Ponce Inlet is a tiny seaside town set on a barrier island with the blue water of the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the scenic Halifax River to the west. Best known for the historic Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum at the southern tip of the island, the town offers a laid back, beachy lifestyle to those looking for Ponce Inlet real estate. Homebuyers can choose a spacious, carefree condo right at the edge of the water, or a luxurious single-family home.

Ponce Inlet, FL. Real Estate For Sale

$1,998,000
5 beds - 4+ Baths

4895 S Atlantic Avenue

Ponce Inlet, Florida

MLS® ID: 1034453

$489,000
4 beds - 2+ Baths

4745 Dixie Drive

Ponce Inlet, Florida

MLS® ID: 1034383

$369,000

104 Oceanview Drive

Ponce Inlet, Florida

MLS® ID: 1033556

$369,000

102 Oceanview Drive

Ponce Inlet, Florida

MLS® ID: 1032637

The town of Ponce Inlet was named for the explorer Ponce de Leon, who came to the island back in 1513. Ponce Inlet is situated in a great location on Florida’s vibrant east coast , Residents enjoy the best of both worlds, with a low key, relaxed Florida lifestyle and amenities like restaurants, shopping and entertainment right nearby, Ponce Inlet is just 10 miles south of exciting Daytona Beach with its International Speedway and world famous beach, and within easy reach of Port Orange, Ormond Beach and New Smyrna Beach. The popular amusements of Orlando, including Sea World and Walt Disney World, are just an hour’s ride away.

Living in Ponce Inlet

The beautiful seaside town of Ponce Inlet attracts residents who want to live close to the water and love the stunning white sand beaches and the sound of crashing waves in the Atlantic Ocean. Homebuyers looking for a Ponce Inlet condo will find onsite amenities such as fitness centers, fishing piers, private beach clubs, outdoor and indoor pools, tennis, saunas and even a private 9-hole golf course. Those who prefer a single-family home will find just what they are looking for around town.

The Iconic Lighthouse, a Symbol of Ponce Inlet

The historic Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum complex features the tallest lighthouse in the entire state. The lighthouse and its surrounding buildings are designated a National Historic Landmark, and the site draws over 140,000 visitors each year. Tour the lighthouse and take a trip back in time to 1887. It is worth the climb up the 175 steps for panoramic views of the area and the vast Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse complex also has an educational marine science center with interactive exhibits, a boardwalk, nature trails and an observation tower.

The Ponce Inlet Community Center

Every resident of Ponce Inlet is an automatic member of the Ponce Inlet Community Center. This convenient and inviting community center serves the needs of Ponce Inlet residents with social and recreational programs, organizations and clubs.