Priced from $497,900 to $6,200,000.
Homes and land for sale in Grayton Beach
One of the smallest but most popular communities along 30a in South Walton Beach is Grayton Beach. This quiet and eclectic beach community is made up of solely of single-family homes. The real estate market here typically has a low amount of homes for sale. This makes for very solid on values and a high demand.
Situated along 30A between Watercolor community and Santa Rosa Beach, Grayton Beach, FL is another delightful community in Northwest Florida you will love to visit, invest in or settle in. It is the oldest settlement among the beaches of South Walton with Army Major Charles T. Gray being the first to settle here in 1885 and named the town. The timeless aura of the beach town remains unspoiled to date and it has a slogan unique to it ‘Nice dogs strange people” and true to the motto, you can’t miss friendly dogs lazing around on front porches wagging tails. The dog wall where locals paint pictures of their dogs also goes to prove that dogs are indeed an important part of the community. It is a coastal community with an outlook on life that is simply unique.
Take a moment and step away from all the excitement. Go and explore the Grayton Beach State Park. This park offers hiking and sightseeing of some of the most gorgeous natural sand dunes and beaches on the Emerald Coast. Many visitors enjoy birdwatching and taking pictures around Western Lake, one of the area’s natural Coastal Dune Lakes.
Grayton Beach is also the only beach in Walton County and along Scenic Highway 30a that allows driving on the beach. It is a very small strip of beachfront that allows this. Please be warned that you must have a beach permit for your vehicle to drive on it. Also, it is absolutely necessary to have four-wheel-drive. The sand is a beautiful soft white colored fluffy makeup. This makes for wonderful walks on the beach but also some of the best trucks get stuck. If you cannot get a permit to drive your vehicle on the beach get in touch with one of the many beach vendors and have them set up chairs and an umbrella for you.
In a for such a small community, Grayton Beach has a wide choice of restaurants and shopping To choose from. My favorite restaurants are The Red Bar and Borrago Italian restaurant. I don’t think I need to tell you what Hurricane Oyster Bar is famous for. They do also have one of the best happy hours for drinks and food.