- Small Town USA
When you hear or think of the term “small town” you’re probably thinking “a-one-stop-light town”, but that is not the case here in St. Augustine. In fact, St. Augustine is a vastly decorative town in terms of culture, people, food, daily/nightly activities, and history. Fun fact: St. Augustine is the oldest documented city in all of North America and its history prevails throughout history across the United States and other parts of the world. St. Augustine is the original melting pot of cultures from all over, from Spanish to French to the Native Americans. It’s fair to say that St. Augustine is a magical place to be. Its small town feel brings out the authenticity of its history to the touch, literally. When you come to St. Augustine you aren’t just coming to a town you are coming to the roots of what started America. Not only does St. Augustine have a great historic relevance, but it also has a modern twist with preserving the old buildings and transforming them into modern stores and restaurants. There’s endless magic here in St. Augustine and it is small enough to get a feel for everything in a short amount of time.
- Family Oriented
Whether it’s retiring or starting a family, St. Augustine is the place to be. If you want to live where you and your children can enjoy and relax in a safe environment, well then you may want to consider St. Augustine as your go-to move destinatation. There is a lot you or your family from its fun outdoors and an active activity, St. Augustine is the place to raise a family. St. Augustine holds family values and “loving thy neighbor” to the highest degree. If your family enjoys outdoor activities you should look into our national wildlife parks where you can have access to our nationally preserved wildlife for all sort of activities. Another great part about St. Augustine being so centered around family is that almost everything here to do is fun and safe for all ages. St. Augustine’s modesty and deep-rooted traditions are important aspects that are engraved in how we do it here. Click here so see some of the highlighted family-friendly things to do!
- Historical Significance
St. Augustine has a huge historical significance to modern day culture as far as industrial alliance and trade. If you every want to look up Henry Flagler, not only was he the original creator of Hotel Ponce de Leon, but he also helped invest in the railroad system which is still used today. Everything about the history of St. Augustine remains incorporated into modern day life from preserving the original monuments and buildings to giving tours on a daily basis; this includes the famous Castillo de San Marcos fort, Treasury Building, Casa Monica hotel, and much more. To find out more information of the great history and historic tours of St. Augustine, CLICK HERE.
- Cost of Living
St. Augustine is part of St. Johns County and has a population of 13,676 residents. If you’re wondering who would move to St. Augustine, there is a variety of residents who range between the ages of 20’s to 80’s+. With that said there is a great variety retirement communities and residential communities for families, college students and young professionals. Surprisingly, the cost of living in St. Augustine is relatively and competitively lower listing prices than other parts of Florida. The best part about this is that residents get all the benefits of living in a place that calls for convenience at every corner. If you are interested in moving to St. Augustine, price listings are available on our website, and you can reach it by clicking here.
- Beaches and Beach Culture
Alongside having great historical significance, St. Augustine also has pristine beaches that are fun and safe for every age. Our beach culture has been compared to that of California because of our laid-back attitude and has all kinds of water activities, including surfing, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, scuba diving, boating, water sports; and much more. St. Augustine’s most well-known beaches include Vilano Beach, Anastasia State Park, St. Augustine Beach, Crescent Beach, and Matanzas Inlet. To see more about St. Augustine treasury sands, CLICK HERE.
- Active Lifestyle
St. Augustine is a town filled with active people who enjoy all sorts of lifestyles, whether that is eating at the finest restaurants in town, local concerts, food festivals, farmers markets and much more. Living here, you would see an array of activities that people enjoy to the fullest. Surfers are taking advantage of our pristine beaches and avid golfers can enjoy an excellent round on our nationally recognized courses. St. Augustine provides access to the finest works of local artists and bakers every Saturday at the St. Augustine Amphitheater Farmers Market, also where local concerts are held. Come see what St. Augustine can offer you by CLICKING HERE:
- Delicious Food
St. Augustine hosts a great variety of American and international food cultures, from fantastic Spanish food to grabbing some good southern grub. Local restaurants are family friendly and great for any occasion. St. Augustine has the heart for great food. If you plan on coming to St. Augustine be prepared to enjoy food from all types of cultures. Since St. Augustine is the oldest city in America you’ll find all sorts of ethnicities. of food to find whether its French, Spanish, German, Southern, Asian and more. There will be great food no matter what it is or where it is. CLICK HERE see how to find what kind of food is calling your pallet in America’s oldest city.
- Education Systems including Flagler
If you are familiar with St. Augustine then you may also be familiar with Flagler College. St. Johns County is one of the highest ranking educations systems in North Florida, which St. Augustine is a large part of. Flagler College is also in the top 10 ranking private colleges in the United States. If you are interested in starting a family here, you won’t have to worry about your children gaining a great education. Click here to find more information about Flagler College or the education system in St. Augustine, CLICK HERE.
Nightlife is a prevalent and popular attraction for St. Augustine residents, especially downtown. Nightlife here is a year-round experience, whether it is with the family, a romantic date, or a night out with friends. One of the best parts about the nightlife is the minimum crime rate thanks to our bike patrol police officers who serve all through the day and night, keeping the streets of St. Augustine safe. There is something to do every night of the week, whether its half-off drinks at Scarlet O’Hara’s, shopping, dancing, or listening to live music from a great variety of local artists at the San Sebastian Winery. To check out more about St. Augustine’s nightlife, CLICK HERE.
- Enjoying Nature and Historical Monuments
As a fun addition to enjoying the St. Augustine beaches, there are even betters ways to explore the outdoors in North America’s oldest city. On the river of the Matanzas Bay, kayaks or paddleboards are available to rent for you to see the true wildlife of North Florida’s environment. You can see the city from a new perspective. You can be your own tour guide if you have a boat or paddleboard. Eco-tours at the Marina are another fantastic way to see the Florida wildlife by capturing nature’s beauty by sailboat, catamaran or 18-foot explorer boat. Anastasia State Park also offers biking, camping, kayaking, paddle boarding and hiking. If you want to book your next tour here in St. Augustine, CLICK HERE.
As you can see, Saint Augustine is a fantastic place to plant roots, and Buyers Source Realty wants to help you make those dreams come true. Contact one of our licensed real estate agents now by calling (904)-217-3274 or visit our website by CLICKING HERE to find out more information!