Seagrove Beach

Seagrove Beach is a quaint little South Walton beach town located just east of Seaside on Scenic Highway 30A. With a scenic boardwalk with plenty to do, all of the beautiful and private homes here are always minutes from the excitement. Read more about Seagrove Beach homes for sale.

Boardwalk to white sand beach in Seagrove Beach, 30A

Seagrove Beach Home Statistics

Average Price $2.9M
Lowest Price $488K
Highest Price $6.5M
Total Listings 19
Avg. Days On Market 140
Avg. Price/SQFT $835

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The Seagrove Beach real estate market is extremely exclusive.

Not only are the properties in this vibrant 30A real estate community extremely sought after, but there are a limited number available. It’s competitive, but it’s worth it; the small town charm of Seagrove Beach is what many enjoy most about living here.

Homesteads, cottages, beach houses, and bungalows can all be found here with spacious layouts, unique luxury features, and one of a kind views of the Gulf of Mexico.

The luxury beachfront homes at Seagrove Beach have the best views and often include direct access to the beach. The also very impressive single family detached home found inland, on quiet residential streets, are typically three and four bedroom layouts and are always minutes from the beach on foot.

Your dream luxury home in Seagrove Beach awaits. Read our blog post about why luxury homes are becoming more and more popular.

Palm trees, fenced in yards, and sandy beaches offer the best of outdoor living in Florida, and the streets here make the community equally as beautiful. Lined with oak, magnolia, sand pine, and hickory trees, the landscape here offers beauty at every turn.

The homes for sale in Seagrove Beach might be hard to come by for prospective home buyers, but keep an eye out for listings because it’s well worth it. Classic homes and modern homes are available here, offering flexibility in price as well as personal taste.

This is a walkable community filled with friendly faces, adventurous things to do, and one of the best beaches on the Florida Coast.


Explore Life in Seagrove Beach

Life in Seagrove Beach is exactly what you make of it. Whether you feel like finding a quiet nook under the shade of an oak tree, playing in the sand with the family, biking or jogging through the trails, or finding a new great meal at a local restaurant, Seagrove Beach has it all.

Seagrove Beach is home to some of the most unique local boutiques along the boardwalk. Residents can enjoy the ocean views before stepping into some of 30A’s most notable eateries, including Café Thirty-A, Seagrove Market, The Perfect Pig, or the incredible roof-top view from Whiskey Bravo 723.

Seagrove Beach offers ecotourism activities, many of which can be found in Point Washington State Park which borders the northside of Seagrove Beach. There’s actually more public access points to the beach in Seagrove Beach than any other 30A community, creating a particularly easy going and fun vibe.

Schools in Seagrove Beach, Florida

Although many residents of Seagrove Beach live here in their retirement and vacation homes, there are plenty of families that choose this 30A community as their home as well.

With so much beach access, safe streets, essential services, and youthful adventure, Seagrove Beach is a fantastic place to grow up and to raise a family. It can’t be all fun all the time, however, and families need to know there are quality schools in the area when looking for a single family house.

Seagrove Beach has many schools in the area, and close to the community, for children and teens at every level of primary education. A few of the best schools in and near Seagrove Beach include:

  • Seaside Neighborhood School
  • Bay School
  • Dukes Elementary School
  • South Walton High School

Seagrove Beach FAQs 

Q: Is Seagrove Beach a private beach?
A: Seagrove Beach is a public access beach. 

Q: What airport do you fly into for Seagrove?
A: The nearest airport to Seagrove Beach is Panama City (ECP) Airport which is 20 miles away. 

Q: When was Seagrove founded?
A: It was founded in the late 1940s with C.H. McGee’s vision included 170 acres of deeded beach, concrete block cottages, sand roads, and a general store. 

Searching for similar communities located right on the Gulf of Mexico? Find this and similar communities under other Lifestyle communities relating to On The Gulf.


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