As a relatively young beach-front community with only about 200 single-family homes, Sea Colony has attracted a surprisingly diverse group of residents. Within our neighborhoods, our residents include full- and part-time residents. Full timers include locals, Florida-born, and new-comers from northeastern, mid-Atlantic, southern, and mid-western states. Part timers have primary residences in a similar range of states, but also include ‘full timers’ with secondary homes elsewhere.
Residents include retirees, as well as-soon-to-be retirees, professional couples, and families with children ranging from cradle to college aged. School buses provide transportation to primary and secondary schools and to the Florida School for the Blind and Deaf. As a community with private streets, no street parking, and restricted access, our children can roam throughout our community safely.
The desirability of living in our community is manifested by two groups of residents. Four of our retiree residents have attracted their children to purchase homes in Sea Colony and about a half dozen of our home owners are single.
In summary, Sea Colony has evolved into a great place to live, independent of the fact that it is ocean side with a beach that is considered by some to be the finest beach within 100 miles.