If the idea of living in a seaside community near gorgeous white sandy beaches and outstanding recreational opportunities is appealing to you, look into homes for sale in New Smyrna Beach. This lovely town has it all, from championship golf courses to eclectic shopping and a vibrant art scene. Ocean and river view New Smyrna Beach homes are situated along 13 miles beautiful miles of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway property.

New Smyrna Beach, FL. Homes For Sale

Under $200K,      $200K – $400K,      $400K – $600K,      Over $600K

$899,000
4 beds - 2 Baths

225 Sugar Mill

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1028392

$769,000
3 beds - 3 Baths

6954 Turtlemound Road

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1034192

$675,000
5 beds - 4 Baths

423 Quay Assisi

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1028712

$629,000
3 beds - 2+ Baths

250 Minorca Beach Way 301

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1034198

$3,990,000
5 beds - 4+ Baths

1507 N ATLANTIC Avenue

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1026117

$3,700,000
6 beds - 7+ Baths

1675 N Atlantic Avenue

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1034901

$2,950,000
6 beds - 8+ Baths

700 HAMMETT Lane

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1023570

$2,650,000
4 beds - 5+ Baths

4721 VAN KLEECK Drive

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1024993

Residents of New Smyrna Beach enjoy a strong neighborhood feeling, making the town the ideal place for families and active adults. The area’s long history is apparent in historical sites like the Sugar Mill Plantation and the Old Fort. Established public events like Biketoberfest!, the New Smyrna Beach Jazz Festival and the Halloween Creepy Crawl bring neighbors together. New Smyrna Beach homes start from under $200K, and an oceanfront estate with private beach access can run well over $1 million. Choose from carefree condos, luxurious single-family homes and grand estates, many with their own boat slips.

Water all Around

Enjoy a dynamic lifestyle with excellent recreational options. Surfers will find outstanding wave action on beautiful New Smyrna beaches, and anglers can try their hand at surf fishing for redfish. Join a fishing charter for the day and participate in tournaments like FishStock held every Memorial Day weekend. For a unique experience, drive along the beach in designated areas prepare for a wonderful day at the water’s edge. Boaters can rent a watercraft at a local marina, or bring along a kayak or canoe to explore secluded estuaries and the vast Atlantic Ocean.

The Loop

The New Smyrna Beach Waterfront Loop bridges the mainland with the beach. This picturesque six-mile stretch takes you on a scenic tour of New Smyrna Beach along waterways including the Intracoastal, the Indian River and the Atlantic. Drive past quaint areas minus commercial development that exude Old Florida charm, and visit attractions like the Canal Street Historic District, the North Causeway and the Westside Community. The Loop also features numerous waterside dining opportunities.

A Town with Character

New Smyrna Beach residents can take the time to stroll along Flagler Avenue, a charming historical street featuring one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants and galleries.  Begin at the ocean and proceeds for five blocks along the avenue until you reach the river.  Browse historic Canal Street downtown with the ambiance of yesteryear, and pick up something special like a home décor item or a collectible from the Antique Mall.

A Vibrant Arts Scene

Known as one of the best small art towns in the nation, New Smyrna Beach offers many opportunities to enjoy visual and performing arts. The Atlantic Center for the Arts, an artists-in-residence program, attracts aspiring artists who seek instruction from accomplished artists in a variety of disciplines. Catch a performance at Harris House and Arts on Douglas, and visit numerous galleries, and frequent art shows, concerts and festivals that are held regularly throughout the year.