Located just south of Daytona Beach along a famous stretch of A1A, Daytona Beach Shores is an idyllic coastal town that enjoys a lower cost of living and lower real estate prices than other Florida beach towns.
Residents here have the luxury of enjoying all of the benefits of coastal living, while still being close to big-city amenities across the bridge in Port Orange or Daytona Beach.
Daytona Beach Shores was first organized by local business people in 1960 with the goal of establishing a smaller community that could provide better services to local residents. A real estate boom throughout the 1970s and 1980s saw a number of high-rise condominiums built along the beach. A number of other condos were built in the 1990’s and 2000’s, and though there are a number of single-family homes, the majority of residents live in condos today.
Daytona Beach Shores Real Estate
As a Daytona Beach Shores resident and a Realtor serving this area, I’m uniquely positioned to introduce you to this fantastic coastal lifestyle.
Below I’ve created some links so that you can explore the types of condos and homes available here at various price points.
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Daytona Beach Shores Condos
Daytona Beach Shores Homes
Daytona Beach Shores Lifestyle
Coastal living is a way of life in Daytona Beach Shores, so everything about the community revolves around that idea. Each day you’ll see hundreds of residents walking, biking, running, or lounging along the beach, boating and fishing along the river, and soaking up some great Florida sunshine.
For a city sized less than a square mile, Daytona Beach Shores has a ton of amenities for residents to enjoy.
The Daytona Beach Shores Senior Center is a community focal point where adults ages 62 years and better come together for services and activities. A quick check of the calendar there and you’ll see activities like Zumba, Yoga, Bingo, Wii Bowling, and more taking place on a regular basis.
There are a number of beachfront parks, a city-owned racquet club, 10 lighted pickleball courts, and more.
Events like food tastings, chili-cookoffs, dinners, live music, and dances take place at the open air pavilion right next to the community center on a fairly regular basis.
All of your grocery needs are covered with a Publix Supermarket, which is right across the street from the stretch of condos you see in the first photo in this article. In addition to that, there are more than a dozen local restaurants and shops lining South Atlantic Avenue as it moves through town.