Brevard County, Florida offers home buyers lots of choice when it comes to water front living.
All along Highway A1A there are many choices ranging from condos to some single family homes. Along the Banana River and Indian River Lagoon there are water front homes and canals that lead to these major local bodies of water.
And then there are some large natural lakes in the area that offer tremendous water frontage. And then there are the man made reclamation ponds that are considered water front.
I have even seen some large drainage ditches referred to as "water front" although they just lead to the storm water system.
So, when you are ready to find a home in Brevard County, Florida, narrow your definition if "water front" is a consideration.
Is it a ditch, canal or pond? Is it beach front or river front? Is it really waterfront?
Remember in real estate it is location... and the type of water frontage will be a major impact on price!