St Augustine Real Estate Analysis
No matter what type of neighborhood you are looking for, you will find homes for sale in St. Augustine that meet your needs! With the great climate, we have many golf course communities. You will find elegant condominiums and townhomes that can be found throughout the area from the beaches to World Golf Village. Exclusive gated communities provide the privacy and security you desire for your family. There are St. Augustine homes for sale in amazing family-friendly communities such as Nocatee, Palencia, Heritage Park, Heritage Landing, Murabella, Sevilla and many more that offer amenities such as sports fields, playgrounds, pools with water slides, and fitness centers. Please feel free to call me, 904-501-8241 to find out more about the St. Augustine Neighborhoods. Downtown St. Augustine offers established neighborhoods, several on the National Register of Historic Places. Home ownership and rental property are available here, some updated homes with modern amenities and others with restoration and renovation possibilities.
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St. Augustine’s residents live with 450 years of history every day and share it with many visitors each year. Tourism is the mainstay of St. Augustine’s economy, with historical sites, the beaches, and outdoor recreation drawing travelers from around the world.
The city’s rich history and cultural diversity have helped shape a dynamic city for both residents and visitors. The story of St. Augustine, carefully preserved through archaeological digs and scholarly research, is the foundation of sightseeing tours via tram, trolley, horse-drawn carriage or cruise boat. Historic landmarks include the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, a living history museum which interprets life in colonial St. Augustine circa 1740; the Fountain of Youth Discovery Park, where it is said Ponce de Leon sought everlasting youth; and the Mission of Nombre de Dios, where Pedro Menendez de Aviles first set foot on Florida’s shore in 1565. Still other landmarks are the Ponce de Leon and Alcazar hotels built by Standard Oil magnate Henry Flagler in the late 19th Century. Today those grand Victorian structures house Flagler College, St. Augustine City Hall and Lightner Museum, a Victorian collectibles museum. The city has more than 50 attractions, historic sites and points of interest. Similarly, the myriad of unique restaurants sprinkled throughout St. Augustine ranges from quaint cafes to four-star rated dining establishments with many restaurants serving as attractions themselves.
Walk Score for Downtown St. Augustine
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Downtown St. Augustine School Districts
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Downtown St. Augustine Schools
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