Most Expensive Homes Sold in South Walton Beach in 2009

What were the 3 most expensive Luxury Homes sold in 2009 in South Walton Beach? Well it would be fair to assume that all 3 are gulf front homes and amazingly all 3 are in very different locations.

Most Expensive Homes in South Walton

#1 Most Expensive Home Sold in South Walton Beach  – 879 Blue Mountain Beach in Blue Mountain Beach

This home was the most expensive home offered in 2008 and 2009 with an original list price of $17,250,000! This 8,354sf home was on a private gulf front sanctuary in Blue Mountain Beach resting high on a bluff with 487 feet of beach front and 688 feet of water front on Big Redfish Lake. This amazing home sold for $7 million in May of 2009 for more than $10 million off the original offer price.



#2 Most Expensive Home Sold in South Walton Beach – 191 Beach Drive in Four Mile Village

At 4,647sf, this large, modern home tops our list at number 2. It has an amazing gulf facing heated pool and offers wave-runner access to the gorgeous emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Nestled in the private community of Four Mile Village near Tops,l State Park, it is one of only 37 homes inside a 350-acre nature preserve. To the East is a 1,600-acre State preserve, with 3 miles of secluded beaches and 2 pristine lakes. Originally offered at $6.9 million and sold for $3,240,000 as a distressed sale in May of 2009.



#3 Most Expensive Home Sold in South Walton Beach – 1992 E. County Road 30-A in Seaside

See Forever in Seaside finished out our list at number 3. You can definitely see the emerald green Gulf and white sandy beaches from almost every angle in this spectacular 2,350sf beachfront home. It is located right on the beach adjacent to the Natchez pavilion on the western edge of Seaside. It has unobstructed western views affording unparalleled sunsets over the Gulf. It has been featured in Southern Accents, Second Home and Colorado Homes Magazines. It was also featured on the Discovery Travel Channel’s series, Great Vacation Homes, and HGTV series Homes Across America. This masterpiece sold for $3.2 million April 2009.