Blue Mountain Beach Real Estate and Blue Mountain Beach Homes for Sale
Named after the color of the native blue lupine wildflowers that blanket most of its tall dunes during the spring and summer months, the idyllic coastal village of Blue Mountain Beach contains the highest elevation point within the Florida Gulf Coast.
Located along Scenic Highway 30A between Dune Allen and Grayton Beach, Blue Mountain Beach offers an unspoiled, rustic landscape and restful beach living, as well as numerous recreational activities like hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and more – making it the perfect setting for a private retreat or getaway.
Blue Mountain Beach offers a good selection of housing options, including:
- Single-family residences
- Beach cottages
- Sprawling luxury estates in neighborhoods and new developments like Sanctuary by the Sea, Sanctuary at Redfish, Redfish Village, and Highland Parks
- Mediterranean-style condominium complexes such as the gated communities of Adagio and Bella Vita, which have fountains, gardens, swimming pools, spas, fitness centers, and direct access to the beach
High-end homes, particularly the ones along Blue Mountain Road, also have direct beach access and magnificent views of the Gulf Coast.
Other higher-priced homes have access to Draper Lake and Big Redfish Lake through private boat slips.
Area of Interest
- Point Washington State Forest– A 15,000-acre forest consisting of sand hills, basin swamps, wet flatwoods, wet prairie, and cypress swamps. Located mostly to the north of County Road 30A, the forest hosts the world’s largest known population of Curtiss sandgrass, as well as 10 different natural communities, including rare sandhill ecosystems. Rare and endangered species such as the gopher tortoise, flatwoods salamander, red-cockaded woodpecker, bald eagle, and the American kestrel have also been known to reside within the forest. Bikers, hikers, and birdwatchers will enjoy traversing Point Washington State Forest’s more than 10 miles of trails.