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Ormond Beach, Florida boasts the highest standard of living in Volusia County. It was originally settled as a tourist retreat for the rich and famous at the turn of the century, and that tradition continues today. Ormond Beach is a lovely bedroom community that’s known for its’ quality of life, near-perfect climate and natural beauty. It has a light industrial base, an award-winning education system and a medical system that is second to none. The medical community here offers services in nearly every specialization, with top rated rehabilitation services and many assisted living facilities. Ormond Beach has active senior citizens who enjoy a state-of-the-art senior complex that offers activities and programs designed especially for the elders of the community. It’s no surprise then that Ormond Beach has been nationally recognized as one of the best places to retire. The city offers abundant shopping and restaurants and a nationally acclaimed recreation program. Ormond Beach’s Leisure Services Department was named one of the top four in the country in 2002. The schools in the area consistently rank above average for test scores, and with its’ low crime rate, Ormond Beach is also a great place to raise a family. The town offers a variety of cultural experiences, with museums, art centers, concerts and theater – even a world-class orchestra. John D. Rockefeller was one of the early settlers in the area, and his summer home, called “The Casements,” is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is now a cultural center for the city. The geography of the region surrounding Ormond Beach includes beautiful beaches, pristine rivers and streams, state parks and lush vegetation. There are golf courses galore, and a variety of other recreational opportunities such as swimming, fishing, boating, surfing, hiking and biking.

Ormond Beach has competitive housing costs – affordable and varied for all income levels. The residential areas are very well kept, and business sites are also available. Ormond Beach is home to 29 companies that provide more than 2,000 jobs, and it is considered to be part of the Daytona Beach Metro Area, which provides many more jobs and services. For real estate, you can find anything from a small cottage-style home, townhouse or condominium to a luxurious oceanfront estate with a spectacular ocean view. There is a very wide range in housing – Ormond Beach offers properties from $50,000 to $5 million. You can live close to the beach or near one of the city parks. The area also maintains a reasonably low tax rate compared to other parts of the state. Ormond Beach also has a number of beautiful golf course communities that provide first-class amenities to their residents. The city is near two major interstate highways that provide convenient, easy access to other parts of the state, as well as the international airports in Daytona Beach, Orlando and Jacksonville and two nearby port facilities. There are literally dozens of well-qualified, helpful real estate agencies in Ormond Beach who can help with your search – whether it’s for a retirement home, summer home or permanent relocation.



 
 
 

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