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November Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Market activity remained steady in the Forgotten Coast real estate market and its key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 49 properties closed during the month with 117 properties currently under contract. Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach had the highest number […] Read More

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October Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Closings slowed during October however new contracts increased in the real estate markets for the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 45 properties closed during the month with 117 properties currently under contract. Cape San Blas/Indian Pass had the […] Read More

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Celebrate the Season with Holiday Events Along the Coast

From Santa’s grand arrival on a shrimp boat in Apalachicola to an enthralling rendition of the Nutcracker designed for the youngest of audiences in Port St. Joe, there are so many fun ways to welcome the holidays on the Forgotten Coast. Scroll below for all the top holiday events from Port St. Joe to Carrabelle! […] Read More

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58th Annual Florida Seafood Festival Returns to Historic Apalachicola

Known as Florida’s Oldest Maritime Event, the beloved Florida Seafood Festival returns to Apalachicola’s Battery Park on November 5th and 6th with activities scheduled from 10:00am to 10:30pm each day. Perfect for all ages, the festival features delicious seafood harvested primarily from the Apalachicola Bay area, arts and crafts exhibits, live music, and more. Many […] Read More

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Small Business Showcase | Apalachicola’s Marilyn Brogan Jewelry

The quaint streets of Apalachicola with its eclectic small town feel and stunning coastal landscape seem to attract creative personalities of all types – from artists to architects. Marilyn Brogan chose to relocate her custom jewelry studio, Marilyn Brogan Jewelry, from San Diego to the Forgotten Coast after visiting and feeling the area’s inexplicable draw. […] Read More

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September Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

September was an active month for real estate sales in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island. There were 58 properties closed during the month with 99 properties currently under contract. Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach and St. George Island tied for […] Read More

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Discover Florida’s Second Largest State Forest Known as Tate’s Hell

Located between the Apalachicola and Ochlockonee rivers lies over 200,000 acres of land known as Tate’s Hell State Forest. Contrary to what the name suggests, the forest brings about a sense of peace and serenity for all those who have the pleasure of visiting it. Explore 35 miles of rivers, streams, and creeks perfect for […] Read More

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July Sales in Review | Forgotten Coast

Sales remained steady in the Forgotten Coast real estate market in the key communities of Apalachicola, Cape San Blas/Indian Pass, Carrabelle, Mexico Beach/St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, and St. George Island during July. There were 59 properties closed during the month with 113 properties currently under contract. St. George Island had the highest number […] Read More

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Dinner for Two | Date Night on the Forgotten Coast

The beach is a great place for families to gather, but every so often a date night is just what the doctor ordered. When these times come, we have a number of great dining options all along the Forgotten Coast. Here are four local favorites, perfect for your next date night. Cheers! The View on […] Read More

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A Step Back in History | Apalachicola Self-Guided Walking Tour

A stroll down the charming streets of Apalachicola reveals an inviting variety of unique shops, antique markets, oyster bars and more set amongst the background of shrimp boats docked along the flowing waters of the Apalachicola River. However, these streets have much more than just pretty architecture to share – steeped in history, find fascinating […] Read More