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Flagler Beach, Florida Real Estate

Prices for detached, single-family homes in Flagler Beach range from $300,000 up to $3 million. The top-end properties are likely to have oceanfront locations and very expansive floor plans. Several subdivisions have properties of this caliber, including Shelter Cove, Osprey Point and River View. Distinctive family-style homes, such as those in the Sugar Mill Plantation neighborhood, are available in the $700,000s, featuring three bedrooms and about 2,000 square feet of living space. There are also many options in the $400,000 to $600,000 price point, including homes in Stonebridge, Fairchild Oaks and Palm Island. For those who appreciate low maintenance living, Flagler Beach does offer a reasonable selection of condominiums and townhouses. Pricing for these units ranges from the low $200,000s up to about $1 million. Available amenities include waterfront locations, golf and other community recreation facilities. Custom building is a possibility as well, since undeveloped residential land is readily available. Prices range according to lot size and location.
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Flagler Beach Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Florida

Tucked between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, Flagler Beach is as charming as it is visually stunning. Real estate options consist of single-family homes, multi-family two-four units, condominiums and townhouses as well as land property for custom building. The landscapes include miles of tranquil beaches, wetlands and marshes, offering many opportunities for outdoor recreation and exploration.

The community is located on Florida’s eastern coast, 68 miles south of Jacksonville and roughly 75 miles north of Orlando. In spite of its natural beauty, Flagler Beach has not outgrown the quaintness of its early days as a fishing village. The population, about 5,700, is small enough to be cozy yet still large enough to be interesting. It is a place that appeals to anyone who is looking for a quiet spot to revitalize the spirit: tourists, winter and year-round residents, fisherman, boating enthusiasts and beachgoers. Popular free-time activities include fishing, kayaking, boating, swimming, sunbathing, surfing, golfing and tennis. The public beaches, waterways and Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area are all excellent recreation venues. In addition to the outdoor activities, Flagler Beach also has a selection of oceanfront restaurants and unique gift shops.

The local economy is bolstered by regional employment opportunities in education, health and social services; arts, entertainment, travel and dining; manufacturing and retail trade. Public schooling, pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, is provided by Flagler County School District. The district operates 13 schools throughout the county.

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