Oceanside Village is a small community in Mexico Beach along scenic Route 30 or state Route 98 along Florida’s Gulf Coast. This residential community is made up of single-family homes, townhouses, villas, and vacation rentals and is quite popular throughout the year. From single-family homes and villas to lots available for building, if you’re looking for a Gulf Coast vacation property, check out Oceanside Village. Here are some details you’re looking to relocate to Oceanside Village or to invest in a vacation rental.
The majority of homes are between $200,000 and $450,000. There are the occasional luxury home or estate down by the water which can range upwards of $500,000 or more. Lots are starting at about $25,000-$75,000 with oceanfront lots going a little bit higher. The majority of residential properties are on the water side or south of Highway 98. Some homes are located along with the canal and feature goals and canal views, covered docs, and boatlift.
Most of the single-family homes have no homeowner association fees but townhouses and condos will have some sort of an association fee or monthly or quarterly dues. These could include access to community features such as a swimming pool, beach access, or other community perks.
For those moving to this area with school-age children, most residents utilize the Port St. Joe elementary school and is the Port St. Joe high school. Both of these schools are designed for kids prekindergarten through sixth grade and then the high school is adequate for grades 7 through 12.
Most of the vacant lots for sale right now are perfect for building as they already have water, sewer, and a slab for building. If you’re looking to build along the Gulf Coast, this is ideal. I know that the storms may frighten some people away, but, the chance of another devastating storm hitting in the exact same place is extremely rare so now is your chance to get in on the ground floor of a beautiful beachfront home in Mexico Beach.
If you’re looking for a condominium, the Harbor Condominiums are ideal. Although this building did sustain some damage from Hurricane Michael, repairs are almost complete and its a great time to get in on a 1 to 3 bedroom condominium of around 1200 ft.² with private boat slip. Some units that are still being built out are perfect for renovations and customizations. For instance, unit #106 is being built back to sheetrock. Cabinets, counters, lighting and more are the responsibility of the new owner to finish or replace. This might be perfect for those looking for a VRBO or Air B&B vacation rental investment.
For more information on Oceanside Village homes for sale in Mexico Beach or lots and land ready to be built out contact our office today. We can offer information about special insurance that may be needed, storm info, or can give you some real information on how to live, build, or purchase a home along Florida’s Gulf Coast.