A Dream Home Found: 43 Siasconset Lane, Inlet Beach, FL, Changes Hands

43 Siasconset Ln A Happy Place4 Bedroom | 3.5 Baths | 2,162 SqFt | Sold for $1,550,000

The sun-kissed shores of Inlet Beach, Florida, have always held an allure for those seeking coastal beauty, and on October 30, 2023, another chapter of this enchanting story unfolded as 43 Siasconset Lane changed hands. This exquisite property, nestled within the Prominence subdivision, became the new haven for a couple who fell head over heels in love with it during an unexpected turn of events. What makes this sale even more special is that the sellers were fourth-time clients of the real estate agency, and the buyers, initially in the market for townhomes in Prominence, discovered their dream home through a chance visit…

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Top 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold on the Emerald Coast This Quarter

Sunset Over the Retreat

As the summer sun fades on our beach communities, the transition to autumn emerges, bringing with it serene beachside strolls and the soft shush of waves marking the season's arrival. The shift from bustling summer activities to autumn’s introspection is evident. During peak vacation months, the beach buzzes with tourists and economic activity. Yet, as cooler months approach, this fervor gives way to a budding interest in real estate. Prospective buyers view the off-season as an opportune moment for negotiations and property acquisitions.

The recent data paints a dual narrative: while the past six months indicate a market slowdown across the…

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THE 7 MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES SOLD ALONG THE EMERALD COAST SINCE JANUARY 2023

Old Florida Beach Aerial View

The Emerald Coast of Florida stretching from Destin to 30A and Inlet Beach is a coveted destination for luxury real estate. Since January 1, 2023, the real estate market in this area has witnessed the sale of several exceptional homes, each boasting remarkable features and commanding a hefty price tag.  In this article, we will explore the significance of the seven most expensive homes sold in this region, along with intriguing details about each address.. These properties exemplify the pinnacle of coastal living, offering breathtaking views, opulent amenities, and meticulous craftsmanship. Whether you're a discerning buyer looking for the epitome of luxury or a real estate…

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10 Hotz Ave Grayton Beach10 HOTZ AVE | GRAYTON BEACH

4 Beds | 3 Baths | 2,260 SqFt | Built 1890

A harmonious fusion of historical significance and modern elements found in a new build, ''The Grayton House'' embodies everything quintessential about the charming beach community in which it resides. Originally built in 1895 by McCaskill Lumber Company, the historic home has seen many facelifts throughout its time on iconic Hotz Avenue until its full potential was realized by bespoke builder Daniel Brock in 2022. Modern-day comforts permeate the seven-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bath home, starting with the security of a compound-style courtyard system, heated and cooled four-car-plus-golf-cart garage, and second-story private pool overlooking protected Grayton Beach State Park…

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13 Bridge Cove Lane | Draper Lake

4 Bed | 4.5 Baths | 3,521 SqFt | Sold 1/27/22 for $3,200,000

On the western end of iconic Scenic Highway 30A, behind the hand-hewn gates of Draper Lake Coastal Village, a meticulously designed and masterfully curated home is ready for new memories to be built within its walls. Built under the watchful eye of architect Geoff Chick, this 3,521-sq.-ft. home was designed with primary living in mind with a thoughtful floor plan lending itself to three oversized bedrooms in the main home, and a private one-bedroom carriage house providing additional space and privacy to match the needs of a future owner. Architecturally stunning, the blend of Nantucket influence and Pacific Northwest material inspiration has curated…

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A DECADE AT A GLANCE

    

 Our strong final quarter was an appropriate capstone not only to a good year, but also to the end of a remarkable growth decade along our beautiful Emerald Coast.Global economic shifts to fundamental changes in the way we work and shop have only heightened the appeal of this area as a unique place of retreat and renewal.I hope you find the decade's final 2019 Year End Market Report intriguing, and know that I am here to help provide service for any of your Emerald Coast real estate needs. 

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 Case Study: A Buyer’s Pursuit of The Ideal Vacation Home (How It Came Together) 

The buyers of 55 Brenda Lane started their journey to ownership like many others who invest in their first home on Scenic 30A. They heard about the area through friends in Atlanta and visited a couple of times, falling in love with all that 30A has to offer. The beautiful scenery, white sandy beaches, crystal clear emerald green waters, coastal dune lakes, bikeable boardwalks, quaint and unique beach towns, thousands of acres of state forests, and lack of high-rise condos lining the beach, all play into what makes this area so special to so many. At the beginning of our search, they were set on buying in one of the communities they loved visiting, such as Rosemary…

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Q2, 2019 Market Report

A VARIED MARKET IN Q2 

We are often asked, “How’s the market?”, which we love to almost always answer with a
follow-up question of our own, “Which market do you want to know about?” We dive into
each of these communities and coastal areas in our quarterly Market Report – the most
recent edition you are now about to enjoy. While we’re seeing consistency across our
entire market – from Destin to Panama City Beach – the nuances that make each of our
beach communities special also contribute to their individuality.

As we move through mid-year 2019, the word “consistent”still defines how our marketing
is moving. We paint our market broadly with the stroke of that brush as we start winding
down summer and looking toward the…

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Sold in just 4 days for over 97% of list price. This WaterColor home didn't last long with an excellent location, strong price point and charming beachy design throughout. Nestled a short walk away from Camp WaterColor, this property was an ideal spot to call home. Built by award winning architect Geoff Chick and John Brown of Gulfview Construction, this lavish home boasts stunning details, impeccable finishes and a prime location in WaterColor. Over 3,100 square feet of open living space, an expansive four bedroom design and a large bonus family area with a private office provides guests and residents with ample room for entertaining.






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Check out other WaterColor properties available for purchase. 

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Often, as a real estate broker we move through transactions like soldiers.  We do what we are trained to do:  solve problems, put out fires and (hopefully) make it look easy and all just part of the drill.  In my years of helping people buy and sell their properties, many of those experiences get tucked away when the property closes.  It is rare that I take the time to journal about the experiences that we have with the people we serve and the circumstances that take place along the way.  Some can be difficult, some painful, and some not-so-much.  What I can tell you is that they don’t all go so well and that this business is not for the faint of heart. In many industries, case studies are done to tell the story to readers who just might want to hear…

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