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Monthly Archives: January 2019

    9th Annual Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 22, 2019

    In Apalach, your furry friends are the stars of Mardi Gras! The Mystick Krewe of Salty Barkers has much planned for the 9th Annual Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade set for Saturday, February 23rd at Riverfront Park. This year’s event features a theme of “Furry Tails Do Come True” and will celebrate the magic of fairy... Read More

    2nd Annual Panama City Beach Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 22, 2019

    What could be better than a weekend of craft beer and food trucks?! Head to Aaron Bessant Park February 16th and 17th for the 2nd Annual Panama City Beach Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival. This year’s event will be the Food Truck Festivals of America’s first ever two-day festival. Featuring at least 25 of... Read More

    December Sales in Review :: Panama City Beach

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 18, 2019

    The Panama City Beach real estate market finished strong in 2018 with a total of 147 properties closed and a combined residential sales volume of over $43 million in December. The highest priced condo to close was a four-bedroom waterfront residence at Hibiscus by the Bay overlooking St Andrews Bay for $550,000 while the highest... Read More

    December Sales in Review :: 30A Beaches

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 15, 2019

    2018 closed out a robust year of residential sales along Scenic Highway 30A with 66 properties closed and 42 new contracts. For single family home sales, WaterColor finished first in number of closings with ten sales while the highest priced sale to close was a six bedroom Gulf front home in WaterSound Beach at $5.2... Read More

    December Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 9, 2019

    The Forgotten Coast residential market continues to rebound from Hurricane Michael with 27 total homes sold and an increased number of homes going under contract for the month of December. The highest priced sale recorded during December was a $1.23 million Gulf view beach home on Cape San Blas while the highest priced sale in Apalachicola... Read More

    Outstanding in the Field :: Kaiya Beach Resort

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 8, 2019

    Founded by Jim Denevan, Outstanding in the Field is a culinary adventure whose mission is to re-connect diners to the land and the origins of their food, and to honor the local farmers and food artisans who cultivate it. The organization travels from coast to coast setting the scene for an elegant dining experience featuring... Read More

    Introducing Churchill Oaks :: A Bay Front Community

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 6, 2019

    Churchill Oaks joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida’s New Homes Division as a luxury, bay front community with new home + homesite opportunities. Tucked away with only native vegetation and the calm waters of Hogtown Bayou in sight, Churchill Oaks offers a lifestyle of elegance and appreciation of nature. Once inside the stately... Read More

    Pursue the Roux :: Sandestin Gumbo Festival

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 5, 2019

    Are you ready for some gumbo?! Now in its 30th year, the annual Sandestin Gumbo Festival has become one of the most popular winter events for South Walton and beyond. Attendees are able to sample delicious gumbo recipes from some of the area’s best chefs and favorite restaurants. This year’s event will begin on Friday,... Read More

    Gulf View Luxury Retreat :: Alys Beach

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 4, 2019

    11 Moongate Court Discover a sophisticated retreat at this luxe Gulf view residence in the premier Alys Beach community with over 5,000 square feet of carefully curated living spaces nestled south of Scenic Highway 30A. Featuring exquisite architectural design by Tom Christ, each room offers meticulous attention to detail and a distinctive coastal elegance. In... Read More

    5 Ways Your Donations Have Made a Difference :: Hurricane Michael Recovery

    By Jenny Etheredge | January 2, 2019

    As we look ahead to a fresh new year with hope and excitement, we can’t help but reflect on 2018 and especially on the impact that Hurricane Michael has had on the Northwest Florida Gulf Coast. While most of our markets saw continued growth, areas of Bay and Gulf Counties were devastated by the storm.... Read More

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