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Historic​ ​Homes​ ​for​ ​Sale​ ​in​ ​Northern​ ​FL

Written by Posted On Wednesday, 26 July 2017 03:03

Are you looking for a home that exudes charm and history?

 

Don’t miss out on your choice of some of the current historic homes for sale in Northern FL.

 

The largest metropolitan area in North Florida is Jacksonville and its cities include Saint Augustine, Orange Park, and Fernandina Beach. Other metropolitan areas are Pensacola-Ferry, Pass-Brent, Tallahassee, Ocala, Gainesville, Crestview-Fort, Walton Beach-Destin, Panama City-Lynn Haven, and Palm Coast. Lake City and Palatka are also important cities considered micropolitan areas.

 

Northern Florida is sometimes called “Old Florida” because it shows what the culture of the entire state used to be like a few decades ago. It is more similar to the Deep South in terms of culture. The communities in Northern Florida are mostly rural with the exception of Jacksonville.

 

Aside from having attractive historic properties, Northern FL is also a paradise for anyone who enjoys nature. Residents and visitors alike enjoy hunting and fishing. North Florida is home to the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.

 

What qualifies a home to be considered “historic”?

 

Generally, “historic” means at least 50 years old, but age alone doesn’t make a home historic.

 

A home is considered historic or architecturally significant by the National Register of Historic Places—or by the local historic board—if it displays a signature architectural style, embodies the essence of a given time period, or is associated with famous people from the past. Homes located in neighborhoods designated as historic districts also fall under this category.

Why buy a historic home in Northern FL?

 

Nothing comes close to the aesthetic beauty and unmatched architecture of a historic home.

 

Historic homes are often in high demand. That’s because listings for historic properties don’t happen every day. They also sell faster than other homes in the same neighborhood and close at a higher sales price because of their historical value.

 

In addition, most historic homes do qualify for some tax benefits or rehabilitation grants. This adds more value to the investment and offsets the costs of owning and maintaining the property.

 

If you're thinking about buying a historic home, you'll be delighted to learn that there are many places to find historic properties in Northern FL.

 

You can head to the oldest city in the U.S. and see what is available in Downtown St. Augustine. Feast your eyes on the beautiful architecture in the historic districts with lots of amenities within walking distance!

 

Imagine living under a canopy of the 100 year-old oak trees, covered porches, dormers, double-hung windows, inlaid wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, arched doorways, built-in cabinetry, tree-lined streets, and expansive parks. Sounds heavenly, right? These are just some of the notable characteristics of historic homes found in the Jacksonville area.

Let’s Get Started:

 

I am Janie Coffey, your top real estate agent in Northern Florida. I know historic homes inside and out. In fact, our family traces our ancestry for 16 generations to the First Coasters arriving in Saint Augustine in 1574 from Minorca through to present day.

 

To find out more about me and the available historic homes for sale in the area, you can visit this link.

Call me today at 904-525-1008. With my extensive knowledge and expertise, I can help you find the perfect historic home for sale in Northern FL.

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Janie Coffey

First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty | 820 Highway A1A North Suite E-15-A Ponte Vedra Beach FL 32082 | 904-525-1008 | JanieCoffey.FirstCoastSIR.com

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