Historic St. Augustine, Florida
St. Augustine, Florida
St. Augustine is simply a magical place. It's rich history and small town feel make this paradise one of the most appealing places to live in America. US News & World Reports recently named the city as one of the Top Ten Places to live in America. From wandering the winding streets of the Historic District and dining at one of the many Famous Restaurants to spending a relaxing day in the sun at Anastasia Island, St. Augustine has something to offer everyone.
The Historic District
For the history buff, there is a wealth of knowledge and tradition in St. Augustine. Even before 1513 when Ponce de Leon discovered the Fountain of Youth and claimed it for Spain, there were large complex societies of Native Americans living in the St. Johns River area. Transport yourself to their world by taking an afternoon hike through nearby Favor-Dykes State Park and you will see mounds of oyster shells called midden. These are actual remnants of long gone civilizations.
Castillo de San Marcos
Enter into a time warp when you step inside the famous Spanish fort, De Castillo De San Marco and see how people lived once upon a time. Walk the cobblestoned district of St. George Street and explore St. Augustine's many exciting museums including the Lightner Museum, the Spanish Quarter Museum, the Old Jail and the Old Florida Museum.
Miles of Beautiful Beaches
There are miles and miles of beautiful beaches that offer many recreational activities. Drive yourself to a spot on the beach on Anastasia Island State Park and picnic the day away in the sun. There are miles of rivers for the recreational boater or jet skier, just be careful to watch out for the gentle giant, the manatee. If fishing is your outlet, then welcome home! St. Augustine offers some of the best fishing on the East Coast.
World Golf Village
The World Golf Village and the Golf Hall of Fame is a golfer's paradise. This masterpiece contains a 75,000 sq. ft. Golf Hall of Fame, a 300 seat IMAX Theater, a 31,000 sq. ft. PGA Tour Stop shopping mecca, several hotels, a conference center, restaurants, shops, and of course, championship caliber golf courses.
When it comes to making a move to St. Augustine, it just makes sense to turn to real estate professionals who cares about your needs and will go the extra mile to meet them.
As real estate professionals, we have made it our passion to know everything we can about relocating to, from or within the the St. Johns County area. Those who have worked with RE/MAX 100 Realty appreciate knowing the purchase of their new home is in the hands of such capable and trustworthy real estate agents.
Relocation Survival Guide for Moving to St. Augustine, Florida
RE/Max 100 Realty's special relocation information packet is designed for anyone considering a move to the St. Johns County area. It's the ideal place to gather your information before you make that next move. Here are just a few of the things she has included to help you get your move off on the right foot:
A complete map of the area, including all streets, highways, parks, public areas, shopping centers and major landmarks.
- A guide to popular restaurants, shops, attractions and entertainment around the city.
- Important checklists such as Homebuyer's Priority checklist, home comparison chart, home inspection checklist, checklist of planned purchases, and moving checklist.
Send RE/MAX 100 Realty a message and let us know what kind of information you would most like to have about St. Augustine. We will send a customized package designed just for you.
- A current copy of the local newspaper, the St. Augustine Record, so you can read up on all the latest news in your new home town.