Satellite Beach Property Management
Servicing Satellite Beach and all of Brevard County.
The Space Coast of Florida is full of desirable places to live, and Satellite Beach consistently ranks highly as one of the best places to settle down in Brevard County. Just 6 miles north of Melbourne and 115 miles east of Tampa, Satellite Beach is a small and charming beachfront community that’s actually one of the youngest cities in the Space Coast.
Designated Satellite Beach in 1871, the area remained completely uninhabited until after World War II. Stephanie Snaith was the first resident to build a permanent home on Satellite Beach in 1951, and the town has grown significantly since. You’ll find Satellite Beach on the thin strip of the island just south of Patrick Air Force Base.Read More
What’s it Like to Live in Satellite Beach?
One of Satellite Beach’s best assets is the natural beauty of the area. It’s one of the most scenic beachfront communities on Florida’s Space Coast, and there are plenty of places to enjoy nature in comfort. There are numerous parks throughout Satellite Beach, including the Sebastian Inlet State Park, the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, and the Hightower Beach Park. It’s also a short distance away from the Canaveral National Seashore and all of the attractions surrounding Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center.
Living on Satellite Beach is incredibly rewarding. With a population under 11,000, there’s a very close-knit, small-town vibe in the area, and the median family income is over $84,000. Satellite Beach has a very low poverty rate. The temperatures rarely dip into the 50s even during the coldest months of the year. During the spring and fall, the temperature typically hovers between 60 and 80 degrees, and it can get very hot in the summer, with temperatures approaching 90 degrees.
Your Day-to-Day Life in Satellite Beach
If you decide to move to Satellite Beach, you’ll find plenty of work opportunities in the area thanks to a thriving local economy. It’s also a great place to settle down with kids as there are five public schools in the town, three primary, one middle school, and one senior high school. Kids and adults alike will love having easy access to the Florida shore for swimming and saltwater activities, but the Satellite Beach area also provides easy access to freshwater bodies inland for swimming, boating, and freshwater fishing.
When it comes to local art and culture, there is no shortage of attractions, including the Zora Neale Hurston House, the Brevard Museum of Art and Science, and the attractions of the Kennedy Space Center.
No matter what you do for a living, you’ll find it easy to get around. Satellite Beach is close to many of the other Space Coast cities and only about 10 minutes from Melbourne International Airport. It’s the perfect place to live if you work from home. You’re likely to have an incredible view from your home office, and taking a stroll on the beach for your lunch break isn’t out of the question. If you’re considering moving to the Space Coast, make sure that Satellite Beach is at the top of your list of potential places to settle down.
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