St. Augustine Homes & Real Estate

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St. Augustine Real Estate Market

St. Augustine is a spread-out city that is composed of many different neighborhoods. The homes vary depending upon the subdivision it is located in, and there is something appealing for everyone at different price points. Buyers will find a selection of detached, single-family houses, condos, townhomes, and multi-family properties. Every neighborhood has its own personality.

Home prices in St. Augustine typically range from $100,000 to $6.5 million and up. Buyers interested in building their own homes will find a variety of land options to invest in, ranging from small plots of land consisting of tens of acres. Additionally, buyers will consistently find new subdivision opportunities as new construction is ongoing.

St. Augustine Community Amenities

St. Augustine has a robust population. Just under 15,000 people choose to call this historic city home. Being a coastal city, residents of St. Augustine enjoy convenient access to the beaches, meaning plenty of water sports, including boating, waterskiing, surfing, kayaking, skimboarding, swimming, and fishing. Other activities include bird watching, wildlife spotting, camping, biking, horseback riding, and simply enjoying a sunrise along the water. Other community-based facilities offer golf, pickleball, tennis, and skateboard parks. The beaches located in St. Augustine are also dog-friendly.

Residents of St. Augustine neighborhoods love the ample shopping, dining, museum, and entertainment options. Music, art, and theatre venues are plentiful in the city, and people can find live music, exhibits, and live performances throughout the year.

St. Augustine is a popular tourist city, and many people who live here work in the service industries. Commuters and travelers love the easy access to I-95, which will get them anywhere they want to be along the East Coast. People choose to work in St. Augustine and Jacksonville since the latter is under an hour's drive. Both the Jacksonville International Airport and the Daytona Beach International Airport are accessible, along with an Amtrak station.

St. Augustine Local Highlights

  • St. Augustine is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the U.S. History enthusiasts enjoy visiting the downtown areas that are laid out similarly to how the original town was in the late 16th century.
  • Residents enjoy the 42 miles of beaches that stretch from the top of St. Johns County to Matanzas Beach, two areas that serve as state parks.
  • Golf aficionados love that there are over 15 courses in St. Augustine to play a round of golf with friends, family, neighbors, or colleagues.
  • Popular annual events in the city include the St. Augustine Film Festival and the St. Augustine Food and Wine Festival.
  • The Fountain of Youth is a popular attraction that offers historical reenactments and other exhibits showcasing the city's lengthy history; it is also potentially the origin of the legendary fountain of water explorers sought out centuries ago.

St. Augustine School Information

St. Augustine falls within the borders served by the St. Johns County school district. Students who live here attend one of its 47 schools. Many of the area high schools offer "Career Academy," where students can take courses related to specific career areas. New schools are under construction to accommodate a growing school district. More than a dozen different private school options are also available for residents who prefer this type of education setting.

Residents of St. Augustine appreciate the city's small-town feel while enjoying its big city amenities. Combined with access to beautiful beaches, people who buy a home in St. Augustine quickly learn they can tick off many of the lifestyle boxes buyers often seek.

St. Augustine, FL Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in St. Augustine? Let our St. Augustine real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new St. Augustine property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the St. Augustine, Florida, real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact Marganon Real Estate Firm to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your St. Augustine home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.

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