Seacrest Beach Homes and Condos for Sale – 30a, Florida

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Seacrest January 21, 2021
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Subdivision: Elysee
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A STUNNING WHITE STUCCO 5 BR/4.5 BA HOME w/ tile roof is in the PRIVATE GATED SOUTH SIDE COMMUNITY of ELYSEE, between Alys Beach & Rosemary. ONLY 19 HOMES have the OPPORTUNITY to live in this...
Subdivision: Camp Creek Lake
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Astounding views of the emerald waters and sugar white sands exemplify this unique opportunity. Situated less than 200 feet from the beach, this property offers future homeowners the opportunity to...
Subdivision: Seacrest Beach Ph 7
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NOW is the time to live the beach lifestyle ..move to Seacrest Beach to make it your home or own a rental investment property! This one story FLORIDA BEACH COTTAGE sits on the Seacrest Beach Nature...

All about homes, condos, and land for sale in Seacrest Beach, Florida

Located on Scenic Highway 30a in South Walton Beach, Seacrest is an iconic coastal community. From the pastel-colored homes to the beach like street names. Seacrest has become one of Florida’s most popular vacation destinations.

It is not very often that you are able to find a community along a beautiful coast that will put you in the heart of a popular neighborhood, yet make you feel remote and relaxing. Located quietly in between the resort towns of Alys Beach and the Watersound is an iconic coastal community on Scenic Highway 30A called Seacrest. From the pastel-colored homes to the famous beach-like street names, Seacrest has now become one of Florida’s most popular destinations for vacations and second homes. Things move a little slower around this place for both the locals and the vacationers.

The community is designed so that once you arrive, park the car and there is no need to drive anymore. This 30a neighborhood has everything from shopping, restaurants, bike rentals, bird watching, stand up paddleboarding, surfing, and more all walking distance from anywhere in the neighborhood. All of these factors are big reasons why Seacrest real estate seems to be so solid in any economic state.

 Seacrest Beach amenities

There are wide open green spaces throughout the neighborhood. This is inviting for picnicking, frisbee, walking, and just plain old relaxing. During the peak months of the spring and summer, you can catch an outdoor movie.

You may also come across a small neighborhood festival happening at Seacrest’s Peddlers Pavilion. A neighborhood highlight is the enormous resort-style pool in the center of the community. Loaded with tropical landscaping, beach chairs for sunbathing, and a friendly environment the pool area is often a common meeting ground.

The community is designed in such a way that once you arrive here, you will no longer need to drive anymore after parking your car. Seaside Beach has everything from restaurants, shopping, bird watching, surfing, beautiful rental homes, and more, all of which are within walking distance from one another. These factors make for a very important reason as to why Seacrest's real estate business is quite solid in any economic state.

The community has wide open green space all throughout the neighborhood that makes it appropriate for picnicking, relaxing, walking around, etc. During the peak seasons of spring and summer, you can watch an outdoor movie. You can also enjoy a small neighborhood festival in Seacrest’s Peddler’s Pavilion. The highlight of this community is an enormous resort-style 12000-foot community pool right in the middle, loaded with beach chairs for sunbathing, tropical landscaping, and a quiet and friendly environment. The pool area often becomes a common meeting ground.

What to do in Seacrest Beach 30a

The Village of South Walton

Seacrest’s town center, making it a great place to enjoy strolling around during the day or indulging in some high-end shopping activity. It is a very convenient place to roam, shop, eat and relax.

Get close to nature

This is a premier community to embrace all the amazing outdoor activities like biking, hiking, bird watching, fishing, and many more.

Rent a bike

The best way of getting around the Seacrest Beach community is on a two-wheeler. You will easily get daily or weekly bike rentals with varied options regarding the type of bikes, rates, etc. to choose from. You can explore not just Seacrest but also all the nearby beach communities on your bike which may be difficult to do in the car. There are various bike rental shops like Peddlers 30A offering adult, tandem and kid bikes. You can add trailers so that your family can easily tag along with you.

Visit Colorfield Gallery
The modern art exhibition in the Colorfield Gallery is something you should visit if you are in Seacrest. This gallery was built by artist Al Morris who owns a studio in Panama City and features his artworks that are mainly composed of colored field art. The paintings in the Gallery are made of color blending, colors, and shapes. Apart from his paintings, you can also see his collages that are made of mixed media.

Paddleboarding at Camp Creek Lake

South Walton County, Florida has one of nature’s outstanding phenomena, coastal dune lakes. Camp Creek Lake in Seacrest is one such dune lake almost 10000 years old and is about 1.5 meters deep on average. This lake combined with the community’s perfect weather will make for some amazing stand-up paddleboarding. The lake’s still water makes for some great paddling around the breeze. You can rent a paddleboard and glide through the water towards the Gulf.

Explore State Parks around Seacrest in South Walton Beach

Explore the natural wonders of the beach community. You can explore the Deer Lake State Park, one of Florida’s famous state parks, in Santa Rosa Beach near Seacrest. This state park features a beach, a swimming area, and boardwalk which lets you walk around the coastal dunes. It is a great place for bird-watching and hiking. You can also go for eco-adventure in Point Washington State Park that has around ten natural communities, consisting of swamps, sand-hills, wet flat-woods, endangered plant and animal species. It is a part of the Great Florida Birding Trail. You can avail picnic facilities here, go for off-road biking and hiking activities.

Hunting near Seacrest, FL

Many people do not think of hunting when coming to South Walton for a beach getaway. Although this is a beach island in Florida there is actually quite a bit of good hunting here. Point Washington State Forest has numerous areas where you will find dear, Turkey, gray squirrel, quail, rabbit, and wild hog. Although not hunted, there is also quite a few black bears here at the beach.

Play golf in Camp Creek Golf

Located between Highway 98 and Highway 30a off of S. Watersound Pkwy. is the famous Camp Creek Golf Club. It’s just about 2.0 miles away from Seacrest, where you can enjoy some world-class golf action. It has 18 holes with several marshes, making it one of the best golf courses in the area. Camp Creek Golf Club was rated Golf Digest #7 of Florida golf courses. The golfers can even enjoy a drink, meal, or a snack in the clubhouse.

Eat and shop like a local

Peddler’s Pavilion is a collection of eccentric local shops offering handmade and crafted products at reasonable rates. You can shop locally-made jewelry, sunglasses, souvenirs, and other accessories from various famous shops in Seacrest. It also has some great food outlets for dining with live music during the weekends. You can get amazing seafood dishes in Crabby Steve’s that features a beachside bar and restaurant. The most famous dish here is the Grouper Cheek Wrap and the Crabby Colada cocktail. La Cocina is a must-visit restaurant for Mexican cuisine and lively happy hours. Smallcakes is a famous cupcake place offering 18 flavors of cupcakes. There are various other famous restaurants to explore in Seacrest.