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Welcome to Florida’s best kept secret!

Florida’s Forgotten Coast area offers something for everyone. St. George Island is a 28 mile barrier island with pristinely beautiful beaches which are never crowded and is known for being a family and pet friendly vacation destination. Eastpoint is the gateway to St. George Island and its bays are home to the world famous Apalachicola Bay oysters. Apalachicola is a beautiful southern town with a thriving historic district, 4 star restaurants and quaint local shops. Carrabelle is known for its great fishing with nationally known fishing tournaments bringing in anglers from across the country. Cape San Blas has miles of unspoiled beaches and offers privacy and seclusion you might think no longer exists. Port St. Joe is a wonderful community with beautiful established neighborhoods located on the St. Joe Bay. Mexico Beach is a laid back little beach town with beautiful beaches and access to the intercoastal waterway.

The real estate market in this area also offers something for everyone from quaint fishing cottages to beach front vacation homes. There are properties available for the investor looking for strong rental income, the 2nd homebuyer wanting their own piece of paradise, those looking to relocate to this beautiful and unique area and those of us already fortunate to live here but wanting to purchase a new home. I am here to offer my experience and knowledge of the various areas and available properties of the Forgotten Coast and will help you find the right property to best suit your needs.

Please give me a call today!

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