Town of Melbourne Beach
Melbourne Beach is Brevard County’s oldest beach community. It is situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River, and sports 18 miles of secluded coastline. The town has several parks and natural areas. Coconut Point Park is a 36.9-acre community beachside park and sea turtle nesting site. Rickman Park is a public park located on Ocean Avenue in Melbourne Beach, Florida, on the Indian River. The park contains the Town Hall, the Melbourne Beach Community Center, a playground and several gazebos. Melbourne Beach also has hiking trails, sporting facilities, wildlife sanctuaries, and “A” rated schools. Melbourne beach is known for it beaches, and recreational opportunities, such as boating, fishing, and surfing. It is also home to the largest sea turtle nesting area in the United States. In 2007, Melbourne Beach was voted one of the ten best bargain retirement spots in America.
Range of home prices:
- Median rental: $2400
- Median Sales Price: $330.000
- Single family homes: $175,000 to $500,000
- Riverfront homes: $450,000 to $800,000
- Oceanfront homes: $700,000 to $1,500,000
- Oceanfront condos: $225,000 to $400,000
Lot sizes – Average .25 acres
Residence styles – Wide variety of homes, condos, townhomes, apartments, and rentals of different ages and styles.