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Merritt Island, Florida Real Estate

From humble first homes to exclusive waterfront mansions along the scenic Tropical Trail, Merritt Island offers a wide selection of homes on the market, depending on your budget and family needs. Canal homes can be found, offering access to the Banana River. Single-family homes range from $100,000 to $1 million for exclusive properties. With a range of gated communities, custom courtyard homes, water views, waterfront access and plenty of land lots, Merritt Island can offer a booming real estate market to relocating families and singles. Town homes and condominiums start from $100,000, ranging to $400,000 for new developments and water views. The land property ranges from $125,000 for high and dry land to $500,000 for waterfront access, expansive acreage and/or water views.
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Merritt Island Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Florida

Just 45 minutes from major Orlando attractions, Merritt Island sits in the Melbourne metro area on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. Nearly 40,000 residents enjoy local parks and recreation areas, including Kiwanis's Island, and many boat launch locations. Much of the real estate found in Merritt Island includes waterfront properties in addition to traditional single-family residences and condominiums. Residents can take the family to the Astronaut Memorial Planetarium and Observatory in nearby Cocoa, the Brevard Museum of Art and Science in Melbourne, or to the Brevard Zoo featuring over 400 animals. Local entertainment and restaurants provide for every taste, while convenient shopping is found nearby that includes the outdoor Grove Street Shopping District, the Merritt Square Mall, and numerous major retail chain stores. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and NASA/John F. Kennedy Space Center are located on the northern part of Merritt Island. A residential hub for workers, islanders and commuters alike, there are centralized light commercial and industrial areas. Intersected by the Indian River Lagoon, the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Sykes Creek, Newfound Harbor and Banana River Lagoon, residents enjoy the many waterfront properties throughout the island. The island?s Wildlife Refuge and a narrow barrier island are located to the north, presenting a buffer area for the space shuttle launching site. As a wildlife magnet, migratory birds, alligators, manatees, sea turtles and ospreys populate the untouched land. With an abundance of culture, attractions and points of interest in nearby cities, golfing and island living, Merritt Island offers a natural animal sanctuary and a hub of space technology, steps from the conveniences of the city.

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