Forgotten Coast Communities
Apalachicola Real Estate
Once the third largest port on the Gulf of Mexico, Apalachicola’s diverse and colorful past remains visible today. There are over 200 historic homes and buildings on the National Register.
Cape San Blas Real Estate
Cape San Blas is one of Florida’s best-kept secrets. It is the way that Florida used to be before high rises and condos erased the beaches. There are no buildings on Cape San Blas over 4 stories tall. You can still see, walk and enjoy the beaches. Sea turtles still come to the beaches every year and lay their eggs. Dolphins swim by offshore.
Carrabelle Real Estate
Located in the panhandle of Florida, Carrabelle is laid-back and quiet…rural Florida. Here on “Florida’s Forgotten Coast” you will find one of the last unspoiled areas in Florida. People come to this area not only for fabulous fishing, but also to sail, snorkel, scuba dive, scallop, play on the beaches or just steal away from the real world for a while.
EastPoint Real Estate
Eastpoint is in Franklin County. Eastpoint is so named because of its location on the east point of the peninsula where the Apalachicola River empties into the Apalachicola Bay. There are beautiful bayfront locations in Eastpoint that have a great sunset view across the bay.
Indian Pass Real Estate
Indian Pass is located at the extreme west end of Apalachicola Bay where it flows into the Gulf of Mexico. This confluence of fresh and saltwater creates one the most fertile estuarine areas of the world. While the area was inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years and settled by the early European explorers, modern civilization has conveniently skipped us over.
Mexico Beach Real Estate
Located on the Florida panhandle, Mexico Beach is a community on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico but miles from anything else. As you drive along scenic Highway 98, there are no high rises, nothing to block your view of sea oats and white sand. You may stop for a family of beach lovers crossing the road, but no traffic lights. Park between palm trees and enjoy.
Port St. Joe Real Estate
A gift of geography, Port St. Joe faces west, bringing stunning sunsets over Cape San Blas and part of St. Joseph Bay. Restaurants and a revamped hotel take advantage of this, setting up tables and rocking chairs that are as comfortable for dining, sitting and talking as they are ideal for photographers.
St. George Island Real Estate
St. George Island is a 28-mile barrier island with some of the most beautiful and serene beaches on the Gulf Coast. It is one of the last inhabited, yet unspoiled, barrier islands of Florida, with miles of uncrowded beaches for sunning and shelling, clear Gulf waters for swimming and excellent fishing, pristine marshes for wildlife viewing.
St. Joe Beach Real Estate
The St. Joe Beach / Beacon Hill area is a step back in time to Old Florida, with views facing west across to the Cape for spectacular sunsets. Beacon Hill is situated high above the dunes overlooking the Gulf. The area is marked with a flashing beacon light once used to keep ships off the shallow shoal. Golfers can play at nearby Port St. Joe Country Club, just 15 minutes east.
Wewahitchika Real Estate
There is lots of water access in Wewahitchka. There are rivers, lakes and streams with some of the best fresh water fishing in the world. There are many areas to launch a boat to enter the river and head for the Gulf of Mexico. And the beautiful beaches of Mexico Beach and Cape San Blas are a short drive away.
WindMark Beach Real Estate
Located in the heart of Northwest Florida’s Forgotten Coast, WindMark Beach is a coastal community that recalls the beach community you enjoyed as a child. Visit and explore a community that brings back old style Florida without the noise, condos and traffic that has overcome most of Florida.