The North Florida beaches area is made up of 3 distinct areas: Jacksonville, Atlantic, and Neptune. Each area represents the best of the beach life and beaches Real Estate. From bungalows to mansions to condos, there's something for everyone.
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Residential in Atlantic Beach & more...
Atlantic Beach, FL, Neptune Beach, FL and Jacksonville Beach, FL have the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to their east. Atlantic Beach and Neptune Beach are made up of mostly single-family homes and duplexes and have public beach access while the Mayport area is nationally known as one of the US Navy’s most important stations. Atlantic Boulevard and A1A is a hub for shopping, entertainment and dining. Jacksonville Beach is to the south and offers a mix of residential, commercial, and retail flair. The Jacksonville Beach fishing pier is 1,300 feet in length and 16 feet wide and is the spot for taking in the views of the beach or trying to land the big fish. The SeaWalk Pavilion plays host to annual events like Fiesta Playera, the Annual Opening of the Beaches, the popular Blues Festival and more! With miles of sandy Beaches and a mild, breezy climate, residents & visitors can enjoy year-round golfing, boating, fishing, tennis and more.
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Listing information last updated on August 22nd, 2019 at 8:23am EDT.