Old Seagrove, Meet New Seagrove
by Murray Balkcom, Luxury Realtor | Broker Associate
Like it or not, for the last few years, but more noticeably, for the last few months, signs are everywhere that Old Seagrove is changing. Seagrove Village Market recently closed its doors, as did the Snappy Turtle, to make way for new things to come. The small quaint cottages which Seagrove was known for are being torn down with large beach homes going being built in their place. The Seagrove Villas were demolished with four luxurious Gulf Front homes built in their place. Drive through Seagrove today and see all of the current construction.
People want to walk to the Gulf of Mexico, so if you are building a home for rentals, it is important to build close to the Gulf, as the renters expect to park the car when they arrive and get around on foot or bikes.
If you are looking for a home site in Seagrove, with close proximity to the beach, shopping, dining and entertainment, upon which to build your beach cottage, be sure to check out this listing in Sugarwood Beach, located only a few blocks east of Hwy 395, just north of 30A:
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