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#GraytLife in The Village at Grayton Beach

The Village at Grayton Beach is a coastal community comprised of 47 homesites, a neighborhood pool with waterfall feature and an ideal location close to the greatest treasures of Grayton Beach. Every new home is built with the highest quality standards and excellent finishes including shiplap accents, wood cabinetry with soft-close features, granite countertops, durable laminate wood flooring, beautiful crown molding, outdoor showers + more.

The funky, free-spirited beach town is situated adjacent to the nationally-recognized Grayton Beach State Park. Starting as a homestead in the late 1800s to a U.S. Coast Guard station during World War II, Grayton Beach proudly carries its rich history. Oyster-shell roads and old wooden homes only add to the old Florida charm of Grayton Beach.

Whether you’re relaxing on one of the top beaches in America, according to Dr. Beach, wandering through the eclectic shops, or enjoying a bite to eat, life in Grayton is hard to beat. From The Village at Grayton Beach, everything is a short walk or bike ride away.

Beach and Lake Access

Grayton Beach State Park is a 7-minute bike ride from the community by 30A or by bike trail through the park and offers easy access to Western Lake as well as the Gulf of Mexico. The State Park is complete with restroom facilities, picnic pavilions, and campgrounds. Visit South Walton has made day use of the park accessible for free all summer long, creating the perfect, pristine beach day! State parks tend to be less busy than public beaches making this a great option for spreading out from the summer-time busyness!

The town of Grayton Beach also offers a few additional beach and lake accesses including the only beach on 30A that allows 4-wheel drive vehicles to drive all the way to the shore (with a permit)!
The beaches in Grayton are a 6-minute bike ride away and are local favorites for their sugar-white sand, turquoise waters, and relaxed and easy-going feel.

Shopping and Dining

There are so many great dining options in Grayton Beach, it’s hard to pick where you want to go! Chiringo is a fan-favorite – inspired by a trip to southern Spain, both the menu and décor are fresh and vibrant with gorgeous Gulf views from the second floor. AJ’s is another great choice for fun live music and fresh seafood. Of course, no time in Grayton Beach is complete without stopping by the iconic site of the Red Bar which is soon to begin rebuilding! One of the newer beach shops in Grayton is Tribe Kelley Surf Post, founded by Brian and Brittney Kelley of Florida Georgia Line! These downtown favorites are only a 6-minute bike ride from the Village at Grayton Beach.

The Shops of Grayton and Mystic Porte are hot spots for coffee, delicious dining options, and unique shops including the Shard Shop and Andy Saczynski Art Gallery. Nanbu Noodle Bar is a fantastic option with delicious Japanese cuisine now available for lunch and delivery! One of the most popular coffee and pastry shops on 30A, Black Bear Bread Co. & Bar Room focuses on seasonal produce and sensible sourcing delivering delicious food, pastries, and coffee in the most aesthetic of settings. All of these shops and eateries are just a 2-minute bike ride or 5-minute walk from the neighborhood.

Grayton Beach is one of the most spirited, fun-loving towns along 30A with so much to offer for dining, shopping, activities, and perfect beach days. Living in The Village of Grayton Beach puts you right in the middle of it all with outstanding new home opportunities. The chance to own a brand new home in Grayton starting from the $600s is a unique offer not found anywhere else!



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One Response to “#GraytLife in The Village at Grayton Beach”

  • Ariel
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    We are staying at Firenze the end of June and we are concerned about the deep sand at the entrance. We drove by it a couple weeks ago and almost got stuck and our friends did get stuck. I think the next door construction has stirred up the sand more than usual. Anyway, we couldn’t pull up beside it even to the garage. Is there any way to get the sand scaped along where we will have to enter? Thanks, Ariel Taylor

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