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February Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

February was another great month for residential real estate sales along the Forgotten Coast! There were 38 single family homes closed and 67 pending or contingent properties across the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe and St. George Island. Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach had the […] Read More

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Mexico Beach to Get First Grocery Store Since Hurricane Michael

Mexico Beach residents will soon have a much-needed convenience – a new grocery store, the first to open since Hurricane Michael. Owner of Mexico Beach Wine & Spirits Marc Rice will launch the store, named The Mexico Beach Market this March. The store will be located on 15th Street next door to the Rice’s liquor […] Read More

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Brews for a Good Cause | SGI Brewfest 2020

Cheers to SGI Brewfest 2020! The fifth installment of this festive one-day beer tasting festival is set for Saturday, April 18th. Make plans now and buy your tickets in advance because this popular event will sell out with no tickets available at the door. SGI Brewfest is a fundraiser for the Franklin County Humane Society. […] Read More

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Junior Service League Easter Egg Hunt | April 11

It’s almost time for the annual Junior Service League Easter Egg Hunt at beautiful George Core Park! A favorite for area families, this free community event generally includes egg hunts for children ages 11 and under, face painting and of course, the Easter Bunny. Stay tuned for more details to be announced soon! The Junior […] Read More

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New Date for Forgotten Coast En Plein Air

Known as America’s Great Paint-Out, Forgotten Coast en Plein Air returns to the Forgotten Coast for its 15th year to document the Old Florida landscape and culture. The 10-day festival continues to focus on artistic excellence and the production of investment quality art and is among the world’s most prestigious plein air events. “With plein […] Read More

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The Best Blues on the Forgotten Coast

Blues on Reid returns to Port St. Joe on March 27th through March 28th for the sixteenth year of bringing outstanding blues to the Forgotten Coast. The Gulf County Chamber of Commerce presents this lively and free annual festival on Reid Avenue and 3rd Street in downtown Port St. Joe. In addition to live local […] Read More

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January Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

  2020 began with a strong start in Forgotten Coast residential real estate sales in most key communities during the month of January. There were 29 single family homes closing and 56 pending or contingent properties. Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach had the highest number of closings for the month followed by St. George Island. The […] Read More

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Killer Seafood Reopens in Mexico Beach

Mexico Beach continues to recover post Hurricane Michael, and one killer part of the community is now back! Residents and visitors were excited to welcome the return of beloved seafood joint Killer Seafood just in time for the new year. Visitor Mike Benefield was quoted as saying, “It has to be here. It’s not Mexico […] Read More

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December Sales in Review :: Forgotten Coast

  Forgotten Coast residential real estate sales remained consistent in most key communities. There were 26 single family homes closing and 40 pending or contingent properties. Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach had the highest number of closings for the month followed by St. George Island. The highest priced property to sell during December was a four […] Read More

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The Latest from WindMark Beach :: New Office + New Development

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is now on-site in the WindMark Beach community, located along the shores of the St. Joseph Bay. Designed to promote healthy living, residents of this beautiful coastal community enjoy nature trails, boardwalks and cart paths along with a state-of-the-art fitness center. Additional amenities include a swimming pool, Village Green and Amphitheater and […] Read More