This Rosemary Beach home is exceptionally large and sits on a lovely Rosemary park, Knightsbridge. The home features open, airy spaces with tall ceilings and antique wood floors throughout. The kitchen has granite counters and high end appliances. The living area boasts a grand fireplace and looks onto the green space of the park. There is a private study on the first floor as well. The second floor has 2 master bedrooms, a guest room and a bunk room. The third floor has 4 twin beds, a bath and an entertainment area.
29 Dill Lane Rosemary Beach, Florida
Sq. Footage 3,406
An exceptional home is being listed for sale in Rosemary Beach that faces East Long Green Park and is very close to town center. The home is convienient to swimming pools and tennis courts. Pecan floors grace the home’s living area with soaring ceilings and custom built shelving.The large, covered porch off the living area afford breathtaking views of rooftops and the park. there is a second covered dining porch off the dining area. The large kitchen features a breakfast bar, stainless appliances, custom cabinets and a large pantry. The porch off the kitchen encourages grilling outside. On the first floor you will find a foyer, the master bedroom and bath, a bunk room with bath and a large laundry room with storage closet. There are raised ceilings in the master suite and a courtyard off the master. Very lovely!
45 Long Green Road E. Rosemary Beach, Florida
Sq. Footage 2,300
This Rosemary Beach home for sale is located in the center of Rosemary Beach with a setting on the beautiful East Long Green. This quiet oasis has a large, heated pool on a large lot with an outdoor gazebo for dining. On the main level are two master bedrooms with travertine baths and double vanities. This level also is home to a bunk room and a media room, both with their own travertine baths. The main living area is on the second floor with views of East Long Green Park. A covered porch spans the living and dining areas and provides outdoor seating. exquisite touches include antique, wide plank wood flooring, vaulted wood paneled ceiling in the living rom and room for a carriage house. The home’s lcation allows easy walking to Rosemary’s shops, restaurants, post office and town hall.
105 East Long Green Road Rosemary Beach, Florida
Sq. Footage 2,242
4 1/2 baths
is a town that is attractive to visitors and locals as a place to go for fine restaurants, shopping, beautiful architecture, green spaces for relaxing or throwing a ball with the kids, and an amazing beach. And, as an added bonus, all of these amenities may be enjoyed by walking or riding a bike. The architecture reminds one of a bit of Europe with a dash of New Orleans or Savannah and is perfectly charming. The boardwalks that guide everyone about town and the neighborhoods are shaded by the canopy of the trees and form a sort of cooling tunnel for people to enjoy as they walk about. Here and there you might hear muffled laughter drifting from the homes as families enjoy each other. You might hear soft music or catch a whiff of something good being prepared for dinner. All of this helps to create a very safe and peaceful aura for the residents of Rosemary Beach.
The merchants play host to events every month in Rosemary Beach. Most events are free of charge and appeal to families. During the summer, everyone enjoys weekly outdoor movies, improv story telling, children’s theatre, block parties, and more. The Fourth of July is celebrated with a bike parade, a breakfast party, family field day and fireworks. People love the community and return every year to create memories at Rosemary Beach.
The third annual event, Rosemary Beach Uncorked is a culinary and wine pairing event, will take place this year on Saturday, October 20 from 1 -5 p.m. It might be a good idea to get your tickets for the event now, before they are sold out, as the event is one of the ares’s favorites. All proceeds from the event will benefit Caring and Sharing of South Walton. The organization provides food and assistance to locals in need of help and depends on funds from events such as the event at Rosemary Beach.
Eight Rosemary Beach restaurants will each prepare and serve three dishes to pair with three wines. Participants will enjoy 24 different food and wine pairings throughout the day. One featured wine will be highlighted at each location. The featured wine will be selected by the restaurant’s head chefs, wine makers and distributors. The restaurants thet are participating in Rosemary Beach Uncorked this year are:
Amavida Coffee, Cowgirl Kitchen, Edward’s Fine Food and Wine, La Crema Tapas and Chocolate, Onano Neighborhood Cafe, Restaurant Paradis, Summer Kitchen and Wild Olives Market/Bakery/Deli. Participants will visit each restaurant in the order of their choice during the 4 hour scheduled event time. Advance tickets may be purchased for $75 and door tickets will be $95.
Dining in Rosemary Beach
Dining in Rosemary Beach is spectacular and there are so very many choices for every meal of the day! If you like to begin your day with a cup of coffee and a pastry, you might consider visiting Amavida Coffee. They are a family owned business and have a roasting facility just a few miles away. The coffees are wonderful and their shop has magazines, books and art for your enjoyment. Cowgirl Kitchen serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with healthy sandwiches, soups and salads made fresh daily. They will also fill your beach basket with gourmet spreads, dips and crackers. If you are not in the mood to cook they will provide you with homemade meals and will cater your events. Summer Kitchen Cafe serves breakfast and lunch in a casual atmosphere, but transforms into gourmet dining in the evenings. They serve gulf seafood at its finest.
Wild Olives prepares casual and gourmet foods to enjoy on site or take home. Their menu ranges from meats, cheeses, breads, pastries and sweets. They feature a Friday night wine tasting and a champagne Sunday brunch.
Edward’s Fine Food & Wine is a chef-run fine dining restaurant and wine bar that prepares the freshest Gulf seafood, meat and poultry, local produce and fine imported cheeses.Each dish is prepared to order and is deliciously simple, special and delicious!Onano Neighborhood Cafe serves northern Italian cuisine using local goods. If you wish a taste of Tuscany on 30A, try Onano Neighborhood Cafe.
Restaurant Paradis is a fine dining restaurant with a warm, neighborhood feel and an understated, wine country elegance. Paradis cooks with fresh Gulf and seasonal ingredients. The lounge is the perfect place to meet with friends and is the first four star restaurant in Rosemary Beach. La Crema – Tapas & Chocolate has the feel of Spain and is in a charming, cozy courtyard setting along Main Street.This is the place to go for wines, ceviche and tapas. Their hot and cold chocolates make for a perfect way to end your evening and are not to be missed.
Rosemary Beach is offering a lot of wonderful events in August and you won’t want to miss any of them! Each Monday through Friday kids mat gather for Krazy Krafts behind Bamboo Bicycle Company from 1-4 p.m. There, kids will tie-dye tee shirts, make beaded necklaces and build-a-buddy. Kids will enjoy Storytelling by the Rep Theatre on August 3, 7, and 10 from 10-10:30 a.m. at South Barrett square. The stories will take some unusual turns since they follow the leads of the listeners! Go often since the stories are never the same.
On August 2 and 9, the Rep Theatre will perform ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes” and invites viewers to take part in the show. The shows are sponsored by the Merchants of Rosemary Beach and are held at North Barrett Square at 6:30 p.m. You might wish to enjoy an evening outside at the movies on Western Green on August 2 and 9. They will be showing The Adventures of Tin Tin and Dolphin Tale, so bring a blanket and your family and some
For evenings when parents feel like enjoying an adults’ only moment, the kids will hop at the chance to go to Kids’ Night Out on August 3 and 10. Night Out is held behind Bamboo Bicycle Company from 6 -9p.m. and provide supervision and entertainment for your children. Kids will be provided with dinner, as well as games.
You will want to see the 2012 Coastal Living Ultimate Designer Beach House in Rosemary Beach.It’s at 194 West Kingston Road and is absolutely fabulous! Tickets are only $15 and all proceeds will benefit the Rosemary Beach Foundation.
Mark your calendar for August 4 because you won’t want to miss the 30A Lindy Throwdown. A local group, Blues and Lindy in the Panhandle will be swing dancing and Lindy hopping their way down 30A. They will begin their journey in Rosemary Beach at 9 a.m. so come out and watch!
Wild Olives, a fantastic restaurant in Rosemary Beach
has been open since 2006 and has made changes over the years to meet customer needs. The restaurant had humble beginnings and served as a convenient market, deli, and bakery which provided customers with breakfasts and lunches.
Rosemary Beach grew and the market expanded with longer hours to include dinner and indoor dining. The owners decided to place more emphasis on their lunch and dinner menus after an educational trip to the Napa Valley in California. The restaurant’s food became more sophisticated and upscale to appeal to the tastes of people who spend time in Rosemary Beach. The dining room has been remodeled and made to feel very comfortable and is called “Bistro 104”. It is still fun and casual while providing an atmosphere in which diners want to relax and spend some time.
Wild Olives has wine tastings every Friday night when the owners share their favorite wines, paired with the right food. A mere $20 will allow you to try 6 wines with appropriate tapas and relax in a great place. What a nice way to spend Friday Night!
A portion of Scenic Highway 30A has been renamed Charles Modica, Sr. Hospitality Way in honor of one of Seaside’s most beloved citizens, Charlie Modica. Mr. Modica and his wife, Sarah relocated their sucessful grocery business from Alabama to Seaside about 30 years ago. Modica Market
Charles ans Sarah Modica
was the first business in Seaside and has always been considered the anchor of the Seaside community. Mr. and Mrs. Modica and their family have poured love, dedication and hard work into their business and have been very generous in giving back to the community. Mr. Modica passed away in 2010 and is greatly missed by so very many people who considered him to be a friend. The store is now run by Mrs. Modica and their children, Charles and Carmel.
The ceremony was patriotic, with and opening prayer given by Fr. Tom Collins and a presentation of color by Walton High School ROTC. The Modica grandchildren led the pledge of allegiance and the singing of God Bless America. Speakers talked about Charlie’s genteel manners and his welcoming spirit that made so many feel comfortable and at home. Mr. Modica was referred to as Seaside’s “unofficial mayor” and is greatly missed by so many, but it can be said that his spirit live on.
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There are several upcoming events you will want to be aware of and attend. E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10A.M. until 3P.M. and is offering some interesting presentations for the public. On Saturday, June 30, Mike Kay will conduct two presentations with marine touch tanks to allow you to get up close and personal with marine life. Mr. Kay is a saltwater fish expert and he will talk about the importance of aquaculture and its influence on the conservation of saltwater coral reefs. If you have an aquarium you must attend this session.
On July 7 there will be a presentation on Beekeeping in the Panhandle. Gordon Clauss is a professional beekeeper and the owner of Camp Flower Honey and will be talking about the craft of beekeeping and the importance of bees in Northwest Florida. He will be bringing some of his honey for purchase.
The Biophilia Center offers education on a better understanding of our environment, with a focus on the importance of biodiversity, ecosystems, conservation, preservation and restoration of our natural resources.
You may learn about our coastal dune lakes at Topsail on June 29. Park at the day use area in Santa Rosa Beach and walk to the clubhouse for the meeting. The rogram fee is included in the $6 entrance fee to the park. There will also be a similar program held at Eden Gardens State Park
on July 11. Such a nice way to learn something new and enjoy the flowers and landscaping at Eden Gardens!
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