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Living in Daytona Beach Shores

29°1467′N 80.9633°′W

Daytona Beach Shores is a vibrant coastal municipality of 5,100 residents located beachside, with 5.5 miles of white-sand beaches treasured by residents and visitors alike! The Shores is on the barrier island directly south of Daytona Beach, Florida, and features the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Halifax River on the west.

Residents and visitors enjoy the pristine beach - whether for sunrise walks or bicycling, playing in the sand and surf, or enjoying the quiet solitude of the setting sun. Boats sail and cruise along our waterways daily, making the views from either the east or the west particularly scenic. Shore birds are abundant, and the beaches are maintained with dunes that protect the natural habitat. We are truly a beachside retreat!

Founded in 1960 by local businessmen who favored a small community, Daytona Beach Shores is a unique community that serves as a beachside retreat and a vibrant municipality. Active lifestyle and recreation are part of the culture here, with a modern, spacious Shores Community Center that offers classes, social activities, and special events such as free concerts year-round.

The City features a dozen manicured parks that provide access from the ocean to the river, including tennis and pickleball facilities, a dog park, and pavilions that can be reserved for picnics and parties.

Daytona Beach Shores is home to hotels and resorts, outstanding restaurants, and many shopping opportunities. Dozens of businesses serve the community. Fishing, dining, and beautiful views are available at the Sunglow Pier. The Daytona Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau website is a resource providing a list of attractions, hotels, and restaurants in the Shores.

We are proud of our 60+ years as a City, and we look toward the future. Life is better here! [1]

Visiting Daytona Beach Shores

They say life in Daytona Beach Shores is just better! Well, that's what their logo, "Life Is Better Here," alludes to and I must say I agree. 

Located on a barrier island along the Daytona Beach Shores has a much calmer laid-back vibe compared to its sister city, Daytona Beach. The 5.5-mile white-sand beaches are a true treasure to its residents and visitors alike. 

Nicknamed, "The Shores," boost many manicured parks that provide access from the ocean to the river, including tennis and pickleball facilities, a dog park, and pavilions.  

Investing in living in this area is highly desirable for those seeking to live here year-round and truly call it home. 

There are several great oceanfront condominiums in Daytona Beach Shores. I like to call it the "condo corridor." Starting with Oceans Vista, on the border of Daytona Beach and Daytona Beach Shores down to The Aruba Condominiums, the news condominium building developed by Jim Mack, and beyond. If you love the beach, owning a condominium in this area may be right for you - but let's not forget the homes dotting the community across the Halifax River. There are some stunning properties on the river and in between that are worthy of your consideration. [2]

If you are considering buying or selling in Daytona Beach Shores, be sure to call me at 818-287-4008 or fill out the form below, and I will be happy to send you listings that match your budget and interests, or a free (CMA)  comparative market analysis on your current home.

Daytona Beach Shores Homes For Sale

 

*This information is intended to be accurate but is not guaranteed. The buyer is responsible for verifying any and all information provided.  

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $496K
Lowest Price $15
Highest Price $3.9M
Total Listings 283
Avg. Days On Market 134
Avg. Price/SQFT $327

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1. Information courtesy of dbshores.org.

2. Information courtesy of dbshores.org.