Pensacola, Florida is a sunny and historic city, central to the Pensacola Market Area. It is rich in diversity, in terms of the people who live there as well as in the things you can do here for a living or recreation. Many people move to major cities in the area, like Pensacola, Perdido Key, Gulf Breeze, Navarre and Bellview for this great mix of culture, mild seaside climate and good quality of life that they offer.
Pensacolais the county seat of Escambia County. The region has been home to the Muskogean Indian people and claims the distinction of having been the first settlement in America. Since then, there have been other foreign influences from the Spanish, French and British rulers of the area. Today, in the Pencacola Market Area, you'll find some of the world's finest red snapper, white beaches (along the Gulf Islands National Seashore) and a strong naval history. The National Aviation Museum and the Pensacola Naval Air Station are some of the places you can learn more about the Cradle of Naval Aviation.
Moving to the Pencacola Market Area will put you within easy reach of the excellent schools and colleges of Escambia County, including the Pensacola State College and the University of West Florida. Meanwhile, downtown areas are full of options for entertainment, shopping, dining, recreation and culture.
For outdoor recreation beyond beaches, there is fishing and boating, inland canoing in the Blackwater River, sunken ships, historic pirate hideouts and reefs to explore. There are fine hiking trails in the Bayou Marcus Wetlands, around Coldwater Creek and the Tarkiln Bayou Preserve.
If you are looking for a luxury home for sale in Pensacola, NewHomeSource property listings may have something suitable for you. There are as many as 43 homes listed currently that you could move into immediately. Six reputed builders like Henry Company Homes and WCI Communities have on offer everything from a $148,000 3-bedroom home to $200,000 4-bedroom homes.