Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
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With hundreds of oceanfront condo complexes lining the Daytona Beach & New Smyrna Beach areas along The World's Most Famous Beach, options abound for buyers in all stages of life and real estate investment. Whether you're seeking a vacation home-away-from-home, a place to live up your retirement in style, or a fantastic seasonal or full-time home along a world famous beach, you're sure to find the perfect place that will make your heart sing here!
Daytona Beach, known as The World’s Most Famous Beach, is a city known for its breathtaking sugar sand beaches, great surfing conditions, amazing festivals and events, unforgettable tourist attractions, rich art scene, nationally renowned colleges, and abounding history and culture. Daytona Beach hosts more than 8 million visitors each year and is home to beach driving, the Daytona 500 NASCAR race, Harley Davidson’s Destination Daytona, Bike Weeks, LPGA International & more!
Daytona Beach Shores, located on the southern edge of Daytona Beach & The World’s Most Famous Beach, is known for its pristine beaches and incredible local merchants. Perched on the Daytona Beach area peninsula, flanked by majestic water bodies to the east and the west, with the wild Atlantic Ocean on one side and the beautiful Halifax River/Intracoastal Waterway on the other, it serves as both an incredible beachside retreat and a vibrant community that welcomes visitors from around the world.
Holly Hill sits adjacent to Daytona Beach on the west bank of the Halifax River. Part of the greater Daytona Beach area, its rich history began in 1901. Today, this quaint mainland town sandwiched between Ormond Beach & Daytona Beach boasts over 11,000 residents. The city puts residents in close proximity to some of the Daytona Beach area's best festivals and events, breathtaking beaches, unforgettable tourist attractions, vibrant art scene, renowned colleges, rich history and diverse culture.
New Smyrna Beach is located a few miles south of Daytona Beach & is dubbed one of the nation's top surfing towns. It offers residents and visitors amazing festivals, a rich art scene and abounds with history and culture. Situated along the Indian River and Lagoon system, crossing the Intracoastal Waterway to the powdery sands of the beach on the coastal barrier island just south of Ponce Inlet, the city is home to 23,000 residents and offers a vibrant small-town feel with super sized style.
Ormond Beach is a northern suburban neighbor to Daytona Beach and is known as the “Birthplace of Speed” because of the many turn-of-the-century racing records set on its soft coastal sands. This beautiful beach city is known for its amazing powder soft beaches, beautiful riverfront estates, great schools and strong property values that rise faster and sit well above those in other neighborhoods and communities in the Daytona Beach area. Ormond Beach boasts more than 38,000 year-round residents.
The Palm Coast area is a northern suburban neighbor to Daytona Beach, nestled between the tourist vigor of Daytona Beach and ancient charm of St. Augustine. The area touts a long and rich history dating back to the early 1500s. Here, you find an incredible array of historical sites, parks, trails and nature preserves. Home to nearly 100,000 residents & 19 miles of untouched beaches, residents enjoy breathtaking scenery, fabulous golfing & an appealing escape from the chaos of modern life.
Ponce Inlet is located on the southern side of Daytona Beach & The World’s Most Famous Beach peninsula. The city is known for its pristine, serene beach areas, incredible surfing conditions and being home to Florida’s tallest lighthouse and marine science center with interactive exhibits. It's an amazing beach retreat, quaint tourist area and bedroom community full of history and charm. The city is home to just 3,000 residents but swells with visitors throughout the year.
Port Orange, located on the southern side of Daytona Beach's mainland area. The city was settled in 1867 and as city officials like to phrase it, the town was planned thoughtfully by “choice” and not by “chance.” Today, the 28-square-mile city along the banks of the Halifax River on the southern side of Daytona Beach includes roughly 150 residential neighborhoods, excellent schools, high property values, a host of beautiful parks and city centers, and is home to more than 56,000 residents.
From Ormond Beach to New Smyrna Beach and everything in between, the Daytona Beach area boasts a vibrant array of beautiful riverfront condo communities. Available a wide variety of sizes, styles, floor plans, layouts, breathtaking views, and price ranges, buyers have a wide array of choices in riverfront condo living. Whether you're looking for a condo community that's historic and charming, a newly constructed building, something with marina access, or resort amenities - it's here.
The West Volusia region is situated between Orlando and Daytona Beach & encompasses 14 unique communities, including DeLand (The County Seat) , Deltona (The County's Largest City), DeBary, Orange City, and DeLeon Springs. The area is known for its diversity & endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Residents & visitors enjoy beautiful natural springs, state parks, local parks, manatee viewing, bird watching, skydiving, golfing, fishing, Florida heritage sites, museums, festivals & more!