old City to life.

 

Discover St. Augustine’s beautiful beaches

 

St. Augustine boasts 42 miles of unspoiled beaches. St. Augustine Beach is a popular spot for surfing while the St. John’s County pier is a well-known gathering place for fishermen and offers a weekly Farmers Market. With warm days for a lot of the year, the beach is a great place to unwind.

 

Living in St. Augustine is a wonderful experience, with some of the best schools in Florida, great beaches,  and a variety of historic attractions.

 

Are you interested in a historic home in St. Augustine? This attractive city has something to offer for just about anybody.

 

Historic Properties for Sale in St. Augustine FL- Discover why St. Augustine FL is a great place to call home.

 

Because of its rich and colorful history, the real estate market in St. Augustine has some of the most stunning architecture in the entire country. You’ll find historic homes of various styles and periods. Spanish Colonial Revival architecture can be seen throughout the city.

 

Finding your dream historic home is truly a possibility!

 

Let me help you!

 

I am Janie Coffey, your top real estate agent in St. Augustine FL. I have extensive knowledge about historic homes. Our family traces our ancestry for 16 generations to the First Coasters arriving in Saint Augustine in 1574 from Minorca through to present day.

 

You can visit my website http://www.JanieCoffeyTeam.com/team about to find out more about how we can help you.

 

If you would like to find out about historic homes for sale in St. Augustine, call me today at 904-525-1008.

 

In case you can not view this video here, please click the link below to view Why You Should Buy a Historic Home in St Augustine FL? on my YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTuCBZYPLV4&feature=youtu.be.

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Janie, great post, and love your photos of this home, great job!    Historic homes do have lots of appeal.

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