Category: Community And Neighborhood Information
We, the citizens of Tallahassee, are proud of our city’s green canopy. But, every time we encounter a Tropical system our city feels the negative impact of our choice to remain green. During these times, we often hear voices protesting our choice to maintain Tallahassee’s status as a Canopied City.
With this said, there are many benefits to living in a tree-dotted city. If you find yourself still be wondering if our canopies are worth the cost then read on and decide for yourself.
For the last month, The Eldridge Home Team has been uplifting the emotional landscape of Tallahassee with random acts of kindness. We are committed to performing 100 acts in 100 days and we still have over 60 more to go. Not only will we be sharing the things we are doing as a team, but we will also be highlighting the amazing things people are doing throughout our beautiful city. Share the love Tallahassee! Follow our journey with the hashtag: #100days100acts
There is a video rental store in Tallahassee. Tallahassee’s very own Cap City Video Lounge proves that there is still a very active and interested group of video fans who will venture out to browse a physical collection of movies and select a rental.
This weekend you will be granted the opportunity to take a peek at a real-life painted lady. Don’t miss your chance to come and take a look at one of the very few, very limited Victorian-style homes in Killearn Estates.
A drive down one of Tallahassee’s most beautiful canopy roads will lead you to the serene community of Centerville Conservation. The NE Tallahassee conservation community is located in a quiet corner of Tallahassee’s northeast that remains convenient to everything.
Tallahassee has never seen anything like this new modern master planned community In Tallahassee’s Northeast. With only 24 homes available in the progressive development, these properties will not last long.
Along the pristine Crooked River in Carrabelle, a new subdivision, centered around conservation, allows its residents to live harmoniously with the unique wildlife of the region. Black Bear Bayou is nestled on 45 acres on a wide peninsula abutting a river. Lots within the burgeoning community enjoy astonishing panoramic views of the waterway and Tate’s Hell, which lays in the forest beyond the headland.
If you are like me then you love driving through midtown and seeing the quaint bungalow and cute cottages adorned with their classic, quirky, and charming details which make them so quintessentially midtown.
Pine Dove Farm, Tallahassee’s first “agrihood, ” is now home to several show-ready model homes. The 203-acre community will be the first agricultural subdivision of its kind in Tallahassee. Located off Apalachee Parkway and Williams Road, the neighborhood in eastern Leon County will include approximately 130 homes on half-acre lots starting at $289,000. The homes, which come in six models, will range from 1,800 to 2,300 square feet.
Current home buyers are extremely interested in Arbor Hills homes. From January 2016 to January 2017, the median home sales price for homes in Arbor Hills was $155,000, and 19 homes have sold within this timeframe.
While home values continue to rise, home sales have slowed down in Tallahassee’s northeast side. Homes located in 32309, have experienced a more than 50 percent decrease in sales this month. However, this drop off in sales comes on the heels of months of decreased inventory. In other words, the market may finally be leveling off.