When you first arrive at Grayton Beach, you may notice the sign, which sums up the entire area. This sign says, "Nice Dogs, Friendly Folks" and that's the truth. This beach community is very casual and provides plenty of friendly fun.
The area is full of beach bungalows and is well-known for the iconic Red Bar. The live oak lined streets provide a small town feel with the beach close by. Anglers, beach lovers and boaters all find this area very appealing.
Grayton Beach was founded in 1885, but didn't begin development until about 1920. This neighborhood is found between Grayton Beach State Park and the Gulf of Mexico. It contains over 230 homes, a dozen commercial properties, a condo building, three multi-home sites and two mobile home area. You will find a boat dock here, the state park and plenty of beach access.
The community isn't huge by any means, but provides a great place to call home. With close access to the Village of Baytowne Wharf, The Red Bar, Bistro Bijoux, Geroge's at Alys Beach and many other great shops and restaurants, you'll never find yourself bored living here. The neighborhood is full of regular events and there's always something exciting happening nearby.
Outdoor living is a huge part of this community with plenty of kayaking, beach fun, boating, golfing and so much more. The Dune Lakes provides all types of fun and some of the best fishing in the area. Residents can also enjoy close access to the 19-mile Timpoochee Trail and Eden Gardens State Park.
Homes in the area start in the mid $300s and can get as expensive as $3 million. Many provide gulf views and private beach access, while others are found just minutes from the gulf. Some lots are still available for development, but most of the area has been developed.
If you've been searching for the perfect choice for your second home or for a new beach home, Grayton Beach may be the right location for you.
12273 US Hwy 98, Suite 204 | Miramar Beach, FL 32550
Office: 850-460-2955 | Fax: 850-807-2999