1. Growth of the Area
Population growth. Mass relocation because of Co-vid. Low Interest Rates. Housing prices are going up. Most of the area has a relatively new housing inventory. Compared to homes in the NE (Homes 50+ Years Old). New Schools. New Hospitals. More Construction on Highways and Infrastructure. Master planned communities popping up everywhere. Not having an HOA is a thing of the past.
2. Weather –
85 degrees year round. Winter is going to be around 60-70 during the day with the possibility of chilly weather at night. Reference video for weather.
No change in seasons.
3. Political Climate –
Most people mind their business; though historically st johns county does run red.
Everything is relatively cheaper in comparison of utilities.
5. Schools and Hospitals
7. Downtown St. Augustine
Are Dogs allowed on St. Augustine Beach? Yes! Dogs are allowed on leash at the beach; though I see plenty of good bois off leash with the pawrents.
Are you allowed to drink on St Augustine beach? No! Technically you are not; but what momma dont know wont hurt her
Can you Grill on St. Augustine Beach? Yes! No open flames though.
Can you Drive on the beach? Yes there is 2wd, 4wd access. It is $50/year for a pass.
Nations Oldest City. The Nations most Haunted City. Castillo de San Marcos. The Lighthouse.
Fishing, Golf, Boating, Surfing, Kayaking, Mt. Biking (Yes), Racing, Hiking
Year round beautiful weather allows you to do everything you want outside
5. Events and Attractions
What is there to do in St. Augustine? Ripleys believe it or not, museums, festivals, fireworks on the beach, farmers markets.
6. Distance to
Close to several major airports. Disneyworld, not disneyland. Miami, Orlando, Daytona all within a half a days drive.
How are schools in St. Augustine? We are the number one school district in the state of FL. High schools have career academies. So if you want to learn Aerospace you would go to St. Augustine High.
No State income Tax. Sales tax of 6.5%. Property Tax about 1.2% of purchase price of property.
Diversity of restaurants. Distilleries and bars. Amphitheatre. New mexican restaurant on san marco in downtown st augustine
Hot as hell in July and August. We also have Hurricanes during that time of year. 4pm showers almost every day. Winters are very mild at 70 degrees.