Beach Properties Real Estate Group, LLC

Beach Properties Real Estate Group, LLC

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Beach Properties Real Estate Group, LLC
113 Monument Avenue
Port Saint Joe, FL 32320
Phone: (850) 227-2500
Fax: (850) 227-2505

Our Cape Office
110 Barrier Dunes Dr.
Cape San Blas, FL 3245
Phone: (850) 227-2500

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Apalachicola or “Apalach“, as it is known by locals, is far from a typical tourist town. Established in 1831, it was once the third largest port on the Gulf of Mexico. Wide, tree lined streets are still graced by picturesque homes from the nineteenth and twentieth century that show the wealth and craftsmanship of its early days.  Apalachicola has over 900 historic homes and buildings listed in its extensive National Register District and it was selected as one of the nation’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations in 2008 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Apalachicola is situated on the Apalachicola River and Bay. This basin encompasses what is considered one of the least polluted, most undeveloped, ecologically diverse systems left in the United States. The Apalachicola Estuarine Research Reserve (ANERR) oversees the health of this vast system. The ANERR is the second largest in the nation with over 246,000 acres under its protection.

Apalachicola’s vibrant history and rich maritime culture can still be seen on its working waterfront. Buildings that once served as 19th century ship’s chandleries, old net factories and a sponge warehouse now house a mix of eclectic and trendy shops,  restaurants, galleries and meticulously restored hotels and B & B’s. These locally owned and operated businesses create a quaint and friendly atmosphere for visitors as well as local residents. A grand theater lies in the center of town. Restored in 1997, the Dixie Theatre hosts professional theater and music January through March.
 
This unique city is noted for having some of the finest oysters, its bay oysters having a pure, mild, briny flavor that has been recognized by top chefs throughout the country. Apalachicola harvests over 90% of the oysters sold in Florida and 10% of the nationwide supply. Smaller open bay boats, moored or trailered each day, tong for oysters in the many shallow areas of Apalachicola Bay. Fishing vessels displaying proud patinas of years of service line the waterfront and regularly net fresh local shrimp and fish. A diverse selection of acclaimed restaurants feature fresh, local, daily harvested seafood.

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Cape San Blas

  • A place like no other in Florida!  This is a hidden gem with no crowds, no malls, and just a great place to relax.
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Indian Pass

  • Indian Pass is a resort on the south coast of Gulf County, Florida, 8 miles south of Port St. Joe. It promotes itself as an uncrowded haven for sports fisherman and water enthusiasts, and for dining featuring locally caught oysters. A ferry
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St. Joe Beach

  • Tiny St. Joe Beach is a few miles east of Mexico Beach and is similarly built. It sits on Route 98 which follows along the shoreline of the Gulf of Mexico through the town, leaving a narrow swath of beach shoreline on which private residenc
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Port St. Joe

  • Perhaps the most outstanding non-physical feature of the Panhandle is the attitude of its residents toward visitors. While other parts of Florida get more attention as tourist destinations, no other region will make you feel more welcome th
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Windmark Beach

  •  Hugging 4 miles of pristine beach along Florida's fabled “Forgotten Coast,” two miles northwest of downtown Port St. Joe and 22 miles west of Apalachicola, WindMark Beach is perhaps the last great beach to be developed
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White City

  • Just 10 minutes north of Port St Joe, located on the Florida's Intercoastal waterway.  This is a small community that abounds with nature and endless possibilities. The White City Park is located in White City, between Port St
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Wewahitchka

  • Wewahitchka in Gulf County is the perfect place to get away from it all. The region is part of the self-proclaimed Forgotten Coast of Northwest Florida and is still very much what Old Florida was. Home to fewer less than one thousand eight
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Overstreet North

  • This Intercoastal Community is a gem in the rough with vast amounts of land to explore.  You are 10 minutes to the beach and 30 minutes to Panama City.

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Mexico Beach

  • Mexico Beach was founded in the 1950’s and remains a friendly town where families have been making beach side memories for generations. Fishing is king here with public boat ramps and a popular fishing pier. Numerous festivals are hel
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Overstreet South

  • This Intercoastal Community is a gem in the rough with vast amounts of land to explore.  You are 10 minutes to the beach and 30 minutes to Panama City.

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Eastpoint

  • Eastpoint, just across the Bay from either Apalachicola or St. George Island, is the central point of the Forgotten Coast where one can truly feel untouched by today’s world. A place where seafood docks stretch almost the entire lengt
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St. George Island

  • St. George Island is a 22-mile barrier island with some of the most beautiful and serene beaches on the Gulf Coast. It is one of the last inhabited, yet unspoiled, barrier islands of Florida, with miles of uncrowded beaches for sunning and
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Carrabelle

  • The history of Dog Island and Carrabelle Florida includes a wonderful mix of Indians, shipping, bootlegging, logging and war. Rio Carrabella was the name of the town recognized by the first post office in this area and was said to mean &quo
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Lanark

  • The village of Lanark was once home to a fashionable resort in the late 1800s as it was the terminus of the , Florida During WWII the area was know as Camp Gordon Johnston, a military installation that trained over a quarter million men for
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Alligator Point

  • Alligator Point is a coastal community off the Gulf of Mexico located approximately an hour from Tallahassee, Florida's state capital. There are no strip malls, nightclubs, no glaring lights, no honking horns or other signs of big city
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