6 Amazing Vacation Homes in Seagrove Beach

Located right outside of Seaside, Seagrove Beach is one of the most coveted vacation areas on 30A. This adorable beach town features amazing dining options, plenty of shopping, and of course, beautiful white sandy beaches. If you’re dreaming of spending your next beach trip at Seagrove Beach, check out these amazing homes in the area and start planning your trip today. Whether you’re searching for a gulf-front mansion or a cozy beach cottage, Five Star has just what you need!

1. Casa del Rey

Casa del Rey is a spectacular gulf-front vacation home in Seagrove Beach. This amazing nine-bedroom estate sleeps up to 18 guests and features everything you need for an incredible beach trip. Additionally, the home has a gulf-front pool with sunk-in lounge seating, two balconies overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, a private beach access, in-home elevator, and a gorgeous interior. Between the breathtaking gulf views, one-of-a-kind design, and state-of-the-art amenities, Casa del Rey is fit for royalty!

2. Seas the View

Seas the View is a luxurious three-story vacation home in the heart of Seagrove Beach. This beautiful home is just steps away from Seagrove’s community beach access and it boasts spectacular gulf views. It even has its own rooftop deck for viewing purposes. Inside, Seas the View features stunning decor, top-of-the-line appliances, and beautiful beachy accent pieces. In addition, with eight bedrooms, this gorgeous property comfortably sleeps up to 23 guests, which makes it perfect for larger groups traveling to 30A.

3. Driftwood

Driftwood is a beautiful new build vacation home in Seagrove Beach in the charming community of Magnolia Dunes. This amazing home features coastal chic decor, flooring made from reclaimed lumber, and marble countertops. Furthermore, with five bedrooms, this stunning beach cottage sleeps up to 14 guests comfortably, which makes it a great option for families. In addition, this home has an incredible outdoor living space in the backyard that includes outdoor seating, dining, grill, and pergola. Additionally, guests also have access to Magnolia Dune’s community swimming pool and the home is just a three-minute walk to the beach.

4. Slainte

Guests at Slainte are sure to have a blast in this incredible Seagrove vacation home. Slainte is a beautiful six-bedroom home that sleeps up to 16 guests with amazing gulf views in the gated community of Seclusion Dunes. The home also features a private pool and pool house. Additionally, there are flat screen TVs in every room, stunning decor, and ultimately everything you need for an unforgettable 30A vacation. In addition, Slainte is only a short two-minute walk to the beach and guests can take in the phenomenal views from the home’s expansive balconies.

5. A Winterpast by the Sea

Take in amazing gulf views, splash in your private pool, or take your own private boardwalk down to the beach at A Winterpast by the Sea. This amazing five-bedroom vacation home in Seagrove Beach sleeps up to 15 guests and truly encompasses the laid-back atmosphere of 30A. Moreover, with panoramic gulf views throughout the home, an open floor plan, and plenty of space for entertaining guests on the gulf-front balcony, A Winterpast by the Sea is the perfect place to spend your next 30A vacation.

6. Paradise Found

Discover paradise in Paradise Found, a vacation home in Seagrove Beach. With eight bedrooms, this gorgeous lakefront estate sleeps up to 20 guests and features incredible amenities. Additionally, the home has a private pool, spa tub, wet bar, and spectacular gulf views. Paradise Found is right across the street from the beach and it takes less than a minute to walk there. Overall, Paradise Found has everything you need for your next beach trip and more!

In conclusion, if you’re planning a trip to Seagrove Beach, Five Star has you covered. With so many dazzling properties in the area, you shouldn’t have a problem booking your dream home. Start planning your next vacation today!

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