Santa Rosa Beach

Welcome to Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Walk right down to the water in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.

There are 945 residential real estate listings for sale in Santa Rosa Beach.
There are 91 commercial real estate listings for sale in Santa Rosa Beach.
There are 757 vacant land real estate listings for sale in Santa Rosa Beach.
There are 1793 total real estate listings for sale in Santa Rosa Beach.

1793 Real Estate Listings Found

Displaying 1 to 10

1.   759430
40 Seapointe Lane, Santa Rosa Beach
$795,000.00
2403 square feet, 3/2/1, 2013

2.   759425
422 Harstvedt Road, Santa Rosa Beach
$7,350,000.00
4975 square feet, 5/4, 1996

3.   759414
148 Tropical Breeze Drive, Santa Rosa Beach
$135,000.00

4.   759409
Lot 2- A Casa Grande Lane, Santa Rosa Beach
$319,000.00

5.   759402
Lot 45 Indian Woman Road N, Santa Rosa Beach
$189,000.00
1534 square feet, 3/2, 2001

6.   759390
502 Woodberry Lane, Santa Rosa Beach
$72,000.00
960 square feet, 3/2, 1983

7.   759381
14 Camp Creek Point Drive, Santa Rosa Beach
$3,895,000.00

8.   759378
Lot 8 Eden Drive, Santa Rosa Beach
$375,000.00

9.   759351
Lot 2 Block D Greenway Park, Santa Rosa Beach
$150,000.00

10.   759350
73 Pond Cypress Way, Santa Rosa Beach
$2,099,000.00
3873 square feet, 4/4/1, 2005


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History of Santa Rosa Beach

Santa Rosa Beach sits in the beautiful Panhandle area in Northwest Florida, also called the "Emerald Coast", just fifteen miles from Destin. Santa Rosa Beach is one of south Walton County's oldest beachfront towns on Scenic Highway 30A and runs north past Highway 98. The town was named after Santa Rosa Plantation, which sat north from Highway 98 near Hogtown Bayou and flourished during the 1800s. Now, Santa Rosa Beach, with its sugar-white sand beaches, is one of the most beautiful coastlines in the country. When you arrive in the area of south Walton County and start seeing upscale Gulf-front condominiums and high-end shops, you will know that you have reached Santa Rosa Beach. The intersection of Highways 393 and 30A includes shops, restaurants, a coffee shop, and park just off the road. The beach line itself is a mile in length and is comprised of new gulf-front beach homes and many small townhome and condominium complexes. Santa Rosa Beach includes many other small beachside communities, such as historic Point Washington, but Santa Rosa is the largest seaside community in the surrounding area. Unique boutiques, galleries, shops, and restaurants are interspersed within the area, and Silver Sands Factory Store, one of the largest outlet malls in the country, is only ten miles from Santa Rosa Beach.

Nearby you can find historic Point Washington, home of the Wesley House, located in the Eden State Gardens, which was constructed in the late nineteenth century and contains one of the world's largest collections of authentic antiques of the Louis XIV era. The state preserve of Topsail Hill is probably one of Florida's most pristine sites; since the Europeans settled the area nearly five hundred years ago, its dunes, beach, lake, and swamp of cypresses has remained almost completely untouched. You can find several entrance points into the State Forest of Point Washington, fifteen thousand acres with over ten miles of hiking trails, in Santa Rosa Beach. The 2007 Seabreeze Festival of Jazz was hosted at the two-acre amphitheater at Gulf Place. Santa Rosa's Golf and Beach Club sits between the areas top attractions: the sugar-white sand beach and lush woodland. It boasts eighteen difficult holes that snake through and around the white sand, blue ponds, and green vegetation of the area. Many other golf courses lie within minutes of the town, leading Golf Digest to name the area as one of the "Best Areas For Golfing." Santa Rosa Beach also offers three regulation-size tennis courts, as well as swimming, scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating, bicycling, and birdwatching. The number of recreational opportunities is limitless.

Santa Rosa Beach's restaurants are not to be missed. They offer an amazing variety, ambience, and price; whether you're looking for casual, family-style, local fresh seafood, or internationally-renowned cuisine, you can find it all here. Seven local restaurants were named as one of the "Top 400 Florida Restaurants" by Florida Trend Magazine.

Other nearby beachfront communities include Seaside, Watercolor, Grayton Beach, Sandestin, Destin, and Rosemary Beach. The eighteen-mile coastline encompassing these cities of the Emerald Coast of Florida provide the state's most beautiful scenery. Santa Rosa Beach is located conveniently in the middle of them all, with fewer crowds than the more well-known destinations.

Santa Rosa Beach Recreation

Parks

Grayton Beach/Deer Lake State Park
357 Main Park Road
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459

Topsail Hill Preserve State Park
7525 W. Scenic Highway 30A
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459

Golf

Santa Rosa Golf and Beach Club
334 Golf Club Dr., C.R. 30A
Santa Rosa Beach, FL
(850) 267-2229


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