Falling in Love with Florida Sunsets


When you think of Florida, you think of sunshine, natural beauty, and incredible weather. No wonder it’s known as the Sunshine State. However, when that sun goes down, we think that’s where the real magic lies. At SEASALT Properties, we believe that Florida offers a wonderful lifestyle. We understand that one of the best things […]

Fantastic Florida: Summer Day Trips and Top Tips for Memorable Days Out


As the summer peaks, it’s the perfect time to plan an exciting day trip in Florida. Known for its beautiful beaches, diverse wildlife, and vibrant culture, the Sunshine State offers endless possibilities for memorable outings. One of the many advantages of Coastal living is that there’s a world of entertainment at your fingertips. So, whether […]

The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Beach Home in Florida

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For anyone planning on buying a dream beach home in Florida, this blog is dedicated to you. That’s because although it’s an exciting time, it can also be a daunting time.  One minute you’re planning your coastal interiors, thinking about the world-class beaches on your doorstep, the guest list for a housewarming party, sailing trips, […]

4 Reasons Why Retiring in West Florida is The Life

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It’s a well-known fact that West Florida is one of the most beautiful places to vacation, work, and live. The sunny climate and mild winters, as well as a lifestyle that offers entertainment, relaxation, and mental health benefits, make it heaven on earth. 

<strong>Coastal Living Interiors: 5 Ways to Get the Beachy Look</strong>


So, you’ve finally secured your dream beach home and are about to get to keys, or you’re planning on giving your coastal home a refresh. You’ve worked hard to invest in a beach home, so let’s make sure that it looks and feels as beautiful as its surroundings. Florida coastal living offers the best lifestyle, […]

Adapted Living: Finding the Right Home for Those with Mobility Issues


If you use a wheelchair, have mobility issues, or if someone in your family has additional needs, you’ll notice certain challenges that most take for granted.  Take steps, for example. For the able-bodied, steps are not an obstacle. However, if you have a mobility issue or use a wheelchair, steps can present a barrier.