DeFuniak Springs

Welcome to DeFuniak Springs, Florida, where modern convenience meets Southern old-world charm.

There are 106 residential real estate listings for sale in DeFuniak Springs.
There are 45 commercial real estate listings for sale in DeFuniak Springs.
There are 303 vacant land real estate listings for sale in DeFuniak Springs.
There are 454 total real estate listings for sale in DeFuniak Springs.

484 Real Estate Listings Found

Displaying 11 to 20

11.   781380
Lots 13&14 Trout Drive, Defuniak Springs

12.   781316
23 Snapdragon Street, Defuniak Springs

13.   781315
21 Snapdragon Street, Defuniak Springs

14.   781305
265 Juniper Lake Drive, Defuniak Springs
1768 square feet, 4/2, 1998

15.   781304
20 Snapdragon Street, Defuniak Springs

16.   781268
Xxx County Road 183b, Defuniak Springs

17.   781267
25 Plew Court, Defuniak Springs
1137 square feet, 2/1/1, 1987

18.   781013
102 Cherokee Circle, Defuniak Springs
1056 square feet, 3/2, 1999

19.   780963
2327 Hwy 280 E, Defuniak Springs
1130 square feet, 2/1, 1981

20.   780901
40 Ac Williams Road, Defuniak Springs

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History of DeFuniak Springs

Sam Story, Chief of the Euchee, invited Daniel D. Campbell and Nell McLennan to accompany him on a trip to Pensacola in spring 1818. These were the first of many Scottish-descended settlers who traveled to Florida from North and South Carolina. They settled beside Bruce Creek, naming the settlement Eucheeanna. In 1828, Eucheanna was named its seat of government for Walton County. In 1890, the title passed to DeFuniak Springs, the current seat of government.

Walton County contains Florida's highest point, a site close to Lakewood that rises 345 feet above sea level. DeFuniak Spring houses the oldest library in Florida still located in its first building, as well as the oldest Presbyterian Church in Florida, founded May 27, 1827. The first war monument honoring fallen Confederate soldiers from Walton County was originally located at the Presbyterian Church in Euchee Valley in Eucheeanna; in the late 19th century it was moved to the grounds of the county courthouse in DeFuniak Springs, where it still stands today.

Information provided by the Walton County Chamber of Commerce. You can contact them at:

Walton County Chamber of Commerce
95 Circle Drive
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
(850) 892-3191

DeFuniak Springs Recreation


Walton County Heritage Museum
1140 Circle Drive
DeFuniak Springs, FL
(850) 951-2127


DeFuniak Springs Country Club
171 Country Club Lane
DeFuniak Springs, FL
(850) 892-3812

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