Traton Homes is excited to share that our first Florida community, Cessna Village, is officially open for sales! Located in beautiful Santa Rosa Beach, this exclusive coastal community includes 19 homes priced from the mid-$600,000s to the $800,000s. Just minutes from the renowned beaches along 30A, Cessna Village delivers a relaxed coastal lifestyle and endless opportunities to enjoy extraordinary seaside destinations!
Cessna Village is an intimate enclave of only 19 homes, including a limited number of exclusive waterfront home sites nestled alongside Mill Bayou. In this charming coastal haven, you’ll discover bliss at every turn with an abundance of shoreside activities just waiting to be explored! Whether you choose to spend the day sunning on the beach, collecting seashells, chartering a fishing boat, taking in a breathtaking sunset or shopping the unique coastal boutiques, the possibilities are unlimited!
Homes at Cessna Village feature stylish interiors, open living areas and charming details that create an idyllic coastal setting for relaxing and entertaining. Home exteriors showcase a chic coastal style with classic board and batten exteriors, wide covered porches and metal roofing. Floor plans provide three to four bedrooms, spacious family rooms, luxurious island kitchens and lovely outdoor spaces for enjoying scenic views.
Living at Cessna Village means you’ll enjoy both beautiful homes and an unbeatable location close to beaches, shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation! Perfectly positioned with an incredible South Walton location, Cessna Village is only minutes from sugary white beaches and picturesque seaside towns along 30A.
Children living at Cessna Village attend Nan R. Butler Elementary, Emerald Coast Middle and South Walton High.
Don’t wait to learn more about these fabulous homes now available at Cessna Village in Santa Rosa Beach! Reach out to Sales Agent Ted Turner at TTurner@TratonHomes.com or call 404-315-9063 to discover more details.
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