Casual Coastal 30A


SeaCrest Beach real estate is very popular for vacationers and those seeking for second homes on the eastern edge of scenic 30A. SeaCrest Beach is a residential community in the Florida cottage vernacular, located between Alys Beach and Rosemary Beach. Panama City Beach amenities are a short drive away. Click Here to Read More About SeaCrest Beach.

SeaCrest Homes for Sale | By the Numbers

Average Price $3.6M
Lowest Price $799K
Highest Price $16M
Total Listings 24
Avg. Days On Market 139
Avg. Price/SQFT $931

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SeaCrest Beach Florida

The SeaCrest Beach neighborhood is a world all its own, featuring the largest pool in Northwest Florida, at 12,000 sq ft. Palm trees line the streets, embodying true southern spirit.

The Village of South Walton—a charming condo and commercial district with shopping and dining—neighbors SeaCrest Beach Florida. The Village design reflects Charleston style architecture with cobblestone roads and gas lanterns.

Part of SeaCrest Beach Florida's beauty is due to the presence of Camp Creek Lake, one of the least developed dune lakes on 30A. Camp Creek is located on the western edge of SeaCrest Beach Florida. Legend has it that Camp Creek was named in honor of the area’s earliest residents: the Creek Indians.

Golf enthusiasts will be glad to know Camp Creek Golf Club is nearby. According to Travel+Leisure Golf, “Camp Creek Golf Course is Florida’s No. 1 Course of the New Millennium.”

Walkers and hikers may find themselves content along the white sand beaches and emerald waters, but those who enjoy a wooded walk—with magnolias, golden asters and scrub oaks—will be satisfied with trails through Deer Lake State Park, just down HWY 30A.

Experience why Coastal Living says, “To find the finest beaches in the world, intrepid Americans might head to Saint Tropez on the French Riviera or perhaps Australia's famed Gold Coast. But the ultimate sun-drenched powder-sand fantasy lies not on some distant shore, but on the coast of Northwest Florida.”


Art. Beauty. Provenance.