Whether itâ€™s the abundance of cultural offerings, sports or outdoor activities, Northeast Florida provides an oasis of peace and recreation. The beaches, St. Johns River and the many other navigable waterways throughout the six-county region provide an array of opportunity for all who enjoy swimming, fishing, surfing, sailing or other water-related activities. We have football, golf, baseball, tennis and the list goes on.
The American Chamber of Commerce Research Association Cost of Living Index identified Jacksonville as the city with the lowest cost of living among Floridaâ€™s five major metropolitan areas and lower than any major metropolitan area in the Southeast. With a 92.2 ACCRA Cost of Living rating, Jacksonvilleâ€™s cost of living index is nearly 10 points below the national average.
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But I think we all Blessed to lie in Florida! Good Luck!!!
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When my wife and I decided to leave the corpoarte world behind we did a lot of research and chose Harmony in Osceola County. Check it out. You'll be glad you did.
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Coral Springs was ranked as the 27th best city in the United States in which to live by Money Magazine in 2006; was named the 10th safest city in the US by Morgan Quitno in 2007; and was identified as one of the 100 best communities for kids by America's Promise, also in 2007. In 2007, Coral Springs became the first state or local government in the nation to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
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There is an area of southwest Florida that should not be over looked during any search. Climate, housing, employment, safety, beach access, and social & cultural activity are aspects that have made the Sarasota/Venice region "The Best Place to Relocate" and "Best Place to Retire."
Our recommendation includes the region between Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, and North Port. There is something for everyone in these areas and they are not over crowded.
The entire state of Florida has something to offer and it depends on your personal preference where your happiness can be found. Your search should include an information gathering trip that includes these places....you will not be disappointed.
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If you are concerned witht he school systems in FL then St. Johns county is where it's at. Almost every school is A rated. Also, the lifestyle here isn't too bad either. My farm area is the Jacksonville Beaches, Ponte Vedra Beach (including Nocatee and Palm Valley), South PV Beach, and Vilano Beach. Most communities in St. Johns county is centered around golf, tennis, the ocean, or the Guana Preserve. Ponte Vedra Beach High School is set to open in the fall for its inagural year. Ponte Vedra is a luxury resort community with tons of ammentites, pristine landscaping, and southern hospitality. We are only minutes to downtown JAX, but still have a sense of "small town" life.
For more information, please email me for listing info at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my company's website at pvclubrealty.com. It has links to public and private schools as well as general information about the local lifestyle here in Northeast FL.
As someone else mentioned, you just need to make a list of what you (and your family) want and need in a primary residence or second home and go for it!
Happy Trails - Ted
St.Johns County, in North East Florida, on the Atlantic Ocean, has what may be the best public schools. Almost every one was A rated this year.
St. Augustine, America's Oldest City, and Ponte Vedra Beach, home of The Players Championship at Sawgrass, both great places to live, work, raise a family or retire, are located in St. Johns County.
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Definitely Lake County, just North of Orlando and East of Disney World area! Stunning rolling hills, gorgeous vegetation, thousands of lakes, crystal clear springs and spring runs, low crime, good quality of life and great values. We are a bedroom community for Orlando, as well as, a retirement haven. For myself - I moved here from Orlando when I married and had children who are (just now barely) grown and I still love it as much as when I came here! Lovely slower pace and unparalleled natural beauty. Some of the quaint villages and towns have a festival flair and a New England flair with cute vintage cottage styles of homes. Many are situated ont he shores of some of the larger lakes in a phenomenal chain of lakes within the county boundaries - with one lake consisting of almost 16,000 acres. The lakes in the chain range from about 400, with one at 4,000 and two more around 8,000 and 10,000. Lake Yale, which is located north of the charming town of Eustis, is a landlocked lake of 4,000 acres. To the north is the Ocala National Forest which is the home of the famous Silver Springs (if you remember the tv show Sea Hunt, that was filmed there, and the Tarzan movies were filmed on the Silver River), and also other springs, including Alexander Springs and Silver Glen Springs. Lake George, on the north end of the county, is the second largest lake in Florida behind Lake Okeechobee. The St. Johns River flows out of north end of the Harris Chain of Lakes all the way north to the Atlantic Ocean in Jacksonville, on which you can travel by boat from here to the Atlantic Ocean.
Below is the address to our county website. Enjoy navigating around that and when you'd like a personal tour or information on rentals or homes, just give me a call! Happy hunting!
It depends what you are looking for. If you want reasonably priced waterfront, look in the Tampa Bay / St. Petersburg Area, if you want rural equestrian, go to Ocala.
It is easier to determine what would suit your needs if you were to tell us what you are looking for. Similarly if I was to ask you where should you live in NY?
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