Tallahassee Magazine - September – October 2022

Mission San Miguel Beauty

Tucked at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac along the tree-lined streets of Mission San Miguel, this five-bedroom, three-bath home was custom built in 2015 and positioned on its lot to maximize space and privacy.

Blanket Your Home in Fall

Fall is the perfect season to focus inward on a home’s interior. After all, family-friendly holidays are right around the corner, and it’s nice to have a cozy space prepared for gatherings.

The World is Your Oyster

Nestled in historic downtown Pensacola is the one-of-a-kind, 19th-century Oyster Bay Boutique Hotel. With luxury furniture, coastal decor and each guest room inspired by the Florida coastline, the hotel is perfect for an oceanside getaway.

Glory Days

Gary is a a real estate broker and homebuilder who has entered upon the bee business. He markets Blue-Eyed Girl honey online and in a few retail stores, including the Shell Shack in Mexico Beach.

Destination Apalach

The quaint, disparate communities of the Forgotten Coast have long been one of North Florida’s best kept and most precious secrets. Among these charming coastal villages, tucked away among sprawling freshwater marshes, pine flat woods and oak hammocks, is Apalachicola.

The Bay Arts Alliance Paints the Town

Morgan Summers, a lettering artist and muralist inspired by the sign painters of the ’60s, is leaving brush strokes all over Panama City Beach as part of the Bay Arts Alliance’s mural project, an ongoing push to expand the presence of public art in the city.