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Inlet Beach

Nestled between Rosemary Beach and Panama City Beach, Inlet Beach offers easy access to the wonders of scenic 30A, as well as proximity to Panama City amenities. Like Grayton Beach and Seagrove Beach Fl, Inlet Beach offers a glimpse of Old Florida life, but also boasts newer, high-end communities like Barbery Coast and Grande Pointe. Wild Heron and Carillon Beach are just down the way, across the Bay County threshold. Click Here to Read More About Inlet Beach.

Inlet Beach Homes for Sale | By the Numbers

Average Price $2.5M
Lowest Price $649K
Highest Price $17M
Total Listings 86
Avg. Days On Market 53
Avg. Price/SQFT $825

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Inlet Beach Florida

Inlet Beach Florida provides quaint and picturesque living on the Emerald Coast.

Inlet Beach is the easternmost beach community in South Walton County, located where scenic 30A merges with the Emerald Coast Parkway (HWY 98). Named after Phillips Inlet at the border of South Walton and Bay Counties, this community is quaint and feels untouched by the world.

When World War II veterans were offered first choice in a land lottery, they jumped at it. As a result, Inlet Beach Florida was originally referred to as “Soldiers Beach.”

 Camp Helen State Park and Lake Powell grace Inlet Beach Florida. Lake Powell is the largest coastal dune lake in Florida and was declared a “Pristine Florida Waterway.”

Experience why a 1920’s sales brochure wrote, “Inlet Beach is a fairyland of beauty tucked away in this secluded spot on the Gulf of Mexico, sheltered by encircling forests and flanked by the turquoise waters of Lake Powell.”


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