Imagine living in a place where everyday feels like a getaway, and where understated luxury and elegance meets relaxed beachside living. The beautiful urban seaside town of Alys Beach features iconic structures and architecture reminiscent of the world’s most celebrated and beloved coastal cities. Built to be a great place to live for families, the town is beautifully executed, with a heavy emphasis on sustainability and only the highest standards in design and construction.
Alys Beach Real Estate
Named as the “Perfect Beach Town” by Southern Living magazine, the town envisioned by DuanyPlater-Zyberk& Company features a community that the magazine described as nothing less than an “architectural dreamscape.” Found along the Gulf of Mexico in the Florida Panhandle, the community’s coastline stretches up to six miles near the historic and scenic highway 30A. Surrounded by natural beauty and developed with a well-rounded lifestyle in mind, Alys Beach provides plenty of options for residents to lead a healthy and balanced lifestyle. It has plenty of amenities and community features where residents can unwind, play, dine and relax.
Following the town’s urban vision, Alys Beach’s town founder established The Office of the Town Architects. The office ensures that homes built in the area adhere to the neighborhood’s design code and makes sure that homeowners are guided throughout the homebuilding process, from selecting a lot to construction.
The town’s urban design is influenced by Bermudan architecture, with whitewashed spaces, limestone floors, antique cypress beams and brightly patterned cement tiles. A sustainable city, all homes are built to the strict standards of the Institute for Business and Home Safety. In fact, homes built in Alys Beach are created with solid concrete and masonry, with roofs grouped in cement tile and with windows and doors that exceed the requirements of the Florida Building Code for hurricane resistance.
Alys Beach Homes for Sale
The homes that can be found in Alys Beach are categorized under three home types: Courtyard Home, Compounds and Villas. Courtyard homes and compound homes are built on lot edges and are organized around a private central courtyard, featuring stunning and awe-inspiring outdoor galleries, terraces, gardens, fountains, and pools. Villas, on the other hand, are freestanding structures that have expansive yards all around.
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