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Historic

Historic St Augustine Real Estate for sale.

1+ Acres Homes

Home for sale in St. Augustine, Florida that have one or more acres.

Golf Course Homes

Houses in a golf community or on a golf course in St. Augustine, Florida.

Gated Communities

Houses in gated communities for sale in St. Augustine, Florida

Owner Financing

Homes in St. Augustine for sale that offer owner financing

Horse Properties

Properties for sale in St. Augustine, Florida that offer zoning that allows horses.

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St. Augustine Real Estate

St. Augustine, Florida
St. Augustine, Florida

 

About St. Augustine, Florida

St. Augustine, Florida encompasses approximately 8.37 square miles on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. St. Augustine’s historical significance as the oldest city in the country and recreational opportunities make it a popular tourist attraction, deeming tourism St. Augustine’s most significant economic boon. St. Augustine is home to a multitude of incredible golf courses, and to 42 miles of sandy beaches to enjoy a variety of water-related activities. There are a plethora of boutiques and shops, theaters and museums, restaurants, nightlife, and a wide range of recreational opportunities within St. Augustine and nearby areas such as Jacksonville.

St. Augustine is the county seat of St. Johns County, Florida and is home to a population of about 13,841 residents in the 32084 and 32086 zip codes. Residents earn an average annual household income of nearly $45,674, just a tad lower than the state’s average household income of $49,426. On the contrary, homes hold higher values in St. Augustine at $237,479 than they do in other areas of the state where the average home value is $179,800.

St. Augustine has a small domestic airport for air transportation and is in proximity to Jacksonville International Airport for residents and guests requiring international travel. The local bus service is Sunshine Bus Company whose main priority is to shuttle residents and guests from one shopping center to another, with limited service to Hastings and Jacksonville.

Students who attend public school in St. Augustine go to schools that are managed by the St. Johns County School District. Additionally, there are multiple opportunities for higher education in St. Augustine and nearby areas.

St. Augustine, Florida receives approximately 52 inches of rain per year, and no snow, which falls over the course of 69 days with measurable precipitation each year. That leaves 223 days annually where the sun shines its golden rays on St. Augustine. High temperatures average 89 degrees with winter lows of around 46 degrees.

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Call today at (904) 471-6600 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.

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Neighborhoods in St. Augustine, Florida

  • Abbott Tract
  • Aberdeen
  • Captain’s Pointe
  • Casa Cola
  • Cascades
  • Country Walk
  • Cypress Point
  • Davis Shores
  • Eagle Creek
  • Grand Cay
  • Greenwood
  • Moses Creek
  • Moultrie Trace
  • Moultrie Trails
  • Murabella
  • Oakbrook
  • Old Sebastian Point
  • Osprey Landing
  • Prairie Creek
  • Sea Pines
  • Serenity Bay
  • Sevilla
  • Southwood
  • St. Augustine South
  • Stonegate
  • Sunset Point
  • Wildwood Drive
  • Willow Walk