Not Your Average Beach House

Nathon Abbott


Think about your typical beach house: a tropical shade of paint on the outside and palm tree décor on the inside. It’s a look that’s expected but not necessarily desirable. The homes at Tresca Place at Seagrove Beach will change what you envision a beach home to be.

These homes take beach-house style to a contemporary level with a modern design, exquisite architecture and luxury finishes. Their pristine design is presented by the prestigious builders, Blue Door, who focus on aesthetic beauty and operational balance in their designs. 

While cutting-edge in design, these homes still offer all of the amenities a beach home requires: an abundance of space, close proximity to beach destinations and stunning views.

The homes range from three to five-bedrooms, but in each home the master suite is located on the top floor with a bird’s-eye view. Hardwood floors, craftsman cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, screened porches, garages, elevators and viewing decks are just some of the perks. Did we mention that a golf cart is included for easy beach access?

The views are what steal the show. Step out onto any porch or deck for scenic views that include Seagrove Beach, Tresca Lake and the Gulf of Mexico. Tresca Place is a private, low-density community with amenities such as a neighborhood pool overlooking the lake, but just minutes away are popular destinations such as Seagrove Beach and Deer Lake State Park. A short drive down nearby Scenic Highway 30A will lead you to popular dining and shopping venues.

“Tresca Place gives you easy access by golf cart to all the amazing amenities of Scenic 30A, yet you can escape to a very private, coastal lifestyle,” said Realtor Nathan Abbott. “There are only nine home sites, which provide amazing privacy in this luxury beach community.”

Quick Look

Address: All available homes are on Seapointe Lane
Price: Ranging from $779,000 to $1,249,000
Bedrooms: Ranging from 3 to 5

Contact: Nathan Abbott, (850) 803-7653,

Categories: That Second Home