Why Walton County Should Be Your Next Home New construction homes in Freeport Florida

Why Walton County Should Be Your Next Home

Posted on by Laura Bernstein

Imagine living along a 26-mile stretch of sugar-white sand beaches and turquoise water on Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast. 

That dream can be a reality in Walton County, a charming locale that offers the perfect blend of natural beauty, convenience, and accessibility. Here are just a few reasons why the Emerald Coast’s Walton County is the ideal place to call home.

Easy Access to Airports

Freeport is within easy reach of two major airports: Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) and Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS). Both airports are approximately 35 miles away and offer air service from major airlines like Delta, United, American, and Southwest.

Walton County is well-connected to major cities across the United States. Here’s a look at the air service offered from some popular cities:

Short Driving Distances from Major Cities

Here are some driving distances from major cities to give you an idea of why Walton County is considered a drive-to destination. Although you have plenty of flight options, Walton County is drivable from many major cities. People from these cities often have second homes or investment properties on the Emerald Coast of Florida, although many are simply moving here permanently.  

Unmatched Natural Beauty

Walton County is known for its stunning white quartz beaches, crystal-clear waters, and picturesque landscapes. From South Walton’s sugar-white sand beaches to its charming towns along Scenic Highway 30A, there’s no shortage of natural beauty to enjoy.

Now here is the best part; You can live in Walton County, minutes from the beach, but get out of tourist traffic. Creek is a gated, resort-style community in northwest Florida’s Emerald Coast. The community boasts pickleball, tennis, a fitness center, basketball, and a pool. A new community amenity is currently under construction and will include a second pool and four additional pickleball courts. Enjoy resort-style living, but get out of the tourist traffic. Learn why Bear Creek is one of the hottest communities in Walton County, Florida. Call broker/developer Thomas Williams at 850.258.8670 to find out more about this non-tract home, coastal-craftsman community.

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