Flagler Beach Waterfront Homes
Flagler Beach, Florida is located on the same barrier island as the world-famous Daytona Beach. However, the vibe is something completely different. Say goodbye to the hustle and bustle of the city and boatloads of tourists looking for a sunny vacation and hello to the peace and quiet of this little community. Flagler boasts only about 5,000 residents, making it a peaceful place to enjoy the beach. Would living in Flagler Beach be a good fit for you? Let’s find out.
Waterfront Homes in Flagler Beach, FL
The Halifax River travels up the coast creating a barrier island between it and the Atlantic Ocean. South of Flagler Beach, near the Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area, the river turns into the Matanzas River. This river creates the barrier island where Flagler Beach is located. The A1A highway runs right along the coast and provides easy access to the luxury oceanfront homes lining the Atlantic Coast. The sunrises and ocean views from these condos and luxury homes are simply too amazing to describe.
There are also a number of riverfront homes in Flagler Beach. These quiet homes line not only the banks of the Matanzas River but also various inlets that jut into the island, providing plenty of waterfront property for everyone!
Activities to Enjoy in Flagler Beach
The beach, of course, is a huge draw in Flagler Beach. The beaches are more laid-back than farther south in Daytona Beach, allowing pets, camping, bonfires, and other activities on the beach. (Some require permits so always check first).
There are many shops and restaurants lining the beach and some will allow pets on their oceanview patios. Pet owners love the ability to stop in for a coffee while out for a stroll with their best friend. There are various parks and historic sights in Flagler that make for a fun way to spend an afternoon. Plus, there are a plethora of outdoor activities like fishing, surfing, biking, boating, kayaking and so much more!
Living in Flagler Beach, FL
On average, Flagler Beach gets 225 days of sunshine each year. However, the area tends to be slightly cooler than the beaches further south. Summertime temperatures range in the low 80s and wintertime temperatures hover in the high 50s. It also tends to be less humid and offers a pleasant change from the heat. Though the area is quiet and small, needed amenities such as hospitals or larger shopping facilities are located in Palm Coast only 11 miles away. It’s a nice mix for those who would prefer a more laid-back coastal lifestyle, but prefer not to be stuck out in the boonies. There is a mix of single-family homes and condos available for sale in Flagler Beach.
You can find everything from a quiet riverfront home to a lavish beach condo — whatever you’re looking for! Would you like to learn more about real estate and housing options in Flagler Beach? Reach out to us here at 386-299-4043. We’re happy to share more about this delightful community!
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