If you’re looking for a new state to live in, you might want to consider Florida. The so-called Sunshine State earns its name with its year-round pleasant weather, where enjoying the hundreds of miles of coastline can be done almost every week of the year. The housing market in the state is a good one to tap into as well. Lots of undeveloped land remains where new homes get built, so despite everyone moving to the state, there’s still many affordable options amidst all the beach fun, golfing, and touristy things to do.
Jacksonville has certainly boomed the last few decades from population growth. A generation ago, no one outside the state had really heard of it, and now there’s an NFL team there. It’s proximity to the ocean certainly helps draw people in, but it’s also nice how it’s towards the northern end of the state. Anyone craving mountain heights and cooler air can find the tail end of the Appalachians just up the road on the side of Atlanta.
If you want a secure community with tightly regulated visitation and traffic, then you might want to look at homes for sale in hampton park jacksonville fl. This community is a gated one, and community amenities include a clubhouse, pool, various sports, and an enclosed playground.
At any given time, several homes for sale in Hampton Park might be on the market. At the time of writing, seven were listed. They ranged from under two thousand square feet to almost four thousand, with bedrooms ranging from three to five, and bathrooms from two and a half to five. Asking prices ranged from just under three hundred grand to half a million.
Jacksonville is certainly a great place to live. In addition to being able to drive up to the mountains if you want to escape the summer heat and humidity, cruise lines use the city as a port so you can sail to the Carribean and Bahamas. Interstate 95 also provides great access to the rest of the state and much of the Eastern Coast as far north as Maine and Massachusetts.
Plenty of jobs are available in the area, which is useful if you’re not looking at retirement yet. Actually, the retirees flocking to the state help. They increase the money being spent and demand for services, yet don’t actually take up the jobs they create.