Situated on one of the last remaining beachfront properties along Scenic Highway 30A, the brand new development Thirty-One on 30A is nearing completion in Seagrove Beach. Slated to be the ultimate destination for gulf front owners in South Walton, Thirty-One features exquisite architectural design, luxury finishes, upscale amenities and spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico.
Homeowners at Thirty-One can choose between seven spacious floor plans classified as either a residence or a villa. All homes will offer three to four bedrooms, expansive beachfront balconies, 10’ ceilings and oversized windows to maximize enjoyment of the amazing beach and water views at this one-of-a-kind property. Finishes and appointments in each residence and villa include private elevators, luxurious Quartz countertops, Wolf® & SubZero® appliances, a wet bar with wine refrigerator and ice maker, elegant hardwood or travertine flooring throughout, large walk-in closets and much more.
Distinguishing life at Thirty-One from other gulf front residences along Scenic Highway will be exceptional on-site amenities for owners. The property will restrict all rentals to a 30-day minimum ensuring a peaceful atmosphere where guests are settled in for extended stays. A 335’ pristine white sand beach and an expansive pool terrace with a resort-style swimming pool with private lounge and deck areas offer the perfect places to play or relax. Stay fit at the fully-equipped fitness center or host ultimate gatherings at the club room or multipurpose room with an on-site catering kitchen. Additional amenities include an outdoor common area with firepit and kitchen, underground parking, golf carts and secure storage.
Thirty-One’s central Seagrove Beach location ensures an effortless 30A lifestyle. Walk or ride bikes to beloved Seagrove restaurants including Café Thirty-A and Angelina’s Pizzeria and Pasta, area boutiques, galleries and activities. The popular Seaside community is just over one mile to the west while Alys Beach and Rosemary Beach are just minutes to the west.