One of the more notable communities in the area, this stretch of 30-A directly borders Seaside to the east and was named for the groves of oak trees that shade its collection of historic beach cottages. As it has grown, newly constructed homes and condos have popped up in Seagrove making this once quiet neighborhood a vacation tradition for generations of families.
With multiple public beach accesses, a day spent in Seagrove’s version of paradise definitely means spending time gulfside. But Seagrove’s proximity to dining at restaurants like celebrated originals Seagrove Village Market and Cafe Thirty-A, make this beach town a destination in and of itself.Contact us for Listings
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