Tucked quietly just west of Panama City Beach, not even quite to Highway 30A, Inlet Beach is well known as the quiet beach. Talking to a friend recently (keeping all confidentiality) she subtly disclosed that this was were the nudists once frequented. No naked people today.
Just a few short weeks ago we featured a what-would-seem-to-be boring little house. But it wasn’t the house that sells the area. What sells the area is the quaintness (is that a word?). The charm is all the undeveloped county-owned land that is well preserved, the raw dunes, the rough walk-overs, the unbelievable views over the towering dunes.
The real estate market has held over fairly well. Property values haven’t dipped much, although demand has waned considerably. Close to Highway 98 a series of dilapidated homes pepper the area missing the Tyvek wrapping on the first floor. The homes were started a few years back but never finished.
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