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Ricki Golden
Paradise Coastal Realty
29 Via Deluna Dr. , Pensacola Beach, FL 32561

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Pensacola Is The Home of America's First Settlement:

History here is palpable. In 1559 Tristan de Luna established a settlement at Pensacola Bay. This was the first multi-year European settlement in what is now the continental United States but was abandoned after two years.In the late 17th century the Spanish returned to the area to found the modern Pensacola as an outpost from which to defend their claims to Spanish Florida. Downtown is dotted with reminders of this era in American history.

2. Many People Say Pensacola Beach is "One Of The Best Vacation Spots On The Planet".

And by “many people,” I mean about fifteen million per year. With the history, music, bars, longest barrier Island in the world, miles and miles of powery sand, sun-soaked beaches, many marinas, an average temperature of about seventy degrees, approximately 228 days of sunshine every year, well, be sure to bring your bathing suit(s).

3. Get Your Degree In Island Life Move to Pensacola

The city of Pensacola has a handful of colleges and schools, but the one with the greatest percentage of students who move here to be at the beach is: Pensacola State College. The university is located on within 10 minutes of the bay and 22 of the beaches. Pensacola hosts about 26,000 college students on average.

4. Pensacola Has So Many Districts, It puts Philly to shame.

Pensacola is divided into sections that are very distinct and they are different from one another.. some could be cities unto themselves: the defense bases populated with workers, the downtown professionals, the surfers and vacationers, alphabet city, East Hill, North Hill, East Pensacola Heights, The college district, and Gulf Breeze. Thankfully the divide between niche districts is where the similarities end. All of this accumulates into a city that embraces diversity, identity, and self-expression.

5. The Avaiation Museum Is Stockpiled With History

Naval Aviation Museum, is a military and aerospace museum at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida. The museum was established 14 December 1962. This museum is devoted to the history of naval aviation, including that of the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Coast Guard. Its mission is "to select, collect, preserve and display” memorabilia representative of the development, growth and of the historic heritage of United States Naval Aviation.

More than 150 aircraft and spacecraft are on display, including 4 former Blue Angel A-4 Skyhawks, the Curtiss NC-4 (the first aircraft to cross the Atlantic), U. S. Coast Guard helicopters, biplanes, a K-47 Airship control gondola and tail fin, an aircraft that President George H. W. Bush trained in, and the S-3 Viking used to transport President George W. Bush to the USS Abraham Lincoln in 2003.

6. You'll Be Best friends with Dolphins in no time.

On the Dolphin Express (and other) dolphin cruises, you will come face-to-face with all sorts of slithery creatures from the depths of the Gulf. Take the two hour cruise and go head to head with al kinds of aquatic creatures. Watch a dolphin show and go head-on with sharks, stingrays and other sea monsters.

7. We Don't Mind If You Park At The Beach

Adjacent to Pensacola Beach, FL is the Gulf Island National Seashore, the longest stretch of undeveloped barrier island in the world. What that means is that when you visit, you will have thousands of acres of undeveloped natural dunes, grasslands and sandy beaches to explore at your leisure along with Ft Pickens (Contineously occupied by the North during the Civil War. Drive down the beach highway through the undeveloped National Seashore park to kill time, careful not to kill any nesting birds (they are treated like gold here.) A perfect summer day (all year around) at the beach is waiting.

8. Get Your Eye Patch, Parrot And Peg Leg Ready!

This is Margaritaville. Literally. Jimmy Buffett was born in nearby Pascagoula, Mississippi and spent part of his childhood in nearby Mobile, Alabama just inland from Pcola. Pensacola Beach was certainly a haunt. And, today, there's a Margaritaville Hotel (and Landshark Beach Bar) on the beach - Pensacola Beach.

9. Pensacolans Take Boats Seriously

There's a Yacht Club, Hundreds of Marinas, Boat Sellers, boat storage, boat repair (sails, motors, parts, etc), boat parties, boat festivals, charters, bare boats, boat shows, boat dealers, The Dragon Boat Festival, Ferry boats, (Probably Fairy boats, too) pontoon boats, boat trailers, boat docks, boat parades......... It's just a "Boat City"

10. Deck Out Your Living Room With Taxidermied Animals

Since Pensacola borders the Gulf of Mexico and Pensacola Bay, the city not only provides ample opportunities for fishing fun, but hunting as well. Potential kills and /or interior decorations include duck, wild boar, quail, deer, alligator, and geese.

11. The Thought Of Hurricanes Make You Happy? Move to Pensacola

We get 'em.

12. Pensacolans Would Take Kayaks To Work If They Could

Between the All of the Bayous, the bay and ........... there's no limit to stunningly scenic kayaking adventures in Pensacola. And residents and tourists alike take every opportunity to grab a paddle and jump on them skinny boats.

13. Pensacolans Have Boho Down Pat

For a bohemian afternoon of sipping of tea, shopping for new threads, or trying out a vegetarian or vegan specialty, do downtown!

14. We Won't Call You A Landlubber If You're Into Baseball

Catch a Pensacola Blue Wahoo's game at Wahoo Stadium to see the AA baseball team in action. Don't forget to net yourself some hot dogs and peanuts, too.

15. Not Scuba Diving Is Not An Option

Petting a stingray at the aquarium isn't cutting it? How about a scuba diving adventure, then? You'll learn how to safely navigate snorkeling and freediving ventures so you can eventually visit the mysterious underworld of sea creatures yourself.

16. Van Gogh and Andy Warhol Stopped By

You know… metaphorically. The Pensacola Art Museum features permanent exhibits by dozens of local artists from throughout the Panhandle region. But the coolest feature of the museum is its constantly rotating collection of fine art in a variety of different mediums from world-renowned artists.

17. Beer and Pizza Never Get Old

Beer... Brewed litterally ..... All Over The Place. Breweries in town, Breweries on the Bay ...... But, honestly not enough places to get Pizza. But, yawanna talk fish tacos? There's got to be a thousand places to get them. BBQ joints? On the main streets, on the side streets, in people's back yards........ there's BBQ EVERYWHERE!

18. Pensacola Jazz Is Smoother Than A Newborn Baby's Bottom

The annual Pensacola Jazz Festival kicks off every March at Heritage Park. This music celebration draws performers from all over the country and around the world to provide entertainment to the festival's visitors. Famous past performers include jazz greats Kirk Whalum, Louis Bellson and Marvin Stamm.

19. Pensacolans Can Handle All The Drama

Pensacola Little Theater Downtown, The Vinyl Music House, The Saegar Theater, Plays at the Colleges. Continually performing theaters, with a range of productions each year. Depending on when you stop by you could catch a production of “To Kill A Mockingbird” or a performance of Monty Python's “Spamalot.”

20. The Music is Non Stop

Jazz, Dueling Pianos, Blues, Country, Hip Hop, Garage Band, Cajun, Zydeco, more blues, more rock, Hundreds of venues within a 15 mile radius ...... The Blues Angel Music Store is one of the biggest on the coast. Maybe .. the south.

21. It's Got A One-Stop Shop For The Best Views In Town

A three mile causeway bridge with never ending and always changing views of the bay, the barrier island and city. Fish from any of 3 piers each with a great view.

And we haven't even had a chance to get to the Best Real Estate Prices on the Emerald Coast. !!!!

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Rick Golden, Agent. Your real estate representative in Pensacola FL. Representing Buyers and Sellers of Real Estate for over 40 years. Over 1180 closed transactions. Builder of 523 homes (retired).

Previous: Director- Builder's Association. US HOME, EPC Construction, Author of "The 20 Golden Rules of New Home Marketing". Degrees: "Certified New Home Sales Professional", "Understanding Housing Markets and Consumers," "Marketing Strategies, Plans and Budgets" "Lifestyle Advertising, Promotion Strategies", "How to Organize a Construction Company" and "Lee Evans Presidential Seminar" with the CEOs of the top 20 U.S. Residential Homebuilding Companies.

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