St. Marks, FL 32355
St. Marks Real Estate
Welcome to St. Marks
Running along Coastal Highway 98 to Highway 363 right across from the Gulf, St. Marks is a beautiful coastal sanctuary nestled near its namesake river. Here, residents are surrounded by protected parks, historic monuments, as well as a pristine downtown outfitted with marinas, cafes, and fishing spots.
Want to learn more about life in the resort-style community of St. Marks? Let's explore everything this waterfront oasis has to offer.
Key Features of St. Marks
Homes in St. Marks vary in size and price, making it easy to find the perfect abode or vacation getaway. Historic cracker-style homes, modern luxury beach houses, and quaint bungalows all line the streets of this small yet diverse town. And to top it all off, properties here only cost an average of $377k, though vacant land can be significantly less expensive.
Surrounded by the Wakulla and St. Marks Rivers, this beautiful waterfront town only has a little over 300 residents—how's that for a hidden gem? If you want to live like a local, we recommend going fishing or boating (the area has both public and private marinas!), learning more about St. Marks' past at San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park, or exploring the St. Marks Lighthouse.
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Shopping & Dining
There's never a shortage of retail and culinary opportunities when you call St. Marks home. Pick up some provisions at the Sweet Magnolia General Store, and don't forget a scoop of ice cream on your way out! Bo Lynn's Grocery has served the community for decades, while Riverside Cafe's tiki bar and fresh seafood is always worth the hype. Don't forget to grab a quick lunch courtesy of Cooter Stew Cafe, too!
St. Mark's unbelievable location puts it near two rivers, as well as the Gulf of Mexico. When you're not fishing or boating, be sure to experience some of the area's top-notch green spaces. Spot manatees at Wakulla River Park, trek the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, or hike the scenic Cathedral of Palms trail. Nearby Aucilla Wildlife Management Area also offers opportunities for kayaking and birdwatching.
Children living in St. Marks attend institutions operated by the Wakulla County School District, which serves around 5,100 students south of Tallahassee. Currently, the community is zoned for Medart Elementary, Wakulla Middle, and Wakulla High. St. Marks is also home to Coast Charter School. Many graduates go on to attend Florida State University in Downtown Tallahassee.
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Making a move in the Tallahassee area? Let us help! We at Century 21 First Story are longtime locals of the Tallahassee area, so we know it like no other! Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you find the perfect home in just the right spot.