There are lots of reasons to choose a place to put down roots — beach, weather, location. According to Trulia.com, Daytona Beach has it all. In fact, the Daytona area ranked #3 on Trulia’s top real estate markets poised for growth. With its vibrant culture, major area investments including One Daytona, The Daytona International Speedway, and new hotel developments, MAX is poised to be the most in-demand opportunity in one of America’s hottest markets.
Considered an “American Original,” Daytona Beach can now be your very own backyard. An idyllic 24-mile shoreline that is wide and expansive will find you enjoying peaceful morning walks and long bicycle rides.
From historic national treasures to world-class museums, Daytona’s cultural venues and arts scene include not to be missed visits to the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, the Southeast Museum of Photography, the Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum, the Mary McLeod Bethune Home, J.D. Rockefeller Residence, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
Bring your boat and pack your rods and reels, Daytona is your water nirvana. For off-shore anglers, the Gulf Stream brings a constant flow of fish. Flats fishermen will love the accessibility of the Halifax River. Or step out on two wooden piers for casual angling.
Golf Digest recently ranked Daytona Beach in the top 15 places to play in the nation. You can choose from several famous fairways designed by the legends of the sport from the historic Daytona Beach Club established in 1921 to the famous links at LPGA International.
Cruising is a tradition in Daytona. Whether you’re cruising down Atlantic Avenue in your convertible or taking in the sights on your Harley Davidson, you are sure to log some memories on the 30-mile Ormond Scenic Loop through estuaries, beaches and hardwood hammocks.
Daytona Beach is known as the Festival Capital of Florida for good reason. Year round, you’ll find something to enjoy from gallery walks, craft beer festivals, summer concerts, firework shows on the beach, blues festivals, and the world-famous Speed and Bike weeks.
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