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Grayton Beach

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South of Scenic 30A, SR 283 becomes Defuniak Street and leads smack-dab into one of Walton County Florida’s most beloved, historically rich and otherwise iconic communities. Virtually swaddled by the protected lands of the Grayton dunes, Grayton Beach State Park, Point Washington State Forest, Western Lake, and the Gulf of Mexico— it is no wonder that legendary Grayton Beach Florida has been held in such supremely high regard by it’s residents and visitors for generations. 

While bold to say that Grayton Beach has it ALL, it’s literally the easiest way to say it. One might call Grayton Beach the saltwater fishing capitol of Walton County. Another might refer to it as THE destination to most readily and thoroughly experience the robust and eclectic coastal culture of South Walton through live entertainment, dining, shopping, and local artistry. Some would say that Grayton is the perfect destination for taking the kids, friends, jeeps or a good book to the beach. And here is the thing about this premium coastal destination, they’d all be spot-on accurate in their assessments. 

Of all the titles, claims and monikers one might bestow upon Grayton Beach there is one fact that rises into complete agreement for any who have experienced it. That is when the Gulf of Mexico is mirror calm… and Western Lake is flowing to the shore line… and the sun is high and shining, or setting, or rising for that matter… without a doubt there is no place in the known world you’d rather be. If you know, you know. 

This is the magic of Grayton Beach Florida. If you have an interest in South Walton County real estate we strongly encourage you to take a look down Defuniak Street before you make any decisions. If you are interested in learning more, visit our website

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Stacey Petrucci

Representing local and soon to be local homeowners, Stacey is committed to listening to her client’s needs and utilizing her keen negotiating skills to ensure a successful transaction. She understands the numerous intangible benefits of living in the area, with its enviable weather, diverse ecosystems, coastal dune lakes, and amazing beaches. Stacey is well connected and active in the community. When not working real estate, she enjoys time with her family and pets.

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