WaterSound: Where all paths lead to the sea (PHOTOS)

Published: Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 02:32 PM.

The Riggios are some of the original homeowners at WaterSound.

"There was nothing here when we bought," said Micheline. "I painted here before there were houses."

"We can sit alone on the beach," chimed in Tony. "In the summer there may be only 30 people on our beach and in the fall, two. When we first saw WaterSound, even though there was not a single house built, I said I could live here. There are trees and space between the houses, unlike some other beach towns."

And WaterSound living has suited this couple to a tee.

Surrounded by Camp Creek and Deer Lake , as well as Point Washington State Forest , WaterSound offers the Riggios the quietest and most serene beach on 30A, as well as a reminder of their homes in the north.

"The houses are supposed to look like Nantucket," said Micheline, "with a Florida vernacular. And, all paths lead to the sea. It's perfect."

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