Rosemary Beach is a beloved community on the 30A. Its architectural influences are unique to the other New Urbanist communities in the area. It began in 1995 with a vision to create a beach neighborhood built on community and convenience.
A Unique Style
Situated by the beautiful Emerald Coast, the building style will probably remind you of the West Indies, New Orleans or Charleston. The community is connected by pedestrian boardwalks and footpaths. There are even gas lanterns lining the streets. Many of the homes feature adjoining carriage houses. As you enjoy your stroll through the community, you might admire the architecture. And you will likely encounter fountains, playgrounds, swimming pools or tennis courts.
A Bustling Town Center
The center of town is called “The Long Green” and is a favorite location for festivals, markets and other community activities. There are several other green spaces in the community that frequently host live music.
Shops and Restaurants
There is also a great hub for shopping and eating in this area at The Merchants of Rosemary Beach. Shops include art galleries like Curate 30A, spas, interior design studios, a book shop. There are clothing stores to fit any style, including Rosemary Beach Trading Company, Gigi’s Fabulous Kids Fashions and Toys and Willow Boutique. There’s even a spot to purchase something for your pup, Huck & Harlowe. Known for upscale dining and innovative menus, Rosemary Beach has lots to tickle the palate. Try out Amavida Coffee Roasters for a high quality, ethical cup of coffee or get donuts at Charlie’s Cafe. Enjoy fine dining at Restaurant Paradis or Edward’s Fine Foods. And coming soon, Playa Bowls, serving fresh fruit smoothie bowls, smoothies, juices and other healthy options.
The bottom line – this beach community is beautiful, convenient and is its own slice of paradise. It is a great place to live and work. It is also a great place to just kick off your flip flops and stay a while. Book your vacation stay at MyBeachGetaways.com