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Amelia Island offers you an escape—and boasts some serious credentials. Continually ranked as one of the Best Islands in the Continental United States, Amelia Island most definitely draws attention, from tourists and new residents alike! As a result, real estate on the island is in high demand, however the area offers buyers quite a lot of choice.
For those searching for a private property close to the waterfront, look no further. Offering a selection of condominiums, vacant land, and single-family homes for sale at a wide range of price points, there’s truly something for everyone in Amelia Island.
The condominiums for sale in Amelia Island tend to be located close to the waterfront, with stunning views of the ocean. Amenities vary from complex to complex, but generally you’ll find modern upgrades and features such as an outdoor pool for resident use.
Built in typically Florida beach or Contemporary styles, you’ll find a number of beautiful homes for sale on Amelia Island. From single-family residences tucked into quiet streets to ultra-luxurious estates on the waterfront, each home on the island offers something different for every taste. There are also a number of historic buildings, built in Victorian styles, that add to the charm of the island.
Amelia Island Highlights and Attractions
Perhaps most well-known for its stunning beaches, Amelia Island has a number of attractions to enjoy, for those of any age.
Golfers in particular are drawn to the area for the plethora of courses to choose from. The island houses five golf courses: The Golf Club of Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach Golf Club, Amelia River Golf Club, Oak Marsh, and The Amelia Island Club (Long Point Course). Golf enthusiasts will find each course both challenging and exciting, all offering something unique.
Those who love the outdoors will not only love the Amelia Island coast, but also the number of parks on the island. With small green spaces dotted around the area, the island has a few major parks of note: Fort Clinch State Park, Drummond Point Park, and Amelia Island State Park.
As well, foodies will enjoy the wide selection of restaurants and bars on the island, as well as the numerous shopping opportunities—from chain stores to unique boutiques. It’s just a quick drive—or even walk—to experience great food (especially shrimp, an Amelia Island speciality!) and exciting stores.
The island also has a rich history, dating back hundreds of years, and visitors and residents can learn more about it at the Amelia Island Museum of History. Also on the island is Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport, and tourist attractions such as the historic Amelia Island Lighthouse—the oldest existing lighthouse in Florida!
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