30Avenue benefits from the value of thoughtful town planning and gracious architecture created by a respected team of designers. With attention to detail on every front, this new village center is poised to be an integral part of the thriving South Walton community.
An allée of soaring date palms creates a dramatic first impression inviting walkers, bikers and cars to explore the 16-acre mixed-use town center. Grand promenades and open green spaces combine with sheltering paseos, fountains and intimate courtyards in the spirit of historic shopping districts from Palm Beach to Highland Park to Country Club Plaza.
30Avenue is composed of a mix of one- and two-story buildings constructed of white stucco and animated with black shutters, awnings and balconies for a timeless and sustainable coastal architecture.
A stroll through the brick-paved streets, parking and sidewalks of 30Avenue is an experience to relish whether in search of fine dining, gourmet groceries or the latest fashion. Visitors and clients looking for a casually sophisticated venue apart from the rest will find it along 30Avenue.
Highlights & Demographics
- According to Florida Trend magazine, Rosemary Beach shares the
#1 spot with Fisher Island as Florida’s wealthiest zip code
- Rosemary Beach is the #1 zip code in Florida in
median earnings for workers at $212,440
- Average 30A home sale price in 2012 was $764,793
- Real estate transactions equaled $583,000,000
last year in South Walton
- Walton County continues to be one of the
fastest growing counties in Florida
- An estimated 3 million tourists visited South Walton in 2012
Look Who’s Talking
“The beach communities on Scenic Highway 30A somehow manage to drip Southern family charm, pioneer cutting-edge design, and stay out of the limelight. They also share what may be the best beach in the continental U.S.”
— The New York Times
“To find the finest beaches in the world, intrepid Americans might head to Saint Tropez on the French Riviera or perhaps Australia’s famed Gold Coast. But the ultimate sundrenched powder-sand fantasy lies not on some distant shore, but on the coast of Northwest Florida.”
— Coastal Living