Beautiful Ormond Beach on the east coast of Florida is well-known as the former winter escape for the charismatic billionaire John D. Rockefeller, whose home is now open to the public. Ormond Beach is located just north of Daytona Beach near the blue Atlantic Ocean and the scenic Halifax River. The town attracts a population of families and retirees, along with companies that appreciate the skilled workforce in the area. Homebuyers looking for Ormond Beach real estate will find single-family homes ranging in price from under $200,000 to luxurious estate homes priced well over $1 million.

Ormond Beach, FL. Real Estate For Sale

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3 beds - 2 Baths

921 Woodstream Lane

Ormond Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1031108

3 beds - 2+ Baths

49 Treetop Circle

Ormond Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1027609

4 beds - 4+ Baths

1536 John Anderson Drive

Ormond Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1036857

3 beds - 2 Baths

11 Rio Pinar Trail

Ormond Beach, Florida

MLS® ID: 1036754

Residents of Ormond Beach have the advantage of a relaxed lifestyle and pleasant Florida weather all year around. The town boasts 35,000 residents who enjoy the natural beauty of the area as well as championship golf, parks and the nearby Daytona Beach International Speedway. Nearby landmarks include the Casements, the former John D. Rockefeller home; the historic Ormond Beach Firehouse, now meticulously restored; and the 1910 Ormond Yacht Club boathouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Birthplace of Speed

Ormond Beach is known as the birthplace of speed, and the town became popular when Henry Ford and other pioneering auto inventors tested their creations on the hard packed sand beach. The town celebrates this early history with exciting events that recreate those racing days. Driving on the sand of Ormond Beach is still allowed in designated areas.

Universal Appeal of Ormond Beach

The town of Ormond Beach offers something for everyone. The National Strategy Group rated Ormond Beach as one of the top 100 cities for relocation, and the town was designated one of the best places to retire in Where to Retire magazine. Families, young professionals and snowbirds enjoying an escape from wintry weather up north can enjoy popular watersports like fishing and boating. Ormond Beach offers residents pleasant riverfront and beachfront parks, and nature lovers can see an array of wildlife at Tomoka State Park. Of course, swimming and sunbathing are the main activities at the beautiful white sandy beaches.

Ormond Beach Scenic Loop & Trail

One of the main attractions in Ormond Beach is the 30-mile loop linking beautiful natural scenery, historical buildings, museums and beach access. The loop offers a glimpse of old Florida as it was years ago. Follow the double loop trail as it begins in Ormond Beach, and then heads north toward Flagler Beach as you drive by beautiful creeks, sand dunes and marshes. Dolphins and whales can often be seen offshore, as well as a variety of turtles that nest in the sandy beaches near A1A. Residents and visitors driving the loop can take advantage of hiking, bicycling and walking trails with scenic views.

Ormond Beach is the perfect location for residents who love the beauty of the great outdoors, the culture of historical sites and outstanding recreational opportunities.