Those of you who are regulars here know that we had a trip planned to Hawaii and canceled due to their covid surge. We had to make a quick decision to reschedule. The architecture in Rosemary Beach Florida has always intrigued me so here we are. Rosemary Beach is a “neo-traditional” community. It encompasses 107 acres and is located in the Florida panhandle. The architecture combines the traditional styles of St. Augustine, the West Indies, New Orleans, and Charleston. The result is a charming town with a strong sense of neighborhood. Let’s take a look at the Charming Homes in Rosemary Beach.
Every day since we have been here we have walked or biked a different street to check out the beautiful architecture. We are renting our home from 30 A All Seasons Rentals.
There are a lot of Cape Dutch variations. This one is behind the pool that is located right across the street from our rental.
Variations of the Charleston style are found scattered about the community.
The lots aren’t large but the community is filled with trees and native vegetation.
Steve loved the use of the antique shutters on this pretty home.
There are lots of interesting color combinations.
There are a few modern takes on the traditional style that blend harmoniously as well.
A beautiful beachside home.
Jenna and I thought the color combination of this one (located two houses down from us) was interesting.
This home appears to have been built on two lots.
Most homes are multiple stories to maximize the lot size.
This board-formed concrete home and garage caught our eye, as it was a bit outside the box.
No home is located more than five to ten minutes from the center of town or the beach. There are four pools within the complex, as well as tennis courts, and a fitness center. Nearly every rental is equipped with bikes, and you can ride bikes everywhere.
The beach at Sunset.
Every Sunday there is a fabulous Farmers Market on the grassy area here downtown.
We are completely smitten with Rosemary Beach. There are some other pretty towns along the 30A, Seaside, Watercolor, Grayton Beach, etc., but none quite have the charm (in our opinion) of Rosemary Beach. The very chic Alys Beach has beautiful architecture, as well but Rosemary Beach has our heart. If you have a chance to visit I would highly recommend it. For more information on Rosemary Beach visit, Rosemarybeach.com.You might also enjoy this article from Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles.
Thank you for reading Charming Homes in Rosemary Beach. I will be back on Sunday with Mary Ann and Annie for our Sunday favorites. If you missed last Sunday’s favorites you can read it here.