Brock Built Homes loves building communities in Florida because of the beautiful scenery you can experience daily. Brock Built currently has neighborhoods in the Santa Rosa Beach and Inlet Beach areas, with plans to expand for several reasons. The weather and the best beaches in the Florida Panhandle always make that list of why Florida is a great place to live and visit. There are plenty of options if you are moving, on vacation, or seeing loved ones, so we brought together the best beaches in the Florida Panhandle so you can spend more time soaking up the sun and enjoying your loved ones.
The prettiest beach on the Florida Panhandle will take you to a top choice for the best Gulf Coast beaches in Florida, Navarre Beach. This beach is among the top picks in the nation, too, yearly. You can enjoy 12 miles of a stunning white shoreline and events and shopping if you desire. The activities and amenities are family-friendly, and everyone can enjoy their day at Navarre Beach. Offering a good mix of many things, Navarre Beach dons the name of Florida’s Relaxing Place, making it easy to see why it makes the best beaches in the Florida Panhandle list.
Looking for more options to get away from crowds and noisy beaches? Cape San Blas is number one for serenity and gorgeous natural scenery. Kayaking, fishing, and horseback riding are top choices to continue with a peaceful and easy beach day with friends or family. Exploration is also an option, with a shipwreck 3 miles away from Cape San Blas. You can do as much or as little as you desire in Cape San Blas.
When thinking of the best beaches in the Florida Panhandle for families, including the dog, making your way to St. George Island will be a great choice. St. George Island comes with restaurants and shops that gladly welcome your pups. This is another less crowded beach for fishing and kayaking and delicious dining options. It is one of the most secluded beaches in Florida if you are looking for a less touristy time. You can even try the world’s largest fish sandwich at Apalachicola Seafood. Well, everyone may end up trying it, including the dog.
Grayton Beach also gives relaxation with options to enjoy a great bar and live jazz at the Red Bar for an evening with friends or date night. Along with beauty that is quite unparallel, Grayton Beach is still a hidden gem. Dog Island is owned mostly by the Nature Conservancy, giving you plenty of natural beauty, peace, and quiet. There is one hotel on the almost 7-mile island. Charm and character await you with both of these beaches. Lively may be your goal, and Coca Beach is a good destination because of the great nightlife along with historical places to visit and things to do with the children.
Brock Built Florida Communities in northwest Florida bring a special touch of style, class, and the perfect addition to Florida’s beauty.
Brizo – Coming Soon to Santa Rosa Beach!
Flexibility, exquisiteness, and space await you at Brizo. Enjoy entertaining at home or take your guests and visitors to Choctawhatchee Bay, which is less than 5 minutes from your new home. You can also enjoy close-by access to Santa Rosa Beach. The floorplans are flexible and feature tall ceilings, captivating flooring, and an owner’s suit that puts top designs first.
The Shoal – Coming Soon to Santa Rosa Beach!
This community brings you privacy and exclusiveness while also being full of charm. The intimate neighborhood will have only 30 homesites and feature both one and two-story homes. Ample green space, plenty of room for entertaining, and areas throughout the community for families are just a small glimpse into all the wonderful things The Shoal will bring.
Twin Palms – Now Selling in Inlet Beach!
Twin Palms is the ideal combination for a comfortable and luxurious home. The area sports two beaches, Rosemary Beach and Inlet Beach, so fun is literally at your doorstep. The community offers three-story, five-bedroom homes with private rooftop terrace views for entertaining and unwinding. There are also two-car garages that are equipped to store your golf carts and bikes!