Cypress Breeze Plantation homes for sale, Santa Rosa Beach, FL

This coastal neighborhood near 30a in Santa Rosa Beach has been popularized by its huge resort-style pool in the center of the subdivision. Cypress Breeze Plantation has custom homes as well as a section built by DR Horton homebuilders. The neighborhood is located less than 1/2 mile from Ed Walline Beach Park at the intersection of Highway 393 and 30a. There is a bike path that will take you directly from Cypress Breeze Plantation to the public beach access. Even closer is Gulf Place.

Cypress Breeze Plantation homes for sale January 16, 2022
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The perfect home for a big family or In Law suite. This home has Master & 2 guest bedrooms on main level in a split floorplan. Much bigger than it looks with almost 3200 sf of living area. A Must See...
Subdivision: Cypress Breeze Plantation
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Rare find .49 acre lot in Cypress Breeze Plantation. This Beautiful lot has peaceful conservation preserve on the east side and rear of property. The ammenities include a magnificent 3-tiered lagoon-...

What's near Cypress Breeze Plantation

Cypress Breeze Plantation subdivision is located just north of Gulf Place and Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Within 1/2 a mile of the subdivision you can be at the restaurants and shops of Gulf Place, dining with Gulf views at Shunk Gulley Oyster Bar, or be at the beach. Gulf Place is a great spot to stop for coffee, go to the farmers market, eat dinner, shop, or just hang out.

What's close by Cypress Breeze subdivision

The closest beach is Ed Walline Beach Park only 1/2 mile.

Gulf Place is a great spot to stop for coffee, go to the farmers market, eat dinner, shop, or just hang out.

There is no worry when walking, riding a bike, or taking a golf cart to the beach or for a quiet ride. There is a wide bike path leading directly to the beach and 30a. Once you reach 30a you can hop on to the Timpoochee Trail bike path. You can ride to Watercolor then keep on going to Rosemary Beach if your heart desires. It’s a long ride but quite beautiful.