NatureWalk sales popular with 30A homebuyers


The SeaGlass by Kolter Homes is one of four designer models open daily to tour at NatureWalk at Seagrove. This four bedroom, 3.5 bath home includes a formal living room, dining room, air-conditioned owner’s lockout and 2,537 square feet of air-conditioned living area. The home is priced from $499,900.

Special to The Sun
Published: Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 04:16 PM.


Local 30A real estate professionals are experiencing a long-awaited change in the real estate market.  As national and regional media confirm the housing market rebound, area homebuyers aren’t wasting any time making their move. 

Nowhere has the impact been more dramatic than at Kolter Homes NatureWalk at Seagrove, which has recorded record sales to jump start 2013.  This new residential community, designed with charming coastal architecture, opened last spring adjacent to WaterColor and Seaside , just a short bike ride away from the famed Emerald Coast beaches.       

NatureWalk at Seagrove’s popularity can be credited to its unprecedented pricing in the coastal market.  With single-family homes starting in the low $400,000s, Kolter has delivered unmatched luxury living in a residential community unlike any other in the area.

A covered bridge entry welcomes homeowners to a neighborhood surrounded by the Point Washington State Forest . Residents enjoy immediate access to miles of state-protected nature trails that meander throughout the coastal region and are connected to popular area amenities by convenient bike paths.

The community also provides homeowners with a popular amenity center, The Gathering Place, complete with three swimming pools, sun deck, a covered pavilion, putting green, barbecuing areas, a children’s playground and other family-friendly activities.

NatureWalk at Seagrove is also benefitting from a year ‘round and seasonal market that appreciates the area’s robust calendar of events and a casual beachside lifestyle.

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