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Welcome to Crawfordville
Crawfordville is a thriving rural community just south of Tallahassee in Wakulla County. This quiet little town is well-suited for buyers who desire a country lifestyle, large acreage tracts of land, and a close proximity to Gulf Coast communities. Crawfordville also enjoys easy access to rivers, state parks and wildlife areas, and even several natural sinks famous for scuba diving.
With a population of just over 4,900, Crawfordville is an ideal choice for buyers looking for a little peace and privacy. This little town is growing fast, though, with new construction on the rise and options available in both pre-built housing and custom-built homes. Interested in building a custom home? Ask us for builder recommendations.
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Crawfordville at a Glance
Gulf coast / beaches: About 20 min
Tallahassee: About 25 min
Major roads: US-319, US-98
Median Home Value: $137,200
Spotlights of Crawfordville
Crawfordville is surrounded by many beautiful parks, reserves, and wildlife areas, including Wakulla Springs State Park, St. Marks Wildlife Refuge Area, and the Apalachicola National Wildlife Management Area. There are also several local town parks complete with amenities such as sports courts and fields, playgrounds, trails, and gazebos.
Lovely Historic Sites
Structures of Crawfordville date back to the early 1890s, though the town's history reaches into the early 1800s, when it was located farther south along the St. Marks River. Today, Downtown Crawfordville is still home to the Historic Courthouse and the Old County Jail, which houses a museum, a genealogy room, and a museum shop.
Fantastic Watering Holes
Crawfordville's proximity to rivers, lakes, the Ocholochnee Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico make it an outstanding home base for paddlers, swimmers, boaters, and scuba divers alike. Just 30 minutes from town, The Ochlockonee River State Park is a haven for boating, fishing, paddling, and exploring.
What You'll LOVE in Crawfordville
What's it really like to live in Crawfordville? We've got the lowdown on all the things that make Crawfordville truly special.
Beautiful New Construction
Thinking of purchasing (or building) a brand-new home? You'll have plenty of options in Crawfordville! Some of the area's best new neighborhoods include: Hidden Meadows, Linzy Mill, Magnolia Park, Mallard Pond, Scenic Stream, Stone Ridge, The Flowers, The Hammocks, The Park, and Tradewinds (on the coast).
Tons of Local Businesses
As the county seat of Wakulla County, Crawfordville is the central hub of both government and business in the county. For residents, that means the convenience of bigger chain stores and restaurants, but also plenty of small-town local merchants as well. Downtown Crawford is home to unique antique boutiques and gift shops, and many tasty local eateries, too.
Plenty of Educational Opportunities
Crawfordville public school students are served by Wakulla County Public Schools, a small district of just over 5,000 students with four elementary, three middle, and two high schools. For continuing education, Crawfordville is also home to a satellite campus of Tallahassee Community College and the Wakulla Environmental Institute.
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