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7 Reasons To Choose Palm Coast Florida To Build Your New Home
With the rapid development that has taken hold in Florida, it has become increasingly difficult for residents to find a place to live that still has that "Old Florida" feel. If you have been searching for that great place to live in Florida, where amenities are combined with a small town atmosphere and an abundance of natural beauty, Palm Coast may be the place for you.
Palm Coast is a small city nestled amid the wooded beauty and natural wetlands of Florida's East coast, and offers all the amenities of city life while maintaining a small town feel. With 50,000 residents and counting, our welcoming community has used careful city planning to preserve and conserve, without sacrificing growth and convenience.
Palm Coast has something for everyone
Regardless of whether you are looking for a sunny climate, an abundance of recreational activities, a friendly community, or access to the magnificent beaches and ocean activities, Palm Coast will not disappoint.
Say good-bye to winter woes
Are you worried about rising fuel prices and the effect they have on your winter heating bills? Palm Coast has an average winter temperature of 59.3 F. While your friends in the North are shoveling mountains of snow and paying sky-high utility bills, you will be enjoying the warmth and beauty of Florida living at its best. In the summer, experience the caressing sea breezes and an average temperature of 78.5 F. Our white sand beaches and outdoor lifestyle are yours to enjoy year round!
The Great Outdoors
For the golf enthusiast, Palm Coast is sure to satisfy. Palm Coast is the golfing destination of the southeast, and home to eight championship golf courses. Seventeen championship courses and LPGA headquarters are all within easy driving distance.
If you don't care for golf, or want a change of pace, there is an abundance of available recreational activities in Palm Coast. Are you a tennis enthusiast? Palm Coast gives you the option of playing on a selection of USTA approved hard courts, as well as clay and grass courts.
Boating and Fishing!
One of the best ways to experience the natural beauty and abundance of Florida fish and wildlife that are found in Palm Coast is to explore by boat. Several fresh and saltwater canals are available for exploration in Palm Coast. If you prefer fishing to pleasure cruising, fishing in the Palm Coast surf can yield Whiting, Pompano, Bluefish, Redfish and Flounder. Venture out on the deep seas of the Atlantic for a chance at Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Dolphin, King Mackerel, Wahoo, Tuna, Grouper, Red Snapper, Jack Crevalle and Amberjack!
Surround yourself with natural beauty in a new Palm Coast home
Enjoy the majesty of Florida's indigenous flora and fauna. Take your pick of eight state parks, nine county parks and numerous wetlands and wildlife preserves. Camping, hiking, walking trails, fishing, boating, picnicking, equestrian activities and so much more is available for you in Palm Coast. On a short day trip you can see the Manatees at Blue Springs or explore the nearby land bridge used only for equestrian riding, hiking and wild animal use. One of only two such land bridges in the United States!
Venturing out to neighboring cities
In the mood for a change of scenery? If you have a home in Palm coast, you can take a short trip north to historic St. Augustine. Shop, sample fine cuisine and get a taste of the past in St. Augustine's beautifully preserved downtown area. Visit Castillo De San Marcos National Monument, Fort Matanzas, or the St. Augustine lighthouse.
A short drive on I-95 south will bring you to world-famous Daytona Beach. Soak up the sun on Daytona's beautiful white sand beaches. A variety of restaurants and shopping venues are sure to please even the most discerning diners and shoppers.
NASCAR enthusiasts can explore the birthplace of racing, take part in race weeks or visit Daytona USA. Daytona Beach is also home to Bike Week, Biketoberfest, Spring Break, National Cheerleading Competitions, the Turkey Rod Run and so much more. Stop in at Adventure Landing Water Park in downtown Daytona Beach for a day of family fun.
Looking to step out in the big city? Then you will be pleased to note that Palm Coast is situated within easy driving distance to the bustling cities of Jacksonville and Orlando. Fine dining, music, art, museums, gardens, professional sporting events and so much more await you in these beautiful cities.
Why buy a home in Palm Coast?
We strive to maintain a beautiful city built with preservation of the environment and natural beauty. In Palm Coast you can live the good life among friendly faces and a strong community spirit. You can have it all! Live the Florida dream; purchase a home in Palm Coast!
About the Author
Our Concrete Florida Homes survive hurricanes - Tom Beaty a real estate broker and homebuilders in Palm Coast, Flagler and Volusia County. Visit: Florida real estate or Florida homebuilder
by Tom Beaty