- 7 Beds
- 8 Baths
- 9,498 SqFt
Homes For Sale In St. Augustine, Florida
To say St. Augustine real estate was historic would be an understatement. In fact, it is the oldest city in the US, founded back in 1565 by Spanish admiral Pedro Menendez. As a result of its rich and colorful history, St. Augustine contains some of the most stunning architecture in the entire country. St. Augustine has other charms as well, including white sand beaches, top notch golf courses, and divine dining options. Once you're here, you will not want to leave!
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St Augustine, Florida Real Estate Listings
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- 8 Beds
- 13 Baths
- 12,665 SqFt
- 7 Beds
- 8 Baths
- 5,665 SqFt
- 5 Beds
- 5 Baths
- 5,671 SqFt
- 4 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 4,490 SqFt
- 3 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 3,264 SqFt
St. Augustine Homes For Sale
St. Augustine is well-known for its Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture. In fact, it is in St. Augustine where you'll find the state's oldest home: the Gonzalez-Alvarez House built in 1723.
This beach community has a lot more to offer than historic homes, however. Homebuyers can find a variety of waterfront condos and million dollar homes. There is also some vacant land available for sale in St. Augustine, for those hoping to build their dream home from scratch.
The St. Augustine real estate market is also popular with vacation and 2nd homebuyers, especially with snow birds escaping the winter in Canada.
St. Augustine Amenities
The majority of visitors are drawn to St. Augustine for its charming architecture and year-round sunny climate. The city is full of historic landmarks like the famous Castillo de San Marcos National Monument and Fort Matanzas. Take a stroll down St. Augustine's narrow cobblestone streets and you'll understand why it is considered one of the most beautiful cities in America.
The Lightner Museum is another popular destination for history buffs, displaying everything from Native American artifacts to Victorian Era art. Housed in a former hotel, the museum grounds are just as impressive as the world-class items on exhibit. Former site of the Hotel Alcazar, the museum complex features a Turkish bath and a three-story ballroom.
For outdoor recreation, head to Anastasia State Park. The 1,600-acre is a sanctuary for local birds and a variety of other wildlife. Popular activities at the park include hiking, fishing, camping and surfing.
Golf fans will find a number of golf courses designed by famed architects Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Marsh Creek Country Club has a full-service clubhouse, complete with restaurant and private tennis facilities. Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club offers an 18-hole public course, that's perfect for a casual round with friends.