The Georgetown Luxury Condos in Rosemary BeachWe may be a little biased, but we can assure you that the 30A region in Florida’s Gulf Coast is one the most idyllic you’ll find. Rosemary Beach, in particular, is a charming, small town community with all of the perks of a luxury resort.  While everyone else heads to the overdone, crowded beaches further east, you’ll be enjoying your book on the spacious balcony or enjoying a peaceful family swim on the beach.

The last and newest building in Rosemary Beach’s North Barrett Square, The Georgetown sits head and shoulders above its neighbors with it’s French Quarter vibe, featuring three bedroom/three bath units from 2,126 to 2,482 square feet. Perhaps the signature detail is the multiple balconies that take advantage of the aromatic salt water scent as it breezes in off the water and the Florida sunshine. It’s a family friendly building where pets are welcome, parking is deeded, and the pristine powdered sugar beach beckons you.

Picture in your mind a quiet, master planned community where neighbors visit on wide porches taking in cool ocean breezes, sipping a cold drink while kids roam from one expansive yard to the next playing tag and doing cartwheels.

The residence interiors are designed to be simple, yet elegant with distressed oak flooring throughout, high-end fixtures, Travertine-tiled baths, and classic marble counters. It’s perfectly suited for sandy feet and wet suits after a fun day in the sun. Every unit has its own laundry room with a utility sink and a bunk-room for those out of town guests who are sure to come.

This unique community provides a real variety of architecture, so you won’t feel like you’re in a cookie cutter beach vacation spot. Rosemary Beach residences include flats, lofts, cottages, and boutique condo buildings, all with a cohesive tropical flair. It’s reminiscent of an island paradise where walking and biking are the chosen methods of transportation, whether you’re going to the Sugar Shak to get a sweet treat or meeting friends for dinner in the Town Square.

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