Crawfordville, FL 32327, 32326

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Welcome to Crawfordville!

With a population of just under 4,000 residents, Crawfordville might seem like another small town—but it's actually a place that's rural yet convenient. In addition to being the seat of Wakulla County, this unincorporated community is also home to the St. Marks Powder Company, which has brought plenty of jobs to the area. To top it all off, both Tallahassee and the Gulf of Mexico are just under a half hour away!

Want to experience life in Crawfordville for yourself? Here are a few details you should know before you make your move. 

Key Features of Crawfordville

Affordable Homes

Regardless of what your budget might be, you'll have no trouble putting down roots in one of Crawfordville's picturesque neighborhoods. Here, the average home sells for around $195,000—that's significantly less than what you'd pay in other Tallahassee suburbs!

Top-Notch Location

If you want to be close to the city without all the hustle and bustle, Crawfordville could be the perfect option for you. This quaint community is just under a half hour away from Tallahassee, but it's also located right near US-319 and the Gulf of Mexico.

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Where is Crawfordville?

The Details on Crawfordville

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Shopping & Dining

You won't have to drive to Tallahassee to explore some of the area's coolest shops and restaurants. Crawfordville has its own vibrant downtown district, as well as multiple shopping centers. Be sure to check out the cuisine at Myra Jane's and Lindy's Fried Chicken, too.

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Plenty of fun awaits at Crawfordville's parks and green spaces—but this small town also offers easy access to the sparkling Gulf shores. Just head to Shell Point Beach to go for a swim, relax in the sand, or take your boat for a ride. You can also check out Azalea Park for some on-land fun.

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Public Schools

Crawfordville is currently zoned for Wakulla County Schools, which features both public and charter institutions. The district has consistently earned an "A" rating from the Florida Department of Education for the last five years, and students benefit from a low 16:1 student to teacher ratio. 

Contact the Crawfordville Real Estate Experts

Want to learn more about this one-of-a-kind town? If you're ready to take your next steps, contact us today or start exploring our resources. We look forward to hearing from you!