New Smyrna Beach -- Beachside
The North Beach Community encompasses the area between Flagler Avenue and everything to the North up to Dunes Park. North Beach is comprised of predominately single family homes of various sizes and shapes. You will see massive luxury Riverfront and Oceanfront homes surrounded by more modest beach bungalow and periwinkle style homes and everything in between. There happen to be only a handful of condominium complexes in North Beach and the largest of which is the beautiful Minorca complex. Minorca is located at the northern most point of the island and has 7 beautiful buildings with stunning views. The North beach community is arguably the most sought after area in New Smyrna Beach and it is relatively untouched by a commercial footprint which makes it so appealing.
Central Beach is the area located between the North and South Causeways. Central beach offers a short walk to the hustle and bustle of Flagler Avenue, with all of the shops, various eateries and nightlife for any person to enjoy. This area was once full of small homes with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms with some condominiums on the Ocean. While the charm and quaintness of Central Beach is still everywhere that the eye can see it has started a transformation in the last few years. We are now seeing construction of new homes on empty lots and rehabilitation of the small homes is making way for various types of additions and 2nd stories. If you want to enjoy the beach just head east and you're sure to find a walkover to get you to the ocean, almost every street has one for added convenience.
South Beach is the area located from 3rd Avenue South to the Canaveral Seashore. South Beach is home to no drive section of the New Smyrna Beaches. With homes, condominiums and townhouses all shapes and sizes, this is a fantastic area of our island to enjoy the aspects of old Florida. While the south side of the island is a bit further from the excitement of Flagler Avenue there is something to be said about its secluded feel.
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