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Monthly Archives: May 2020

    A 30A Treasure | The Underwater Museum of Art

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 23, 2020

    Founded in 2018, the Underwater Museum of Art united two of South Walton’s best features – the Gulf of Mexico and the arts. The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) partnered with Visit South Walton and South Walton Artificial Reef Association (SWARA) to create North America’s first permanent underwater sculpture exhibit. The UMA is... Read More

    Stunning Indoor + Outdoor Living | WaterSound Beach

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 23, 2020

    29 W Yacht Pond Lane Find a cultivated palette of soothing neutrals and earth tones at this stunning WaterSound Beach residence. An elevator allows access to all three levels of this beautifully designed property. Multiple outdoor spaces including screened and covered porches, a summer kitchen and a tower deck are the perfect spots to unwind.... Read More

    Islands of Adventure | Two Barrier Islands to Explore

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 6, 2020

    As our beaches begin to open to the public along the Northwest Florida Coast, many will be looking for ways to have fun in the sun while also practicing social distancing. A day trip to Shell Island in Bay County or St. Vincent Island in Franklin County could be the answer! These undeveloped barrier islands... Read More

    Indian Pass Raw Bar Returns

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 5, 2020

    A trip to the Forgotten Coast is not complete without a visit to the Indian Pass Raw Bar. Off the beaten path, this unassuming seafood shack has been touted by fans near and far for its welcoming come-as-you-are atmosphere and deliciously simple fare such as fresh Apalachicola oysters steamed or raw, stuffed shrimp and gumbo.... Read More

    Discover Old Florida at its Finest | SummerCamp Beach

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 2, 2020

    Imagine balmy Florida evenings spent chasing the elusive ghost crabs on the sand, the only other “creature” you may encounter on your nightly walk. Weekend trips inshore to find trout, redfish and flounder or offshore for Spanish mackerel, cobia or even tarpon to serve fresh on your dinner table in the days to come. Your... Read More

    April Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 2, 2020

    April 2020 real estate sales in the Forgotten Coast market were slowed by the coronavirus pandemic but not stalled. There were 29 single family homes closed and 50 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island. Mexico... Read More

    April Sales in Review | Panama City Beach

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 2, 2020

    April 2020 real estate sales in the Panama City Beach market were slowed by the coronavirus pandemic but not stalled. 130 condos and homes closed and 76 new contracts were secured during the month in the Panama City Beach market. The highest sales year-to-date closed with three beachfront homes selling at $2.9 million each. Berkshire... Read More

    April Sales in Review | 30A Beaches

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 2, 2020

    April 2020 real estate sales in the 30A Beaches market were slowed by the coronavirus pandemic but not stalled. There were 58 new contracts for homes and condos combined while 65 properties closed, and this month included the highest sales of the year at $6.95 million. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida led the... Read More

    The Perfect Day on 30A From West to East

    By Jenny Etheredge | May 2, 2020

    The beaches are open! It’s time to explore. The Timpoochee Trail, the 18.6-mile pedestrian path that parallels the coast is one of the best ways to enjoy 30A while also remaining socially distant from others. Safe and with relatively little elevation change, it’s ideal for bike riding for the whole family. The availability of electric... Read More

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