Palm Coast Communities

Getting to know Palm Coast

Before 1969, the land that would eventually become the City of Palm Coast was considered by many to be nothing but "a big pine-covered swamp." But when the corporate eyes of ITT/Levitt looked upon the virtually uninhabited land, they saw 22,000 acres of golf courses, marinas, ocean-front motels, scenic drives, and house lots awaiting the arrival of sun-seeking "pioneers." Marketing strategies targeting urban residents in the North and Midwest offered slices of land cut out of miles of forests, and soon a 500-mile infrastructure of roads, utilities, and sewer lines bound Palm Coast to a future that included becoming the largest planned unit development in Florida history.

One of Florida's newest cities (incorporated 1999), today Palm Coast is a Florida paradise – situated on 70 miles of saltwater and freshwater canals and the Intracoastal Waterway and just minutes from pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches. Perched between historic St. Augustine and Daytona Beach along the scenic A1A River and the River to Sea Preserve, Palm Coast offers a perfect mix of golf resorts and lush nature reserves.Vibrant lifestyle and the natural environment go hand-in-hand here. The City offers a dozen beautiful parks, 125+ miles of connecting trails and paths for walking/bicycling, abundant fishing and boating, and world-class tennis and golf. Lined with historic oaks, towering pines and indigenous vegetation, Palm Coast's parks and trails showcase the splendid elegance of the native Florida landscape. Bird-watching is popular at St. Joe Walkway and Linear Park, which are designated as Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trails, and natives and visitors alike can spot dolphins and seabirds as they stroll along the Intracoastal Waterway at Waterfront Park.

Market Stats for Palm Coast

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General Stats

Highest Price Listing

$3,490,000

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Average Listing Price

$545,450

Total Market Listings

68

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Average Price Per Sq Ft

$218.00