Brevard County - Your Place To Live, Laugh and Discover
Brevard County offers you the best of both worlds, it’s up to you to decide. The convenience of living in a big city or the friendly familiarity of a small town neighborhood. Beneath a limitless sky of sunshine the average temperatures sustain a cool 76 degrees. Brevard County is faultlessly located between Jacksonville and the Treasure Coast. Be it the excitement of purchasing your first home or the tranquil security of buying real estate for your retirement Brevard County has a place for you.
With 24 beautiful Cities to choose from we are certain that your happy place is here:
All of Brevard’s cities are amazing but these exceptional three: Palm Bay, Melbourne and Titusville where ranked 8th in the country’s Top 100 Tech Centers in a Metropolitan Statistical Area in 2009. In fact, Palm Bay alone placed 11th on Forbes’ “America’s Most Innovative Cities”.
Many of Brevard’s cities offer their own unique contribution to the county’s landscape. Home buyers have not only their choice of communities but a plethora of views and activities. From the rich culture of historic towns to the surreal relaxation of streets lined with beautiful trees every part of the county revealing new surprises. You can even expect an abundance of marine life thriving under every bridge, river bend and the ocean.
Melbourne: home to not one but two historic districts and the impressive host to three annual festivals including Oktoberfest, Arts Fest and Melbourne’s Independent Filmmakers festival.
Titusville: offering both science and nature, here you can visit the Kennedy Space Center’s Visitors complex which is beautifully located on a wildlife refuge.
Cocoa: welcome to the county’s premiere city of history, learning and academics. It is home to Brevard Community College and its planetarium and observatory. Home to the University of Central Florida’s Brevard campus and Florida’s Solar Energy center. That’s not all it is also where you can find Cocoa’s Village Playhouse located in historic Cocoa Village. It’s not just about the history and learning though, Cocoa is a thriving retail and industry center as well. Grissom Ridge Industrial Park located along SR 524 host more than 15 franchised stores. After a long day of shopping and learning you can find some peace and quiet as you make your way to the tree lined, cobblestoned streets of the historic towns only a few blocks away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Cocoa Beach: come immerse yourself in nature. With 6 miles of beautiful sandy beaches, golf courses, oceanfront parks, kayaking, boat tours and a multitude of activities this could be your permanent vacation.
Melbourne Beach: as Brevard’s eldest beach community Melbourne offers the perfect cocktail of old and new. With its advanced building codes everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the ocean view from there stunningly architected home to their luxuriously crafted private pathway to the beach. If you’re a fan of history then Melbourne has plenty to offer with the Old Town Hall History Center and the Melbourne Beach Pier. Melbourne has a little something for everyone and recently was voted one of the Ten Best Retirement Spots in America.
Your vacation doesn’t have to end, make Brevard County your home!
No two nights will ever be the same, with a wide variety of options you can always find something new to try. Restaurants galore you decide: go gourmet with French & Italian or go casual with pizza, sushi and tapas. Get your fill with specialty shops all around. Get some remarkable items from handcrafted pottery to original artwork. Enjoy the riverside boardwalk with home-made ice cream. Than in the evening you can experience the night life with live music at one of the several night spots or relax under the sunset on a paddle boat along the river.
We know Brevard County is the perfect place for you! Not sure for yourself?
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Parks: with over 35 parks to the south, 45 parks in its center and over 35 parks to the north there are just too many to list here. Visit the links bellow, check out the parks and see any community events being held at select pa