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Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach, Florida is located on Santa Rosa Island in Escambia County. Pensacola Beach is known for its sugar-white sand and emerald colored water. As if the beach itself was not enough, there are a variety of activities available on the island including restaurants, shopping, and live music. Pensacola Beach Elementary school has received several awards of excellence. It's no wonder residents choose to live here year...

Gulf Breeze

The City of Gulf Breeze shares the rich history of Pensacola Bay. We have evidence that dates back nearly 1,000 years to the Native Americans that resided here. Don Tristan de Luna y Arellano led the first European settlement here around 1559. Gulf Breeze now traces it's name to the Gulf Breeze Cottages and Store. This store opened a post office branch in 1936 where Beach Road Plaza now stands.



The city of Pace, located in Santa Rosa County, is approximately 15 miles from downtown Pensacola. The community of Pace is named after James G. Pace, who owned large lumber, paper, and turpentine productions that operated in the area and throughout the Southeast. The once small, rural community has seen dramatic growth within the last decade - both in population and commercial activity. Pace offers many wonderful neighborhoods to live.


The City of Milton, the county seat of Santa Rosa County, is approximately 24 miles northeast of downtown Pensacola. Several excellent canoe rivers are found north of Milton, giving Santa Rosa County the distinction of the "Canoe Capital of Florida". CLICK HERE to view ALL listings in Milton.


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Perdido Key

The community of Perdido, in Escambia County, is located about 17 miles west/southwest from Downtown Pensacola. Perdido Key is a 257 acre barrier island, located between extreme Northwest Florida and Southeast Alabama. Roughly 60% of the island is located in Federal or State Parks, making it one of the few remaining pristine areas of wilderness in the Florida Panhandle. Perdido Key is home to a variety of wildlife, from the Perdido...